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Graham Roumieu

Represented by Dutch Uncle

Graham Roumieu

BIOGRAPHY

Graham Roumieu is the creator of a series of illustrated faux autobiographies of Bigfoot and several other non-Bigfoot-related books.  He is also responsible for a large body of professional assignment work for clients such as The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Walt Disney Company, Esquire, Best Made Axe Company, The Guardian, FX Network/ Fox Entertainment Group, PepsiCo UK, Farrar Straus and Giroux, Penguin, Random House, Molson Coors Brewing, Business Week, and many others.

Graham served on the jury for Society of Illustrators 53, has instructed for the illustration program at the Ontario College of Art and Design, and sits on the Professional Advisory Committee for Sheridan College's illustration program.

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Graham Roumieu


Graham’s creations are smart, witty, immediate and versatile and the consistency is remarkable considering his rapid rate of production. So from boozy Santas to depressed fruit, Graham’s portfolio is a weird and wonderful world to get lost in.
— Rob Alderson, It's Nice That

Selected work 2017

Bloomberg Business Week • Supersonic Passengers

The Atlantic • Historical Fads

Cats of instagram

Apollo Magazine • Is the golden age of art schools over?

BUZZFEED

Bad DNA genetics test info

New York Times • Winter airfare reductions

Overcoming Challenges

Lack of personal space

Where do you get ideas from?

Personal work • Focus

graham roumeiu - rainbow

The Atlantic • Old words we need

Houseplants

Golden Handshake

Golf Skunk

Pizza Swan

Maple Syrup

Maple Syrup

The Village Voice • Motivational Squirrel

Space is boring

Sketchbook • Similar But Different

Prison Golf

Messenger

Globe & Mail • 2017 'The text neck'

Faber • Is this bottle corked? • Interior illustrations

What do pilots talk about on long flights?

The Atlantic • New words

Canadian Business • Cuckoo Bird - Timing tips

The poorly designed Pegasus


Graham Roumieu • Published BOOKS