May 17, 2015 For all the Game of Thrones addicts out there, Antoine Corbineau’s limited edition map can be purchased online at Sergeant Paper or in their store at 38 rue Quincampoix 75004 Paris. 70×50 cm art prints.
August 8, 2014 New work from Antoine Corbineau – a road trip map around Tasmania for Rocks Magazine and four illustrations for Le Monde weekend magazine, Paris.
September 13, 2013 The Illustration Room loves to support illustration in magazines and we LOVE all the fabulously creative and cleverly designed independant magazines popping up all over the world who are using lots of illustration in the art direction of their pages. This new magazine Dodo commissioned Antoine Corbineau for the cover of their second issue, called Issue 1. The first issue was ‘zero’ and you can read that online on thier website. The brief was to present a piece of art that is featured within the magazine, an art installation based on chain reactions.
Dodo Magazine describes itself as the adventure, science and fantasy magazine you have been waiting for. This magazine is for anyone that has ever wanted a treehouse. Dodo is a time machine, a theme park, a trip to the moon, a horror story, a prehistoric site, an unsolved mystery, even a Zeppelin voyage. It’s a magazine that will make you feel as if you were reading it under your sheets with a flashlight. With every passing page, you’ll leave behind everything around you as you enter your own world, a place where nothing bad can happen, where everything has yet to be discovered; a place where you had already been before but had forgotten.
Who wouldn’t want to go there?
We will feature some more new zines in the coming weeks on our blog.
March 14, 2013 Antoine Corbineau illustrated a set of three biking maps for Scoot Magazine. His quirky style brings to life the winding path along beaches, parks cafes on Australia’s Gold Coast from Broadbeach to Burleigh. Also the route to successfully navigating millions of people in Tokyo for a street-food tour and a map of Quindao in China stopping off at cathedrals, a brewery and the Grand Theatre.