Philippe Lamarre is a graphic designer, publisher and producer. He has made his mark through his off-the-wall vision of Montréal, innovative spirit and creativity. In 2000, he co-founded the graphic design studio Toxa, which in 2003 launched Urbania, a magazine whose quarterly themed issues are acclaimed for their daring tone and design. In 2007, Mr. Lamarre created and produced Montréal en 12 lieux, followed by Québec en 12 lieux—two documentary series aired on TV5 exploring 12 different parts of the city and province. Toxa has grown into a multidisciplinary creative agency with some 20 employees and an everexpanding list of projects, including the Web platform for the 75th anniversary of Radio-Canada (launched in August 2011), the websites of Denis Gagnon and the Nouveau Théâtre Expérimental, and the Prix Grafika campaign.
Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)