Homer Mendoza YG9

  • Current Location: Montreal
  • Originally From: Philippines
  • Studio: Monarque

Homer Mendoza received his B.A. degree in Graphic Design at (UQAM) Université du Québec à Montréal in 2011. He began his career in 2004 as a designer at Standard Life. His work culminated in 2006, when he spearheaded a team to rebrand the company's international identity, alongside Uffindell West Agency in the UK. He has since worked as an art director at Paprika, a teacher at Dawson College and then returning to Standard Life a Senior Team Leader in Digital Communications. Homer currently is part of the creative force behind Monarque based in Montreal. He is a recipient of more than 30 national and international awards in design and his creations have been showcased in publications such as Infopresse, Étapes, Coupe, Graphex, Asia Pacific Design and Magic Branding by Designer Books.

Portfolio Imagery:

  • Project 1 of 5

    Sylvie Cloutier

    Sylvie “Conceptrice Rédactrice” Cloutier is a Montreal-based freelance writer. To highlight her creative services on her stationery, the first and last letters of her family name with the “C” standing for Conceptrice and “R” for Rédactrice. (Conceptrice-rédactrice is French for copywriter). The fill-in-the-blanks hangman-style headline is an invitation for the recipient to complete the name “Cloutier.”


    Agency: Paprika Photo: Louis Gagnon

  • Project 2 of 5

    Pâté chinois

    Installations designed for My and Thien, owners of Montreal's furniture store Domison. The event was entitled "Pâté chinois" or shepherd's pie and the display consisted of a giant corn, potato and meatballs made from pieces of cardboard connected by screws.


    Agency: Paprika Photos: Louis Gagnon

  • Project 3 of 5

    Natures et autres anomalies

    Poster designed for Commissaires’ exhibition "Nature and other anomalies", a high-end furniture and rare objects gallery in Montreal, Canada.


    Agency: Paprika Photo: Louis Gagnon

  • Project 4 of 5


    Brand identity for restaurant bar Camp.


    Agency: Paprika Photos: Louis Gagnon

  • Project 5 of 5

    Pit-Stop Café

    Pit-Stop café is a simple transportation system for four coffees and anything that goes with it. It is conceived with post-consumer recycled board and out of one single sheet of paper.


    Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) Professor: Sylvain Allard

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