From Montreal illustrator Stephane Lauzon:
I want to submit to you my latest big project. I got the mandate to illustrate the entire exposition for a museum in a lighthouse. The lighthouse is Le phare de Pointe-des-Monts, in Baie-Trinité. Les productions Train d’enfer ask me to illustrate the life of people who lived there, on four different floors of the lighthouse.
Each illustration is printed on a canvas of approximately three by seven feet . And you can see through it to discover pictures and objects from the lighthouse’s past.
Built in 1830, he lighthouse is one of the oldest in North America and was home to eight keepers. Standing 30 meters tall, it has been converted into a museum with seven floors, each dealing with a separate theme.