FrameBox’s original calendar to help raising fund to help fight the breast cancer.

The first edition of the fantastic calendar Angels. A realization that comes to help in the fight of breast cancer. This project led and carried out by Tobie Side in partnership with photographer David Couillard, is a work unique in it’s style. Its contents presented computer generated images on photographs of models which all has been illustrated for their beauty. The image of these guardian angels personified by the models is inspired by these women who are fighting in their own way to each day this terrible scourge.

Anges MMXXIII FrameBox - David Couillard © All Rights Reserved


Concept and Direction : Tobie Côté
Photography : David Couillard
Photography Assistant : Brigitte Fabi
Coordination Assistant : Audrey Poirier

Models : (By order of appearance) Jessica Langevin (cover), Marie-Anne Parr, Karolyne Brassard, Vicky Tremblay, Audrey Boulay, Stefany Mc Lellan  Simard, Christyna Boudreault, Judith Chrétien, Tania Levasseur, Sandy Leblanc, Vickie Boudreau, Laurie Doucet, Mylene Lapointe.

Hair : Andrew Gilbert, Sana Ghazal
Make Up : Sana Ghazal, Karolyne Brassard

Retouching and CG: Tobie Côté
3D Modeling: Laurent Fortin
CG Assistant : Pierre Dufour, Benoit Ladouceur


Gallery quality print on thick 45cm / 32cm metal plate. Each Displate print verified by the Production Master. Signature, unique series number and hologram added to the back of each plate for added authenticity & collectors value. Magnetic mounting system included.

Anges MMXXIII Behind The Scene

Here in this section we cover different aspect of the making of the Calendar Anges MMXXIII. We show from costume design to final composition.

About Anges

This project was entirely done by FrameBox in collaboration with the photographer David Couillard. This special calendar used same VFX technics as film production by compositing CG elements with real photography. FrameBox wanted to create this fantasy calendar to help raising money to fight breast cancer.

Concept and Direction: Tobie Cote,


Studio Shooting 

Design Concepts

The Images above are showing the concept idea of the costume before we can add it in CG element with a 3D software like softimage in the final comp.

Click on the image to see before and after.

Click on the image to see before and after