Vigg (Vincent Gagnon) is a self-taught artist born in Ottawa in 1972. He grew up around the world in France, Morocco, Ivory Coast, Haiti and Switzerland. Back home in 1992, he studied political science, literature and anthropology. In 1998 he discovered illustration. His award-wining work is published in major papers such as the Washington Post and the New York Times. Vigg is interested in translating complex and invisible concepts into understandable images. Since 2011 he has also the written around twenty children's books. In 2020 his autobiographical Ma maison-tête (published by Éditions Fonfon) is a resounding success, bringing the reader into the thoughts of a young boy with attention deficit disorder. More recently, he has developed a practice in wood sculpture, to explore the third dimension of his graphic universe. He lives and works in the village of Saint-Denis-sur-Richelieu.