Denis Dulude is a Canadian type, graphic and motion graphic designer based in Montréal, Canada. After a 15 year-career as a ballet dancer, he graduated from his self-taught classes in 1993. To avoid job rejections, he founded his own graphic design studio, K.O. création and the first digital type library in Quebec, 2Rebels. Dulude is quickly known for his unconventional graphic style, his work has been seen in several design books and magazines. 2003 is the year Dulude decided to go solo, his way to continue exploring the different facet of creation. In 2010, his one minute film, winner of a Type Directors Club award in New York, is chosen to be presented at Independant Exposure in Houston. In 2010, he work on his first exhibition of his silkscreen works, a medium that fascinates him and that he has been practicing since 2005. As an artist, Dulude is represented in Montreal by Espace40 Gallery and by St-Laurent+Hill in Ottawa. Just to fill his schedule a bit more, Dulude has been also teaching typography at Université du Québec à Montréal; and continue to explore the various sides of the graphic and visual creations.