Jos Montferrand


Jos Montferrand, whose real name is Joseph Favre (October 25, 1802 to 4 octobre 1864), is a strong man who lived in the nineteenth century Quebec. At that time, the British, who were the new masters of the country, constantly provoked the French Canadians and multiple fights resulted. Jos Montferrand, a giant, acquired its reputation Vindicator with its address and its muscles, but also because he could not stand that an Englishman despise or insulted one of their own. As a tribute to this Teptévy famous character created this packaging-hanger for the typical Canadian shirt in my packaging class. The packaging is made ​​of a single piece of cardboard and allows a second use. (by Google Translate) via