For Das Büro des Präsidenten. Creation of a visual signature for a independent porcelain designer.

In order to serve Susanna Setälä’s very personal approach to porcelain design and unique works, we needed to let her have control over her identity while giving it a defined atmosphere. We decided to compose a panel of stamps to get along with a strong typeface. The combination fulfiled nicely the need of a handcrafted and artistic sensation as well as a clear branding necessity. It also allow the artist to seize her identity.

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With Laura Knoops.
Creation of the logo and visual identity of the newly-opened café situated in the Aufbau Haus.

Recently built in Berlin, the Aufbau Haus combines cultural and creative industries, schools and shops in the form of a factory building. Located in the heart of the building, the café has a privileged position to take part to its vibrant and creative life.

In order to present the café as a dynamic partner on a daily basis, we developed an identity defined by a singular and sharp typeface as well as a set of playful stickers and icons. The lists and repetitions give the identity its rhythm and a flexibility that allows customers to understand and enjoy the space.
Stop by, drink, work, eat, meet, take a break…

Creation of the identity of the solo musical project Non-Functional Harmony, as well as the design of its first Double-A-Side, “A.Mobilise – B.Heads, Hearts, Voices, Fists”.

Non-Functional Harmony defines itself as a techno & electronic soundscapes producer, with a particular love for noises and asperities. It was soon decided to let this love inspire the design. Based on the Bluu Next typeface, created by the Velvetyne Foundry, I developed a font full of glitches. Central element of the identity, the typeface has a strong design, but gives enough space for future releases to develop their own atmosphere.

The first Double-A-Side’s Design alludes to sound-waves as echoes from a protest.

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Development of visuals for scarves. Printed on polyester in a very limited quantity.

Spontaneous collection of scarves intended to be a first trial before the development of a series. Experimentation with formats and unpredictable pleats, while having the challenge of printing on textile in mind.

Films and scans of various light elements became the starting point of an exploration of digital material. Working on the outcome by adding textures, depth or stretching the pixels allowed me to interact with the material and shape the visuals.

Creation and development of a visual universe for film screenings events.

The Ciné Club Nacht are night screenings taking place at home. Every projection brings together a few friends and all kinds of movies, from must-sees to the strangest suggestions of one member.

The posters relate to the tools used in the events themselves. While the visuals refer to the slight and perpetual motion of home-made fabric screens, the typography is an allusion to light projection, unfolding its full potential when lights are off.

With Laura Knoops.
Proposal for a pitch for the conceptualization & design of the new platform reuniting the art schools in the French region Hauts-de-France.

The platform should help promote the variety and qualities of the arts curriculums proposed by the different schools. Therefore, the web-design starts with a clear approach focusing on the disciplines, but then allows the content to expand and unfold the details. On a design perspective, the playing with different typefaces allows a strong visual connection, while giving a singular look to each school — between unity and diversity.

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Elaboration of the new year wishes under the motto “Good mood 2016”.

After the year 2015 we decided to work on a way to bring people closer and to stimulate a nice and positive attitude towards one another. As a studio sending wishes to clients and partners, we focused on work relations and offered an opportunity to spread good mood in the daily office life. We created not only a new year’s card, but also pre-printed post-its that need to be used in order to reveal the printed card. The post-it quotes were clearly intended to be used in the office and shared as positive thoughts. They encourage to reckon the good work of a colleague, share a lunch with another, to send one home after a productive day — to recognize people’s actions and value them.

Various series of continuous experimentations on digital matter often based on analog drawings.

A first attempt to work on a cosmos representation, through the layers of a repeatedly printed image, produced black and white textures and revealed almost palpable wonders. Although the outcome lacks the depth of space, it reveals a poetic atmosphere through their elusive and undefined nature.

With José Béreaud, Laura Knoops, Alice Lobel, Nicolas Polli.
Co-creation of a graphic designers club, whose aim was to visually react to soccer matches during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Each member was invited to develop a potential logo and to spon­taneously react to any of the matches. Thought as a light way to produce frequently and freely, it led to an exercise that allowed us to try and discover new graphic languages.

1. France/Switzerland – 20.06 | 5-2
2. Brazil/Chile – 28.06 | 1(3)-1(2)
3. Ghana/Germany – 21.06 | 2-2
4. Japan/Colombia – 24.06 | 1-4

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With Jemina Bickel for Panatom.
Postcards set realized for the opening of the new permanent exhibition of the Kleist Museum Frankfurt Oder. All illustrations are taken from the „Kosmologische Unterhaltungen für junge Freunde der Naturkenntniß“, written by Wünsch in 1794.

Design and code development for the personal website of a painting student at the Universität der Kunst Berlin.

Martina Brodolini needed a clear and reserved virtual repertory of her painting and art works. The design is based around big, almost full-screen images, which force the viewer to explore the works differently by diving into them. The possibility to publish series and smaller pictures also allows to have an overview through a more classical visual presentation.

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Various series of continuous experimentations on digital matter often based on analog drawings.

Exploration of materials by diving into them and analyzing them deeper. Examination of the reactions to stretching, blurring, destruction and recomposition.

Various series of continuous experimentations on digital matter based on analog drawings.

I decided to pursue an exploration of analog colors and materials by diving into them and analyzing them deeper. On that purpose, I scanned the elements and examined them with a digital perspective. Stretching the pixels and colors and using disruptive actions led to expressive textures, almost reflections of mood and thoughts.

Presentation kit for a Korean-French translator, event manager and more.

Mélissa David can not be defined by a single work title. Curious, open-minded and often collaborating with people she has met, she needed a business card that would not restrain her to one aspect of her life.

Analyzing of the variety of her present and future tasks led me to imagine an evolutive symbol representing her flexibility. The symbol can be put on any visual, texture or paper, following her in her life journey.

Elaboration of a polyvalent and challenging editorial object.

As part of my Master’s thesis, I explored madness as a way to suggest alternatives & new perspectives by the use of little slides and gaps. The intention was to wake up the readers and disrupt their expectations.

Stories are usually interpreted visually, but one can question the legitimacy of these representations. Indeed images reveal what the text wants to keep quiet. This tension between said and what remains interpreted led me to imagine a way of inserting images in a book while keeping them outside at the same time.

Attempt to slide factual images, such as photography, into expressive and enigmatic images, in order to foster imagination.

As part of my Master’s thesis, I explored madness as a way to suggest alternatives & new perspectives by the use of little slides and gaps. The intention was to wake up the viewers and disrupt their expectations.

Attempt to switch the our viewpoint from factual to interpretation. The very personal and singular memories of one family on static paper appear distant for an external viewer, but becomes, through manipulation and mistreatment, a shared reminiscence. These ghost images turn into evocations that everybody can interpret, relating to strangers’ stories or echoing their own memories.