Mix session poster
A poster and band photo for an electro—pop band based in Paris. As a concept for the poster I took the lead track from the EP and turned it’s original Mix Session into graphics. The poster became a visual representation of the song giving an insight into the secrets behind the recording and the fact there are a lot of real instruments in the mix. The same concept was applied for the photo shoot where we decided to show every instrument that the band is using for their live shows and dispel the myth that it’s a computer playing the music.
TapeMag is an independent poster/publication about electronic music and the culture of the 80ies. The idea belongs to thetape a french electro-pop band based in Paris.
For my personal business cards I decided to print 2 versions — black and white to give people the opportunity to choose whichever they like better. Sometimes they ask me if they can take both... Why n
Logotype (custom crafted lettering) and visual identity for a new Parisian luxury tango shoe maker. Logotype is drawn in 2 optical sizes for regular use and for small sizes, where the contrast is
Graphic design for the fitness center was part of the larger interior graphics project for a 5000 sq m Alcon office a company based in Freiburg, Switzerland. Alcon is helping people see the world bett
Kraft foods has recently bought LU, the leader of sweets and biscuits industry in France. Kraft Foods creates delicious experiences and makes us discover new sensations, that bring pleasure in our eve
Icon-set and posters (templates) for the new activity-based workplace of International Olympic Committee. Icons are used in a presentation in small sizes and will later be used for the actual workplac
40 Weeks 40 Tapes is a project by the french electro band The Tape. The musicians composed produced and recorded one song every week for 40 weeks. Here are a few of the covers I designed for this proj
This is a preview of Belka Type Family. The work is still in progress... Belka is an elegant type family designed for editorial use. Based on the classic 18th century Caslon proportions, it is a
As a part of the general rebranding I designed for AOS Studley I created those bookmarks to hand out at a conference instead of business cards.