Marilyn by Clyda
Marilyn by Clyda is a French wrist–watch brand. We were commisioned to create an advertising campaing for the summer collection. The primary target for this watch are teenagers and so we decided to go with fresh spontaneous look, bright colors and a slogan “Live with passion”. For this advertising we collaborated with a spanish painter Yago Hortal.
Chocolate gift packaging for a company that rethinks workplaces worldwide. The client very strongly believes that by making well designed collaborative offices, work could become fun and your colleag
New Year 2013 card for AOS Studley Switzerland — a company that rethinks workplaces worldwide. Rainbow foil stamping was chosen on one side for it's New Year feel and also for the multiplicity of colo
Website for a 40 weeks 40 tapes challenge for an electro pop band based in Paris. In 2014 The Tape took on a challenge of composing, recording and producing a song every single week for 40 weeks in a
Ekster is a modern geometric sans serif typeface. The family includes a staggering number of weights – nine in total, ranging from Hairline through Black. Each weight has both roman and italic styles.
Concept and animation for the New Year greeting card of Be One Too a coaching company based in Paris. The client is a big fan of a famous French cartoon Shadoks. This was an amazing starting point to
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
Troy is a pair of related sans and serif titling fonts. Each version is available in a single weight. The fonts’ lowercase letters all take the form of small capitals. Particularly the serif font – si
AOS Studley rethinks workplaces around the world. They believe that a well thought and well designed workplace can boost creativity and productivity. The brief was simple: we need a new year card.
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.