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Booklet/flyer for cultural season 2015-16 in Autun, Burgundy-France

Booklet and digital version.
594 x 210 cm.
Offset printing
Imprimerie Fuchey.



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Super Chair.
Revival of the original Super Chair designed by Ken Isaacs in 1974
Reading space for the reissue of "How to build your own living stuctures"

L x l x h: 70 x 70 x 120 cm.



[8.]
Panini is a calligraphic typeface designed with
Xavier Laverhne.

Specimen/poster display with two baloon of helium.



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On Internet, many homonyms causes funny or nightmarish situations; there are are seeking strong online reputation and are called "Google Twins".
The GTK (Google Twins Kingdom) is a virtual micronation, a space of exchange that allows them to come and discuss of this problem.
Visual identity, flags and website of this Google Twins Kingdom.



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Visual for « Les Mardis de Lure », a conference cycle organised by Les Rencontres de Lure in La Générale, Paris.
With Claire Peressotti



[5.]
Mike tv is a stretched title typeface designed with Claire Peressotti.
Typeface published in Après/Avant #3, a zine about type design and edited by Les Renontres de Lure.
Graphic design: Grand Ensemble.

Font in use
by David Blanc for "Exposition P2" in Paris Malaquais.





[4.]
Parlante is a journal gathering texts written by Station d'Art Poétique of ENSBA Lyon and designed by graphic design class. This hybrid and collective project is coordinated by Patrick Beurard-Valdoye, Jérome Mauche and Alex Balgiu.
Soon available !

Contribution: 1 Poster
Text: "La Punaise et la Guêpe; l'une je l'écrase" by Thomas Malenfant.
45 x 70 cm

website



[3.]
Florence is an editorial project based on the discovery of a postcard written by Florence, a young french teacher traveling in Florence (Italy) in 1972. The relation between texts and image tells a narrative fiction, as a travel guide, a loitering through an open air museum in the city of Florence in which the main character is victim of Stendhal's syndrom.

117 x 185 mm
laser printing
Munken print cream
2016




[2.]
In tribute to F. Picabia's Mécanomorphes. Type specimen of Pygmalion (a slab serif typeface designed by Claire Peressotti with prototypo.io).

297 x 187 mm
Risography
Olin natural 140g.
2016




[1.]
Alicanthe is a typeface generated thanks to Prototypo.io. then designed in a font editor. Type Specimen posters made with Claire Peressotti.

700 x 250 mm
Silkprinting
Olin natural 140g.
2016




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Morris and his wife moved into Red House in 1860 and spent the next two years furnishing and decorating the interior. Morris did much of the work himself, with help from his artist friends. Prompted by the success of their efforts, they decided to start their own company. In April 1861 Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co. was established at 8 Red Lion Square in London. It produced a range of original domestic furnishings including embroidery, tableware and furniture, stained glass and tiles. Wallpapers were soon added to the list because Morris was unable to find any he liked well enough to use in his own home. Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co. profoundly influenced the decoration of churches and houses into the early 20th century. He was also a major contributor to reviving traditional textile arts and methods of production, and one of the founders of the SPAB, now a statutory element in the preservation of historic buildings in the UK. Morris wrote and published poetry, fiction, and translations of ancient and medieval texts throughout his life. His best-known works include The Defence of Guenevere and Other Poems (1858), The Earthly Paradise (1868–1870), A Dream of John Ball (1888) and the utopian News from Nowhere (1890). He was an important figure in the emergence of socialism in Britain, founding the Socialist League in 1884, but breaking with that organization over goals and methods by the end of the decade. He devoted much of the rest of his life to the Kelmscott Press, which he founded in 1891. The 1896 Kelmscott edition of the Works of Geoffrey Chaucer is considered a masterpiece of book design.

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WILLY WONKA ORDERS HIM TO BE STRETCHED TO HIS NORMAL SIZE IN THE GUM STRETCHING MACHINE

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