Creation of the logotype and business card for a Belgian interior architect based in Liège.
Artistic direction and creation of the new visual identity of the SCC offices located in the business center La Boursidière in Paris. Shopping Center Company is one of the international leaders in commercial real estate. Work in collaboration with Brainjuice Studio based in Brussels.
Photo © Maxime Taillez
Poster & web banner creation for a world music party in a Brussels nightclub.
Visual identity & signage creation for the retail park ‘Shopping Promenade’ in Amiens (FR).
Work in collaboration with Brainjuice Studio based in Brussels.
Ecco Freddo is a family of modular items, which encourage us to consider our conservation and consumption habits in relation to day-to-day foods. This series of items includes an enclosed container of the « chilled dessert » type for leaf vegetables, another with sand to conserve root vegetables and a humidified fruit cutter. Their double walls and the fact that each item is watered every day provides improved conservation for fruit and vegetables.
Additionally, the modules can be adapted to a conventional kitchen and enable the consumer to adopt an environmentally friendly attitude with the goal of using the refrigerator less frequently. Each of these modules operates independently of the others and requires no energy. These three containers may also be used as aids in awareness-building workshops working with children and adults, when discussing issues related to the storage and cooking of foods. Project in collaboration with Anna Cellemare, Maria Guetti & Hadrien Cathelineau (Food design), Joé Weissen & Hugo Fabri (Graphic Design) and Pierre-Emmanuel Vandeputte (Object design) during a residency at MAD Brussels.
Sign painters workshop with Kevin Cocquio from Club Lettreurs. At the end of the workshop, I gathered a selection of my best typographic plates as an edition offering a cropping boards and word tests.
Invitation and signage creation for a private party in Brussels on the theme of Alice in Christmasland.
Selected for the art direction of the open doors signage at ERG, Brussels. Realization and installation of Gothikerg typography. This book regroups the whole process of the collaboration between several students in order to create the 2015 signage for the opening days of the Erg Brussels art school. The result was Gothikerg, a font inspired by old themed gothic fonts which was created only by the use of duct tape. The book is a documentary from the the first e-mails in the beginning to the actual event at the end. Collaboration with Maureen Michel, Clément Catherine & Joé Weissen, students at ERG.
&joy is a premium app that allows people to access ski lifts easily & faster than the regular way, in the Serre-Chevalier ski resort. In charge for the visual identity (logotype, pattern, user manual, flyer, newsletter, signage, ski terminal). Work in collaboration with Brainjuice Studio.
Amalgame is not a font but a set of modular elements, chosen from what students at ERG in Brussels made in the typography class of Ludi Loiseau and Marie-Christophe Lambert. The shapes were laser cut and mounted on type height. During the Tipozero workshop, students composed and printed 2 colour posters in small groups. This wood case alphabet was created in collaboration with Gaël Van Assche & Joé Weissen.
Creation of the logotype and the business cards for Les Apothicaires, a Parisian mixology enterprise.
This book pays tribute to the textile industrial past of Roubaix city in France. These well known patterns are used and diverted into textile lettering and images. The visual patterns are made from old pictures of this industrial era in Roubaix to create a strong identity.
Brussels’s urban space has been in constant change ever since the 1960’s. Vacants lots or « missing teeth » as they are called in french, are the perfect portrait of this continuous transition. Frail as they are, they let us catch a glimpse into past, traces through their concrete skeletons and unpredictable compositions that show us different ages. Infill’s photographies project in collaboration with Jeremy Bobel (Édith).
Pile centers around an area of the city Roubaix in France. This district is very poor and abandonned, but you can see signs of progress and change. The change and action of the citizens inspired us to this book, which shows how you can still find happiness and beauty. Some of the locked up houses are bought by the government; housing is absolutely needed and those are still in good shape. They are meant to by torn down as soon as the whole block is bought up, and rebuild into social housing. The quotes are from conversations we had with the citizens, and they show how deeply they are connected to their neighbourhood. They also show their criticism towards the politicians responisble for it. Work in collaboration with Sara Mossong.
Logotype and visit cards creation for Otuscops firm specialized in nomadic sound recording. Business cards are printed in two different ways: one was realized with a printing press Heidelberg to apply the embossing on typefaces ; and the other one was printed in off-set impression. This work was developed during an internship at Click Click Graphics (Brussels).
Poster creation for graphism month of Échirolles in 2012, focus on America latina, a new world.
Jean-Jacques is a playful and interactive object for the diffusion and the contemplation of sound paintings of Brussels and his residents. Jean-Jacques is an enigmatic objet which brings the sound on a pedestal. It is use to propagate the sounds recordings from the data base of the BNA-BBOT organization. (Association focuses, since 1999, on the memory of the city), it’s random principe converts it’s environmental space into a sound museum. Winner Competitive exam design object BNA/BBOT.
After spending an afternoon in the gigantic and smooth ambiance of the Cinquantenaire museum of Brussels, i thought it would be interesting to wonder around and observe the typical demeanor of the tourists. I then decided to lead few interviews amongst the museum staff (guards, librarian, maids…) and also two museum curators : Sergio Purini (Pre-colombian America) and Mieke Vandeperre (Islamic art).
The concept of this tlittle pole was simple, only one unique was question asked :
« Usually, where do the tourists take the most pictures in the museum ? »
Following our exchanges, it was obvious to see what were the most frequented zone of the space.
Mixing the results with my own vision, i i was able to interpret, imagine and realize 12 photography in which I impersonate the typical tourist.
Urban collages made on my old art school walls, the ESADHaR. The three artists that inspired me at time are Oxmo Pucciono, Jack Nicholson & Takeshi Kitatno. This art work was published in the photography book Rouen Mutation Panoramique by Hervé Sentucq & Fabrice Bonnet, a tribute book to my city. (photo credit book © Hervé Sentucq)