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).
Interior architect logo
Offices visual identity
Poster design for a world music party in a Brussels nightclub.
Retail Park Amiens
Visual identity creation
Visual identity of an ecological family objects.
Club Lettreurs Workshop
Sign painter workshop with Club Lettreurs.
Alice au pays de Noël
Invitation & signage creation for a private party in Brussels.
Ecole de Recherche Graphique Open Doors 2015 / Signage.
Premium ski resort services
Modular letterpress creation for a Tipozero workshop.
The museum seen through its visual identity.
Les Echos du Logement
Photos published in an town planning monthly magazine.
35 [ ] 39 Rue des Champs Elysées, 1050 Ixelles.
Logotype creation for a Parisian mixology enterprise.
Tribute to the city of thousand chimneys.
Urban infill project - Région Bruxelles-Capitale.
Photography report, le Pile district in Roubaix.
Logotype creation for a firm specialized in sound recording.
Superposition of the European shopping streets.
Graphism Month of Échirolles.
A playful & interactive sound object.
Watercolor painting series of my waste.
Oil painting on canvas.
Poster about Internet deviance.
Géricault Street collage in Rouen.
Posters proposal for EuroPunk exhibition in Charleroi.