CHRISTMAS CARD FOR LE BRISTOL
Christmas card for Le Bristol, the parisian palace. An hommage to the painted menu and ephemera of Versailles. The card takes the shape of shadow box, creating a theater like setting for the facade of the Hotel where Paris is the stage.
The card is filled of references to Le Bristol from Fa-raon playing ontop of paulownia leaves to cornucopias and unicorns hidden in the cards.
Art Direction & Illustration- Client : Le Bristol Paris - Printed at 4000ex
LA JONCHERE : DESIGNING A COAT OF ARMS A FRENCH VILLAGE
It’s not often you get asked to design a coat of arms. Even less often when it’s your family village. La Jonchère is a small village nested in Limousin. The design process digs deep into the long History of the place : from the celtic Lemovices tribe, the medieval town and fortifications of the Bishop of Limoges that were detroyed by the Black prince, to the Arboterum, one of the major acclimatization garden in France.
The coat of arms is an ode the early time of Heraldry with a cut from clothe pattern, that can be easily reproduced and applied throughout the village.
Visual Identity & Research project - La Jonchère - France
EMBLEMS OF RWANDA : CREATING A VISUAL STORYTELLING FOR A NATION
Emblems of Rwanda is an ongoing research project. For the past 6 years the project collectfrom Rwanda’s History. From the tales of Mashira to the former sacred trees, each emblem is a trip into the stories and tales of Rwanda.
By creating an etho-geo-graphic language, the emblems update the link between the country, the toponymy and the oral tradutions. It create a visual relationship between a place and the stories. Like hieroglyphs of the 21st century, the emblems combined traditional patterns and new pictograms in order to start a new viusal storytelling for the country.
So far more than 200 emblems have been designed.
Art Direction & Illustration- Research Project