Les Inrocks Festival 2016

To define the art direction of this new edition of Les Inrockuptibles festival, we focused on pure shapes as symbols of a musical & rhythmical representation. All the art direction is thought as animations, where the color range change between supports and subjects, and allow a huge variety of transitions and dynamism.

Instagram Loops

In the early 2016, we were kind of bored of working, and felt a limit in motion design because of a lack of character design. We decided to have fun and post a small motion everyday on Instagram. To see. And we discover that's a loooot of fun.

Mairie de Paris: Que faire à Paris?

For the launch of their new website Que Faire à Paris (What to do in Paris), the Paris cityhall asked for 12 illustrations representing the most common themes of their articles: Agenda, Chilling, Sports, Cheap, Work... Using a strict color range, illustratings deploys as motions on bus stops and big posters on Paris's streets.

Accor Hotels – Planet 21

During the COP21, Accor Hotels Group made a huge move to a global responsible world. They made 21 commitments in favour of sustainable development. Health, nature, carbon, innovation, local development, employment and dialogue: 21 commitments for the well-being of our world.

118 712 – Introducing the sunday night movie

118712 is a "telephonic google". You ask, they say. Before the sunday night movie on TF1, the biggest french TV channel, they diffuse these small "spots" to promote their service. They wanted a colorful and impactant visual to make it visible.

Part Company: make the parrot sing, baby!

GUM (Green United Music) wanted at first a lyrics video. But instead, I tried to animate a singing parrot and... well that worked! Don't look at it as a music video, more as an animated++ cover :) Idiot and fun, that's what we love!

Ouidah: Introducing the museum

A contemporary museum was about to open in Benin, in Africa. They wanted to create a video illustrated the biiiggest existing museums in order to compare them to an even better one in Benin. Ironically. That's what the voiceover is saying. "In Benin, seriously? Is this a mistake?" is saying Edouard Bear, a french amazing humorist.