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.
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.
During the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, the Brazilian Show Jumping Team was kind of crazy. For this occasion, their official french partner, Hermès, asked MNSTR agency to announce it in a colorful way.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
SFR wanted some motion videos to explain how technology & internet connexion (which they provide as -quite- leaders in France) are omnipresent in our daily life. Fun fact: Amusement (the agency) never paid us for that! Fun no?
Jon Jon asked us to design a video explaining how to open their home-delivery coconuts. By using simple colors and illustrated tools, the supposed complex operations become easy and accessible.