It’s dark. Darkness makes you feel as if you were waiting for something. Black offers opportunities of strangeness. Everything is hidden and anything can happen. Suddenly, a bright, saturated color, as strong and dense as black, appears from the darkness and drips. It pours from an unexpected receptacle, it dazzles the composition and suddenly takes the main part. It’s captivating, seducing and confusing.These experiences of everyday objects are produced in tangible but enigmatic contexts, which amaze and suggest a narrative pattern. A piece of scenery, body, a suggested action, a light, may be suggestive of a world , and trace halos of potentialities around our subjects. If these images tell stories, we don’t name any of them. It’s about leading the eye in visually strong and surprising successive sequences.
Antinomia created by Céline Andreassen and Hélène Blanc.
Independent graphic designer was based on Paris, Sophie Menoux works in the field of the publishing, the layout, the visual identity, the typography, print or digital…
She develops constantly graphic and plastic experiments. Curious, dynamic and attentive to the world which surrounds me, she carries a particular importance for the exchanges and the discussions with her customers to end at best in a project thought in its entirety.
She adapts her creativity according to the request of the customer and tries to give one visual, graphic and singular answer with order and to her stakes.
Designer and illustrator , Tom Henni lives and works in Lyon, alone or in collaboration with designers , photographers, illustrators, webmasters , authors, publishers, booksellers, companies , institutions, associations , clients, friends, family . Bac Applied Arts ( Antibes ) BTS visual communication Martinère – Soils (Lyon) then ÉSAD Strasbourg , graphic communication and illustration.
Fascinated by the book , letter, text, comics , printing techniques, crafts, gesture, expression of culture , image, language, practice drawing as a muscle, uses methods ranging from strict typography editorial in freehand drawing , post it in the poster, Book to the public space, draft to tutorial , natural to built, intuitive to calculated questions sign and its expressions,exploring systems and spontaneity rules and errors.
Stephen Serrato lives and works in Los Angeles, California. He began his independent graphic design practice after receiving a BFA from the ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena in 2005. From the fall of 2008 to Summer 2010, Serrato was a participant in the post graduate program, Werkplaats Typografie in Arnhem, the Netherlands where he earned his MFA. His work has been exhibited internationally and most recently included in the “Work from California” exhibition curated by Jon Sueda at the 25th International Biennial of Graphic Design, Brno, Czech Republic. His studio works across various media but specializes in design for art and cultural institutions and independent record labels. Clients include: Amsterdam School of the Arts, Bing, Circular Facts, de Appel Arts Center, Kunstverein Publishers, Kindred Spirits Records, Mochilla, Naked Faces Films, Netherlands Architecture Institute and Publishers (NAI), Poo-Bah Records, Stedelijk Museum, Stonesthrow Records, UCSD Art Gallery, and Warp Records among others.