shimsham is a multidisciplinary collective combining technical and artistic skills for design projects on screens and printed media.
Samira Damato's second short film is about a family thrown into financial and emotional turmoil as British influence starts to dwindle on the island of Malta.
We designed Hallini Hanini's visual identity which includes a poster, titling, flyers, social network visuals and the website. 
The École supérieure d'art d'Aix-en-Provence is a higher arts education and research school in the south of France.
The web design is based on the school's new graphic charter designed by Angela Detanico and Rafael Lain. Their visual language highlights the lines that make up the name of the city AIX as well as a choice of colours inspired by the four seasons of the year.
For the website we decided to extend the chromatic range to 35 predefined shades. This precise colour chart allows both a rigorous control of the visible colours, combined with the flexibility offered by their combinations to dress the pages of the site. The combinations ensure a levelled contrast between the text and the background colour. The strokes of the letters X from the logo are used in the background to reinforce the visual identity. The shaded lines accompany the visitor during their navigation, and their colour changes according to the latest events, as does the logo at the top of the page.
Coordinated by Sophie Kerlaux, communication officer and Christian Merlhiot, director of the establishment. 
Belles Origines is a project led by two craftsmen, guitar maker Florian Deneuville and electrician specialising in musical instruments and equipment, Guillaume Florin. Belles Origines designs custom-made guitars and other instruments from locally reclaimed wood full of history with an ethical and responsible approach.
We designed the visual identity and website for the brand and model of LaGrange guitar. 
Zik Zac festival's response to the international health crisis of 2020 was to offer an edition of several evenings with a limited audience. For fifteen years, the festival has been promoting values such as accessibility, artistic quality and eco-responsibility. Its last editions took place at the Théâtre de Verdure in Aix-en-Provence.
For this special edition we produced a multi-support communication with an emphasis on digital formats.
The graphic elements are inspired by the festival grounds where lay tall cypress trees and an amphitheatre. This allowed us to keep a link to the visual identity of previous years.
We designed the poster, animation, programme, flyer and social media content. 
The Music Festival was inaugurated in August 2019, in Norcia, Italy. Inspired by the Umbrian landscape, we designed and realised the visual identity, website and the website of the APS association for the 2020 edition. Unfortunately, this has been postponed due to the current health crisis.
TIKKA is an independent webradio whose programming focuses on the alternative and experimental music scene in Marseille.
We designed and produced Tikka's website and logo. The typefaces used are distributed by Velvetyne, a type foundry known for its royalty-free and open-source typography. 
Visual artist Lokidolor, specialises in experimental jewellery, accessories and masks. We designed and developed his portfolio website. 
Pang Pang Club organises and animates workshops, game jams and exhibitions dedicated to the creation of independent video game creators. Animated by Leslie Astier and initiated by Robin Moretti.
We produced communication materials to announce the workshops and themes of the club for the duration of one year. 
A 2019 calendar was the result of a research project that addresses the issue of personalisation through serial reproducibility techniques allowed in digital printing. Compiled in a printed calendar, 12 artists were invited to design one month each (a double-page spread). Each contributor produced 12 variations for their month on the common theme of personalisation in today's data-driven economy.
The contributing artists are, from January to December: Oliver Barstow, João Roxo, Carla Saunders, Karina Zavidova, Juan Pablo Mejía, Anastasia Kubrak, Loïc Drussel-Martzolf, Imad Gebrayel, Cristina Cochior, Anna Michalak, Théo Goedert & Nadine Rotem-Stibbe. 
The 'Guide Bureau' (BDG) proposes and animates projects and activities around walking in peri-urban areas by associating artists, walkers and citizens. They also maintain the initiative of the GR2013, a 365 km metropolitan trail imagined and marked out on the occasion of MP13.
For the European Heritage Days, the BDG organized walks in the footsteps of Walter Benjamin in Marseille. Their space on the canebière was the starting point for the walks and the place for which we designed the scenography supporting information for walkers and a wider public.
We designed the scenography with custom-made furniture, covered the ground with gravel to give an impression of exteriority to the interior space, and covered the walls with printed infographics.
A collaboration with Christine Breton, historian, Jean Christofol, philosopher, the BDG team and the Cabanon Vertical. 
Multi-support communication and goodies for the 2018 open day of the École supérieure d'art d'Aix-en-Provence. The graphic elements and colours are inspired by the architecture of the building and are accompanied by a collection of quotations about art or art education.
We designed posters, animation, tarpaulins, cards, flyers, bookmarks and invitation cards. 
We coordinated a workshop for students on the use of Risography and wild postering. To group the works we designed and printed a publication which assembles the posters the participants made during their time in the workshop.
In partnership with Rond-Point Projects, a place for the production and diffusion of artistic projects. 
The DJ collective led by Graeme (GodSaveThe45), Milena Walter and Theo Goedert. Up Your Soul organises parties in bars and cultural places around the Provence region in the south of France since 2014.
We made all the communication, posters, flyers, stickers, web banners and event photography.
An event about mobility, forms of listening and sound creation. Mobile Audio Fest was initiated by Locus Sonus, presented performances, installations, applications, sound walks, workshops and conferences.
We designed the programme in a newspaper format, structured with background shapes inspired by symbols of audio peripheral and interface plugs and connections.