shimsham is a multidisciplinary collective combining technical and artistic skills for design projects on screens and printed media.
More than half of the planned World Press Photo exhibitions were cancelled or postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our answer was to create an online exhibition in order to make the incredible stories available for viewers all over the world.
The exhibition is laid out into a timeline with 42 photographers, 3 Long term Projects and 9 digital storytelling. We added exclusive videos of the jury and audio interviews from the photographers. 
Concept development: Samira Damato
Concept and design: Nadine RS
Webdesign, tech lead: Théo Goedert
Webdev: Kamil & Max Franklin
Saffron Kitchen Project are a UK non-profit organisation based in Athens, founded in 2021. The NGO is addressing the problem of the refugee community and vulnerable people are facing many obstacles such as lack of food, job opportunities as well as inadequate social inclusion. Their solution is to create a path to employment through vocational and hospitality training as well as providing meals and job opportunities.
We guided them from the beginning with a visual language and the website creation, more to follow!
Visual Identity: Nadine RS
Webdesign, tech lead: Théo Goedert
Illustration: Milena Walter
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. 
HMF is a celebration of Music and Nature in the spirit of Sustainability, inaugurated in August 2019 in Norcia, Italy. HMF edition 2021 brings in the breathtaking background of the Monti Sibiliini National Park two days of great music and environmental awareness. Inspired by the Umbrian landscape, we designed and realised the visual identity, website and the website of the APS association.
Visual communication of the 24th edition of the Zik Zac festival. This music festival, which took place at the Théâtre de Verdure in Aix-en-Provence, puts forward values such as accessibility, artistic quality and eco-responsibility.
The explosive, colorful and joyful visual is inspired by the spirit of the festival, the musical groups and the place.
Poster, animation, program, flyer, sticker, social media formats and more 
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. 
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. 
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.