• 2007
  • Blago Bung

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  • 2007
  • Blago Bung

A series of posters for Blago Bung events, Emily Harvey Foundation (NYC, USA) and Cabaret Voltaire (Zurich, CH). Art, Sound, Poetry and Performance. Posters are printed in split fountain : gradients evolve during the printing process, each poster is unique.

  • 2020
  • Les 2 Scènes — 20-21 Posters

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  • 2020
  • Les 2 Scènes — 20-21 Posters

Posters for the season 2020-2021 of Les 2 Scènes. Unfortunately, most of the shows were cancelled, because of the sanitary situation. Typeset in Album Sans

  • 2012
  • Scène nationale de Besançon — Posters

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  • 2012
  • Scène nationale de Besançon — Posters

Posters for the season 2012-2013 of the Scène nationale de Besançon. An image never appears alone: two are superimposed, one in blue, the other in red, which creates surprising encounters. Despite the huge diversity of the iconography, often provided by the companies, this radical treatment gives a global consistency to the series. These posters can be seen through anaglyphic lenses.

  • 2012
  • Ici l’Onde

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  • 2012
  • Ici l’Onde

The poster for the 2012 edition is a photograph of a luminous text projected on a smoke screen.

  • 2016
  • Les 2 Scènes — Orchestre

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  • 2016
  • Les 2 Scènes — Orchestre

Posters for the season 2015-2016 of Les 2 Scènes, for the concerts of the Orchestre Victor Hugo Franche-Comté.

  • 2008
  • Musiques de Rues — Poster

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  • 2008
  • Musiques de Rues — Poster

Poster of the 3rd edition of Musiques de Rues, a festival of contemporary brass bands and artistic interventions in public space.

  • 2019
  • Les 2 Scènes — Saison

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  • 2019
  • Les 2 Scènes — Saison

Annual poster for the season 2019-2020 of Les 2 Scènes, in collaboration with Jochen Gerner (illustrations).

  • 2010
  • Safari Fourier

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  • 2010
  • Safari Fourier

Besançon is the birthplace of utopian socialism : Fourier, Proudhon or Victor Hugo were born here, and, in the 20th Century, huge strikes and social movements tried to implement ideas for a new society. In 2010, I was commissioned by the City to create a work of art in tribute to this historic heritage. I proposed a series of posters that would be installed on all of the city's billboards for a week. These posters expose the theories of Charles Fourier (1772-1837) and the “Théories des quatre mouvements et des destinées générales”. During the day, they show our current society. At night, when the poster is backlit, they show society as Fourier dreamed it. In collaboration with Elsa Maillot.

  • 2018
  • Kantia — Artha 2

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  • 2018
  • Kantia — Artha 2

The incessant storms of the 18th century defeated the natural defenses that were protecting the city of Saint-Jean-de-Luz. In the middle of the 19th century, Napoleon III ordered the construction of dykes in Socoa, Sainte Barbe et Artha, that have been part of the landscape since the 20th century. Nicolas Waltefaugle's photographs show the relentless fight of these constructions against the ocean. They are printed in 2 colors, matt black and a spectacular chrome ink, exclusive to Lézard graphique silkscreen workshop, which reflects light like a mirror. The series of 8 posters (5 landscape and 3 portrait formats) are available at www.kantia.eu

  • Kantia, éditeur d’images
  • 500 × 700 mm
  • Silkscreen, 2 colors
  • Lézard graphique
  • Typeface:
  • Metallic duotone Kantia
  • 2009
  • Mégaphone

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  • 2009
  • Mégaphone

Poster of the 1st edition of the festival Mégaphone, organised by Why Note and Zutique associations in Dijon. Typeset in a custom weight of Garaje, Ultra Black.

  • 2014
  • Les 2 Scènes — Themes

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  • 2014
  • Les 2 Scènes — Themes

Thematical posters for the season 2014-2015 of the Scène nationale de Besançon. The screens are mixed during printing, to obtain several versions of the posters, superimposing the colors and the images.

  • 2010
  • Safari Fourier — Posters

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  • 2010
  • Safari Fourier — Posters

Besançon is the birthplace of utopian socialism : Fourier, Proudhon or Victor Hugo were born here, and, in the 20th Century, huge strikes and social movements tried to implement ideas for a new society. In 2010, I was commissioned by the City to create a work of art in tribute to this historic heritage. I proposed a series of posters that would be installed on all of the city's billboards for a week. These posters expose the theories of Charles Fourier (1772-1837) and the “Théories des quatre mouvements et des destinées générales”. During the day, they show our current society. At night, when the poster is backlit, they show society as Fourier dreamed it. In collaboration with Elsa Maillot.

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