• 2005
  • Centre d'examen du permis de conduire

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  • 2005
  • Centre d'examen du permis de conduire

Sign for the new building of the Centre (architect : Philippe Donzé, Besançon). Some letters are replaced by real road signs, which reflect the light of car headlights. Photos © Nicolas Waltefaugle

  • 1 % artistique Ministère de l’Écologie, du Transport et du Logement
  • Alucobon, prismatic adhesive film
  • Courvoisier, Saône
  • Typeface: Garaje
  • signage architecture Besançon
  • 2013
  • Scène nationale de Besançon — Programme

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  • 2013
  • Scène nationale de Besançon — Programme

Annual programme for the season 2013-2014 of the Scène nationale de Besançon.

  • 2014
  • Émergences — Journal

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  • 2014
  • Émergences — Journal

Newspaper of the 7th edition of the festival Émergences, a week dedicated to young creation in Besançon. 16 p.

  • 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.

  • 2013
  • Émergences — Journal

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  • 2013
  • Émergences — Journal

Newspaper of the 6th edition of the festival Émergences, a week dedicated to young creation in Besançon. 16 p.

  • 2016
  • Les 2 Scènes — Programme

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  • 2016
  • Les 2 Scènes — Programme

Annual programme for the season 2016-2017 of Les 2 Scènes. 80 p.

  • 2019
  • Les 2 Scènes — Programme

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  • 2019
  • Les 2 Scènes — Programme

Annual programme for the season 2019-2020 of Les 2 Scènes, in collaboration with Jochen Gerner (illustrations). 80 p.

  • 2012
  • Scène nationale de Besançon — Programme

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  • 2012
  • Scène nationale de Besançon — Programme

Annual programme 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. The programme is distributed with a pair of anaglyphic glasses, to animate texts and pictures in a glimpse of an eye. 132 p.

  • 2012
  • Émergences — Journal

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  • 2012
  • Émergences — Journal

Newspaper of the 5th edition of the festival Émergences, a week dedicated to young creation in Besançon. Illustrations by Superseñor : Small Studio, Adrien Houillère, Renaud Vigourt, Marie-Florentine Geoffroy. 16 p.

  • 2018
  • Les 2 Scènes

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  • 2018
  • Les 2 Scènes

Annual poster for the season 2018-2019 of Les 2 Scènes. Developed in augmented reality : the printed poster activate a video and online contents, via a specific app. Selected in Chaumont design graphique festival

  • 2018
  • Les 2 Scènes — Programme

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  • 2018
  • Les 2 Scènes — Programme

Annual programme for the season 2018-2019 of Les 2 Scènes. The programme is developed in augmented reality : printed pages activate videos and online contents, via a specific app. 80 p.

  • 2008
  • Théâtre musical de Besançon — Identity

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  • 2008
  • Théâtre musical de Besançon — Identity

Le Théâtre musical de Besançon (dir. Loïc Boissier) was created in 2008: it occupies Besançon Municipal Theater, an exceptional building by Claude-Nicolas Ledoux. The theater is designed according to a very innovative circular plan for the time (1786), which made it possible, in Ledoux's initial project, to see the scene from everywhere. This aspect is represented in a famous engraving, “View of the Besançon Theater in an eye”. This eye and the circle are the basis of the visual identity that I designed for the Theater. To illustrate the richness and variety of its programming, an extensive color code (which covers the entire spectrum) makes it possible to identify the different registers. The character used is the Bodoni ITC, from Sumner Stone, my favorite digital revival of the typeface cut by Giambattista Bodoni in the same year as the construction of this theater. It’s been progressively replaced by my own revival, shown here in the logotype : Mononi, a mono-linear Bodoni.

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