We are a graphic design studio based in London and Paris, founded by Sophie Demay and Maël Fournier-Comte, working very closely, and in collaboration with institutions, artists, curators and festivals.
We understand graphic design as a collaborative practice that does not only communicate preexisting projects but supports their development through exchanges and conversations.
We create visual objects and identities that embrace ambiguity, explore narrative structures, and support active reading/viewing experiences.
We currently teach at the London College of Communication and at ENSAD, Paris. We have taught at the Royal College of Art, at Camberwell College of Arts and led workshops in various universities in the UK, France, Russia and Ireland. Our work has been featured in numerous publications, exhibitions and is part of the collection of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.
We work or have worked with the following collaborators, assistants and interns: Thomas Baudouin, Claire Barrault, Pierre Boggio, Samuel Bonnet (SA*M*AEL), Clara Degay, Manon Diemer, Rémi Forte, Kevin Gotkovsky, Léa Guillon, Lola Halifa-Legrand, Annelous Konijnenberg, Célestin Krier, Jérôme Rigaud, Mirjam Warg.