Given the respective creative credentials of its founders Marie Dessuant and Philip Bone, it’s no great surprise that the studio they jointly run over in Paris produces such top-quality work. Specialising in art direction, design, products and interiors, there’s a quiet yet muscular self-confidence about the duo’s work no matter what they turn their talents to. This work for Fabrica’s Objet Préféré exhibition is a case in point; a sumptuous high-end book with its clean, crisp layouts presented alongside a newspaper given out at the show which is noisier but no less carefully thought through.
There’s no misstep in their portfolio truth be told, so if this has whetted your appetite head over to their website to enjoy the pair’s versatility in all its glory.
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