It’s been almost a year since we discovered the work of Aurore Lameyre and Vincent de Hoÿm (à 2 c’est mieux).
Since then the Paris based studio have gone on to produce plenty of great work including this (in collaboration with Côme de Bouchony) for Rendez-Vous Sauvage and Fête de la Musique dedicated to “supplying good vibrations, uplifting spirit and red-hot rhythms for everyone.” To celebrate the event they printed three unique posters; a lion, a pineapple and a shark.
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