Nantes-based studio, plus mûrs is adept at shifting their aesthetic according to context, and in this series of posters for both commissions and studio projects they cover football graphics, corporate culture and car logos as well as optic illusions in type and lunar-inspired letterforms. It makes for a great series, showing their range and flexible understanding of context and purpose.
plus mûrs studio is a multidisciplinary design studio working in the fields of art direction, editorial and graphic design in the cultural sector. Founded by Nassim Bouaza, Méric Chaperon and Vincent Labas, their projects range from books and magazines to videos, websites and exhibition identities.
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