plus mûrs has previously impressed us with its graphic design work that has the ability to “shift its aesthetic according to context”, and the Nantes-based studio’s recent updates don’t disappoint.
Showcasing the studio’s considered approach and knack with typographic layouts, we love the monochrome stylings of its designs for its book and “internet inspiration platform” Holtz, a collection of images found on the internet that include a rather saucy snap of a very tan-lined nudey lady. Elsewhere we see a range of web-inspired poster designs that merge simple typography with 90s net art-like graphics and shading.
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