French Bloom is the fruit of a bi-cultural friendship between Constance Jablonski and Maggie Frerejean-Taittinger.
Both wanted, through their female led brand, to give an alternative and inviting drink to those wanting to celebrate elegantly and differently, making the most of the precious moments shared with friends and family.
Epicuria Architects has dedicated its work for over 20 years to places of study and knowledge.
Building together : a team portrait that looks like a cena featuring a game between the individual members of the Epicuria team.
The position of Tropikal Bliss is clear: vegan products based on fruits for all types of curly hair. That was a good start!
Our job was to create a visual world that could express all of these ideas in one image.
Happy Curls – was our answer. It meant happy girls, fresh fruits, sunny light and a dynamic feeling of joy and health.
We based the Tropikal Bliss’s brand identity on striking and lively photography where fruits look so fresh that you want to eat them and girls look so happy that you want to know them.
The artistic direction is based on a spontaneous feeling of happiness and joy.
The creators of Maje wanted an image at the height of their ambition which was of international magnitude.
Through minimalist simplicity, we gave a form of sovereignty to the brand.
We created a new logo, redesigned and customized for a feminine and light feeling.
Vincent Huguet is a director of opera. Trained as an historian, he is a publisher, columnist and playwright. In 2014 he became Patrice Chereau’s assistant for the production of Elektra in Aix en Provence and has continued his career as a director.
Vincent Huguet directed The Moon Wave After the Rain, Don Quixote with Marc Minkowski, Three Women with Sebastien Daucé, Vaille que Vivre with Alexander Tharaud and Juliette Binoche. The Parisian Life with Marc Minkowski, Werther with Lorenzo Viotti, Dido & Aeneas at the Festival in Aix-en-Provence.
The visual identity of the website communicates with poetic sensitivity, in a lyrical and narrative universe. The graphic proposal meets the codes of an opera program.
The use of a lyrical serif typeface evokes a literary and refined world. The atmosphere plunges us into the intimacy of the show; the site then fades before the work of the director.