FRINGANTE


Project realized in collaboration with
Isabella Buschardt and Chiara Di Caprio.



WHAT


We designed the packaging of six alcoholic liquor. Our idea was to create a packaging with imaginative colorful characters with more or less abstract forms.



BRAND VALUES
Artisanal, Quality, Contemporary, Attractive, Gustative, Original, Local














Logo declined in several colors
depending, on the flavor.







Customized t-shirts depending on the personality type.









“OMG, it’s

sooo

refreshing!”


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AFROBEAT MAGAZINE 


I interviewed Ivan “Larson" Ndengue,
a Swiss professional dancer and
choreographer who comes from Cameroon.

WHAT


Ivan practices African and contemporary dances, hip-hop and house. I decided to interprete his vision of Afrobeat in Geneva through a graphic design magazine.

French Magazine, translated in English.


Meet Ivan.






Dance=
50% mindset,
50% body.






Afrobeat is a musical genre that is a mixture of traditional Nigerian music, jazz, highlife, funk, and vocals.




“HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE AFROBEAT DANCE IN GENEVA?”



Ivan: “It is consumed like fast food. The culture is unknown. Afro-beat is seen as "fun", "friendly" music. It’s not really taken seriously. We only like in certain places at certain times. Most people don’t even question its roots, its history.”


“It’s not
really taken
seriously.”



CULTURE



Accompanied by percussion and vocal styles, popularised in Africa in the 1970s. The origins of Afrobeat date back to the early 1920s in Ghana.

Afrobeat is a rhythmically repetitive music based on few chords played in a loop by guitars and keyboards, with powerful and melodic brass riffs.




”HOW WOULD A LIFE WITHOUT DANCE FEEL LIKE?”



Ivan: Very sad. I would mix. To see people dance.




“A FINAL WORD?”
Humanistic notion from Southern Africa
translated as "I am what I am because of what we all are".


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LE JOLY


I wanted it to feel like the perfect
place to take a break and calm
the mind during a busy day in town.


WHAT


Creation of a visual identity for a fictional coffee shop in Lausanne.



“Le Joly”, which means lovely (“joli”) in French, is a new coffee shop in Switzerland.






Grab a book or just let yourself
daydream for a little while.






Its fully designed for you to feel good and appreciate your coffee during the time of your break.






CORPORATE VALUES
Quality, attractive, welcoming, tasty, pleasant.

     




JEFF KOONS


I wanted these posters to be B&W, bold and minimalist.



WHAT


Creation of posters for Jeff Koon’s fictional exhibition.








SEXY X WEIRD  

For this photoshoot I was inspired by
Lou Escobar, a French photographer,
director and filmmaker.


WHAT


The goal was to show women at ease with their bodies. It shows sexuality in a daring way.