Amelie PichardAmélie Pichard is a fashion designer, she founded the Maison Amélie Pichard in 2011. Her neo-vintage creations always have a touch of modernity (sequins, golden crocodile, diamond heel …).
After spending his childhood in Senegal and in Scotland, Antoine Carbonne lives in Paris. He started representing day scenes using painted collage technics. He kept the creative process, a chemistry, making each assemblage painting an experience and his atelier a lab.
Arthur RistorArthur Ristor is a designer and artist based in Paris. Arthur Ristor is a designer and artist based in Paris. His practice leads him to self-produce lighting and other furniture by combining various techniques such as stained glass and textiles. These pieces are to be considered as artefacts from a fictional world of strange shapes and saturated colors. He likes to play on the anthropomorphic ambiguity of objects by breaking free from the archetypal forms of traditional furniture to bring it to life through the evocation of bodies and movement.He likes to play on the anthropomorphic ambiguity of objects by breaking free from the archetypal forms of traditional furniture to bring it to life through the evocation of bodies and movement.
Atelier Baptiste & Jaina
Since 2017, Baptiste Sévin and Jaïna Ennequin have formed Atelier Baptiste & Jaïna. The ceramist duo, based in France, is inspired by nature and the theater. They have multiplied personal in-situ exhibitions in chapels and abbeys.
Bella Hunt & DDCBella Hunt & Dante Di Calce is an Italian-American artist duo born in the 1980s who live and work in Marseille. Behind the duo's simple and naive forms hide a possible and different society than ours.
Founded in 2014 by artists Amaury Daurel and Victor Delestre, Deborah Bowmann is both an artistic identity and an exhibition space and thus articulates a workshop practice and a curatorial practice.
Eleonore JoulinEléonore Joulin is a French artist and ceramicist based in Brussels. Her work has its roots in art history, architecture and mythology. She finds unexpected connections between her inspirations that give birth to sculptural functional objects.
Emile Degorce-DumasEmile Degorce-Dumas is fascinated by the ancestral and animist rites of his childhood, which he hybridizes with the codes of contemporary Western culture. Dreamlike, falsely naive and a bit scary, they question the deep roots of the role of magic in our contemporary societies.
While drawing from a minimal, serial formal vocabulary, hailing from geometric abstraction, Eva Taulois’s work is part of a wider network of references which mixes architecture, traditional clothing, the art of patchwork, and industrial design...
Jenna KaesJenna Kaës is a French product designer, focused on giving shape to mysticism today. Her objects reflect on people’s unconscious, their love, their fears, and how to memorialize death in a contemporary setting.
After growing up in the Caribbean Jessica Lajard studied at l’ENSBA in Paris. Her work is a repertoire of shapes freely inspired by popular imagery which are often combined with sexual illusions that flirt with the grotesque.
Laurent Pernot is an artist living in Paris. His visual language stems from memory, images and words, which he explores through the experience of the flow of time, impermanence, the visible and disappearance. His work often induces contemplation, playing with our perception.
Lucie SottyHer first creations date back to her 10 years, all kinds of functional objects with funny inlaid engravings or decorative elements, always rather colorful. Lucie Sotty is an autodidact of ceramics. After studying art history, she worked in galleries and with artists. This is one of them, giving her access to his oven, allowed her to immerse her in this fascinating medium.
Since 2019, Manon Daviet has been producing contemporary wall tapestries using several techniques such as knitting, embroidery, crochet and tufting. In her work, she shows the beauty and mysticism of nature. Her graphic style is characterized by the use of vibrant colors and the synthesis of forms.
Marion MailaenderMarion Mailaender is an object and interior designer, she lives between Paris and Marseille. Working on instinct, the designer mixes genres and eras, edging on the limits of good taste her projects are often with an 80's and 90's accent.
Maxime Verdier lives in Paris. He’s practice oscillates between drawings, paintings, but also sculptures which develop in installation devices. His work questions the idea of the invisible and the repressed based on memories and personal anecdotes.
Natasha MankowskiNatacha Mankowski practices architecture in the surface. Her work evolves around her ongoing investigation in the immersive qualities of space. She uses perspective as a central device to catch the imagery of her paintings and invites her audience to share this experience.
OK FINAL, is a graphic designers studio by Hortense Proust and Louis Ziegle. After three years in creative agencies spent betweenNew York and Paris (Yorgo & co., 2 × 4, Mother Design, Convoy), Hortense specializes in artistic direction for digital projects and branding.
Penelope String is a fashion designer. She was born and raised in France. Fascinated by the 80’s she worked alongside Laurent Cotta and Olivier Saillard at Galliera’s Fashion museum of Paris. She is now based in Los Angeles and focused her career in the movie industry.
Named as an homage to the exhibition “Perfect Documents: Walker Evans and African Art” (1935) in New-York which presented a selection of photographs considered by certain art historians as “perfect documents”, this venture specialises in the production of quality furniture in limited edition.
Pia Chevalier is an independent designer, trained at the Boulle school. Her designs allow total spontaneous creativity in the process and composition of her art pieces. Her love for raw materials encourages her to constantly transform them in order to create unique pieces.
Romain Sarrot is a visual artist and videograph living in Paris. Since 2010 he creates pieces with various materials (resin, mastic, paper, plastic, silicon). The main part of his artistic approach is centered on the misappropriation of objects that surround us and putting them in perspective.
Southway StudioSouthway Studio is in line witht the Arts & Crafts of William Morris, and combines design and production of scenography, decor, art objects and furniture. The studio borrows motifs, techniques and materials from history, such as Roman lime, ceramics and fresco painting, which it reinvents and reuses in its creations.
Tatiana Defraine studied painting in Germany. Through a mixture of love, humor and cruelty, her paintings denounce the stereotypes conveyed by contemporary phenomena of people and fashion.
Artist, illustrator specialized in decorative arts, Victor Cadene is in perpetual search for an inexpressible harmony. In his paper scenographies, he imagines miniature and baroque architectures where opulent patterns and colors reign supreme.
Gabrielle Thomassian created Villa Arev in 2017 in Paris. She develops and creates bright and pop ceramics in a contemporary style. Her designs are filled with fresh and summery symbols in a holiday-like mood. It is a mediterranean dive.
After growing up in California Violette Stehli lives in France.She picked up the habit of translating her favorite expressions from one language to the other. It is this personal ritual that led to the creation of the Pardon My French series.
Uchronia is a multidisciplinary collective, more than a classical architectural firm. It borrows its name from a reflection on fictitious time and on the ephemeral. The studio then creates modern "places of experience", removing the barriers between technique and creativity. He transforms spaces by offering a complete artistic service ranging from architecture to layout, including design and visual identity. Their latest project? Forest, the new restaurant at the Museum of Modern Art.