The BEF (the equality and family office of Fribourg) needed 3 visuals to illustrate the topic of "sexual harassment at work" for their annual report.
The goal here was to create 3 typical situations to inform without communicate a punitive or dramatic message.
The Epic Game Jam, that takes place during the NIFFF (Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival), is a challenge during which participants are given a limited amount of time to create a video game from scratch.
The special thing about this one is that there isn't only a main theme to include in the game, but also a list of crazy and insane subthemes that the creators have the possibility to include to earn more points.
For this second edition, I was asked to create the trailer of the event. Therefore, I choosed to represent the variety of graphics, topics and styles that the games are made of and mix everything up to show how original and experimental the event is.
With UP TO YOU, we had the idea to illustrate the life of the "Fribourgeois" (people living in Fribourg, Switzerland, our hometown). Therefore I created 12 illustrations relating 1 typical thing that the Fribourgeois do per month. The project had a lot of success on social networks, which encouraged us to create a printed calendar that's available to purchase here
On the occasion of the GRAND 2014, Franz&René decided to create a Case Study video in order to participate to the contest with their campaign for H&M Home.
In March 2014, H&M Home opened its first shop in Switzerland. Fran&René developed then a campaign which involved the participation of 14 artists who created each an artwork in the streets of Bern, with "Home" as a main theme.
The campaign created a buzz and encouraged the agency to repeat the experience for the opening of H&M Home in Basel. This time, the artists took possession of a tram! The campaign created a buzz one more time, allowing the brand to have a huge success in Switzerland.
The goal of the Case Study was to present the campaign for H&M home opening in Bern by explaining the communication strategy, the concept and the artwork. The idea was to stick to the mood of the campaign by creating something cool, dynamic and trendy but also clear and playful.
This video was made for the Festival Images, the first open-air photography festival of Switzerland.
The concept was to represent the diversity of medias and images that you can see when you go there.
This trailer was shown on giants screens in train stations.
Since 12 years, the TPF bus for prevention goes in every school in the canton of Fribourg to teach kids and teenagers which rules they have to respect when they use public transports. After having delivered his message to more than 100'000 students, the bus gets a brand new look and is now reborn under the name "Bus Prevention Ensemble".
For this whole new program, the idea was to create something playful, interactive and fresh. Therefore, we created a family of Super Heroes.
The Prevention Bus presents 9 rules. In every rule, the Super Hero kids are put in different situations. Sometimes, they show the good behaviour but sometimes they also missbehave... The students then have to find out what's right and what's wrong to do.
To make this program even more playful, an iPad app was created. It includes 3 levels according to the age of the students.
The whole bus was then redesigned with giant stickers of the Super Hero family.
You can find the app, the rules and more informations about the project here.
"The Hyenah is a wild creature. It is unpredictable. It is living in the same biological niche as the lion but it is a bit more underdog, dirtier and not as appreciated. It is the disrespected step-child which can easily keep up with its rival but is perceived as more raw and unpredictable, sometimes even evil."
Listen to Hyenah now on soundcloud, discover them with this interview
and follow them here.
Created in 2013 by a group of young and motivated people, "On the road" is a music festival that takes place in Romont, a town in Switzerland.
I had the chance to have "carte blanche" to create the illustration. I choosed to create a creature that is brutal and crazy to remind of the rock and garage music which will by mainly present at the festival. In addition to that, the variety of music is represented by all the instruments and in the back you can see the castle of Romont.
This animation was made during my internship at eikonPRO. It was posted on social media to wish everyone "Bonnes fêtes" and... a Merry Doomsday. We decided to play with the "End of the World" theme that was "in trend" at the end of the year 2012.