pixe,
inspired by the tiny squares in technical drawings for weaving, Pixe is in a way a zooming in of the fabric. Woven on a navy cotton warp, it comes in five colorful variations, to fit a tablecloth and four different colored napkins.
~ 2018



Drawing your dreams,
personnalised bed linens for Camif ÉDITION, a French furniture brand engaged in local and eco-friendly production.
~ 2018


Le commun
magique

Jean Dubuffet described some artistic forms as “small works of nothing at all, quite concise, almost unformed, but sounding very strong”. The book (master thesis) is a reflexion on these unsophisticated drawings, paintings and sculptures.
~ 2015
photos: ©Véronique Huygue

rgb,
a collection of projects organised in three colours (Red, Green, Blue) which inspire me as a material and colour designer.
~ 2015

écrin,
small bag in plywood designed for the Louvre boutique to celebrate a new gallery in the museum dedicated to the 18th French century. 
~ 2014
photos: ©Véronique Huygue

Le bonhomme sans tête et autres sornettes,
an illustrated book with ten short and absurd stories.
~ 2012

photos: ©Véronique Huygue

                                       Cécile Vignau, material and colour designer