Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: Not Everyone Will be Taken Into the Future
Tate Modern presents the first major retrospective of the Kabakovs in the UK, coinciding with the centenary of the 1917 Russian Revolution.
We have designed the visual catalogue that accompanies this exhibition, a celebration of five decades of work tracing back from Ilya Kabakov’s early paintings, drawings and installations to the collaborative projects crafted alongside his wife Emilia after his move to the West in 1987, including immersive installations and architectural models.
The exhibition is on until 27 January 2018.
The Way of Whisky – A Journey Around Japanese Whisky
We have worked with the publisher Octopus on this beautiful book which retraces the journey of the journalist Dave Broom around Japan's most famous whisky distilleries. A must-have edition for any whisky lover, whisky drinker, whisky collector or Japanophile!
'Opera: Passion, Power and Politics' a new exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Gallery
The V&A gallery presents its first exhibition dedicated to the history of Opera. For this occasion, the V&A has colllaborated with the Royal Opera House to create a journey throught 400 years of history.
The catalogue that accompagnies the exhibition is structured with chapters dedicated to seven opera premiers in seven cities.
The quarter-bound cover takes inspiration from a theatre curtain and reveals an image of an auditorium, printed on gold paper. The gold foiled title is set in Lyon, a contemporary serif with classical Renaissance forms.
The exhibition is on from 30h of September until the 25th of February 2018.
Candida Stevens Gallery – Good Nature
We have been collaborating with Candida Stevens Gallery for over two years and we recently designed the identity for the ‘Good Nature’ show. The exhibition showcases 31 artists around a main topic that celebrates nature and our role in sustaining it.
Marc Bauer at the Youth Platform
Whilst the new gallery is being built, Peckham’s Youth Platform takes over with this new collaboration with the artist Marc Bauer. The exhibition will be an installation mixing videos, moving image and a wall collage showcasing the artworks created by members of the Youth Platform with Bauer.
We have designed their poster/flyer and the wall graphics. Join us for the opening on the 14th of September!
le lieu unique launches its new identity
le lieu unique is a cultural art centre based in Nantes (France). Praline was commissioned to refresh the identity and marketing language.
We art directed the marketing visual for the 2017–18 campaign. We had the chance to work with the talented digital artist Jamie Raap, to create an intriguing and surreal virtual landscape. Besides the branding and communication materials, we’ve also designed their new website developed by Kévin Chassagne.
The collaboration is still ongoing: design of the bar/club programme, and creation of a visual for the Festival ‘Un Autre Orient’… more to come soon
le lieu unique cultural offer is rich and diverse which makes every design a fun and challenging work. If you pass by Nantes, this is definitely a must see!