About

Founded in 2000 by David Tanguy, Praline is a place for anyone who shares our belief in the value of a conversation.

We are proud to have created a place open to anyone who is willing to share ideas. A place where people meet, learn new things and be inspired. A place where everyone looks for new ways of thinking and doing, to create positive change in people’s lives.

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We are a team who are inspired by culture in everything we see and do. Culture flows through every project we undertake.

Always wanting to learn and do more, we create an environment where not only us, but our clients and collaborators can feel secure and inspired to push themselves and exceed their potential, creating together more ambitious, richer and impactful work.

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David Tanguy

Founder, Creative Director

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Al Rodger

Designer

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Maëlle Christien

Designer

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Max Casey

Designer

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Michael Curia

Designer

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Melanie Dautreppe-Liermann

Designer

Projects

A new brand for the established Berlin-based hair colourist

Exploring the history of transatlantic slavery through its connections with the Bank of England

Praline, graphic Design, Branding, Visual Identity, Website Design, Digital Communication, Culture&

A new name and identity for an inspirational charity

Repositioning an established architecture practice with new confident and bold messaging

Praline, Graphic Design, Branding, Visual Identity, Communication Material, Print & Digital, KWIK

Expressing the culture and energy of a new delivery startup

Praline, Branding, Brand Strategy, App design, BIMMY, Digital

Championing small businesses and connecting local communities

Praline, Graphic Design, Branding, Visual Identity, Brand Guidelines, Website Design, Softroom

Repositioning a world-class architecture practice

Embodying the spirit of being on the road

A new cultural platform for the culturally curious

Promoting social interaction through the arts in the time of Covid-19