is a London-Paris-based studio.

We design graphic objects, that are bold, meaningful, poetic, conceptually strong and visually delicate, always using a thorough methodology. Our approach is generous and dedicated, playing with communication codes across the Channel. We develop graphic systems and visual languages which help define what our clients do.

We shape words, we design stories.

Blanche de Lasa - Fabien Catalano

Fabien Catalano and Blanche de Lasa met in 2009 while studying at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Visuels de La Cambre in Brussels. During their studies they formed a professional partnership and collaborated on many projects including print, identities and information design.

Two years later, while Fabien was playing with wayfinding, editorial and web design in Paris, Blanche was questioning transformation of language in the digital era at the Royal College of Art, and discovered environmental graphics at Cartlidge Levene in London.

Together, they share a common interest for unconventional ways of telling stories through design and beautifully crafted graphic objects, whether they are printed, 3D or digital.

Their recent clients include: BETC Paris, Rémy Cointreau UK, The Royal College of Art, BNP Paribas, LAN Architectures, NeM architectes, Peugeot, EI-Technologies, Cité de l’Architecture, Secours Populaire, Alliance Espérance, ESAT Regain Paris…