Team

Chevalvert

Chevalvert is a Paris based visual design studio founded by Patrick Paleta and Stéphane Buellet, respectively specialist in type design and multimedia design.

Based on an open and cross-disciplinary design approach, the relationship between the two partners generates a project development where there are no preconceived ideas, where the form is to serve the idea.
From drawing of character to design by code, Chevalvert graphic approach plays with limits. New technologies meet typography and editorial object, sometimes pursuing a development in space or becoming graphical objects.

2roqs

In the early 90s, the on-the-rise demo-making scene was representing the experimental avant-garde field of real-time computer animations.
Julien Gachadoat and Michael Zancan, two of the co-founders of 2Roqs, were members of the ACCS team, a team that played a significant role in the Atari ST demo view.
Countless ideas rose up during endless meetings at 2, rue des 2 Roqs in Agen, France.
Many experimental projects came to life during those years of active collaboration. With the growth of the World Wide Web, the team had found new means of expression and exposure, and has produced several interactive animations using cutting-edge Flash and Java technology back then.

The collective website 2roqsmuseum.net was released in 2001, while each of its creators was already working as freelancers in professional multimedia projects.
The Studio 2Roqs was created in 2004 with former graphic designer Frédéric Lespine.

Polygraphik

Polygraphik are Sébastian Nicot designer and Juliette Cheval graphist.
The have both worked for 5 years in various studios as project head in order to acquire the project management methodology for large scale projects.
They created Polygraphik in 2009, studio where their skills and know-how complete one another.

Splank

Sound creation.
As a sound creator or sound designer his activity includes music film, exhibition sound system, original sound tracks for art and interactive installations, video-games, company communication, advertisement and more.

Photos et vidéos : Julia Puyo

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