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Motion & forms


"We use black-and-white to formalise the balance between light and shade. Paradoxically, we open the shape to be worked while closing it at some stages. We create passages on lines that become lost in the black zones so that the eye can read the main curves of the shape. From the French word 'décorative', we isolate the word 'décor' (or scenery in English). We love the way this evokes stagecraft because we are producers of forms that are displayed in the borders that we must anticipate. We create problematic forms in visual rhythm (space, empty/full, line, geometric, curves). We don't create a juxtaposition of expressive and built forms, but possibilities of mergers and translation. It's transplanted technique applied to forms : the growth area and receiver give the third term. We are not interested in visual summary but a veritable synthesis and the processing stages that are required of all production of form. "
Interview. Idn magazine / "Let's go ornemental "

"Art is a medium to connect things over between them and to circulate these things. For us, art is not a message or means of persuasion. It's a interrogation with action, in this regard, this preserves the freedom of thought and the questioning a gaze-based. There are also this confrontation and the dialogue with material, physical or dematerialized like digital. Artistic project also contains theses problems in matters, forms and space. Sometimes, Matters must be circumvented, attacked from another aspect or used with several of these characteristics."
Interview. AIGA

"Recently, someone told us " You're women's bauhaus !". What a compliment !
We love shapes, the minimalism and the functionality but often our design is a narrative design.
It's rather ironic... We think that our visuals assume a variety of roles.
Anyway, our artwork is based on typographic and graphic construction.
We love black and white because the construction becomes very present
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Interview. Adobe


















































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