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    THE STORY Two years ago, I worked as a housekeeper in a hotel. While cleaning the room at the end of the guests’ stay, one of the guilty pleasure… Read More
    THE STORY Two years ago, I worked as a housekeeper in a hotel. While cleaning the room at the end of the guests’ stay, one of the guilty pleasures of my colleagues and I was to search indiscreetly through the room and to look for any remnants that had been left behind (i.e.: invoices, notes, grocery lists, drafts of letters). Then we imagined the story of the guest's stay. DE LA MONTAGNE tells a story through a collection of printed pieces presented in a plastic pocket. This assemblage of clues and photos allows the viewer to reconstruct the scenario of the guest's stay in Room 1208. Read Less
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THE STORY Two years ago, I worked as a housekeeper in a hotel. While cleaning the room at the end of the guests’ stay, one of the guilty pleasures of my colleagues and I was to search indiscreetly through the room and to look for any remnants that had been left behind (i.e.: invoices, notes, grocery lists, drafts of letters). Then we imagined the story of the guest's stay.

DE LA MONTAGNE tells a story through a collection of printed pieces presented in a plastic pocket. This assemblage of clues and photos allows the viewer to reconstruct the scenario of the guest's stay in Room 1208.



Graphic Design, Art Direction and Photography : Simon Langlois 
Copywriters : Hamie Robitaille (behance.net/hamierobitaille) et Annabelle M.G
Fonts/Foundry: ACE regular (lift-type.fr) Space Mono (colophon-foundry.org) Cosi times (behance.net/gallery/55596231/Cosi-Times-Typeface) Integral CF (youworkforthem.com) Amerigo BT (linotype.com/fr/611/gerard-unger.html
Buddies/Helpers : Jonathan Mendel (jomendel.com) and Sébastien Duval (behance.net/sebastienDUVAL)




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