Visual identity for the Museum of Architecture’s latest project: School for Creative Thinkers.
Gilles & Cecilie was invited by Randaberg Kommune and KORO in Norway to participate in a competition to be the main artist for their new Culture House and School. In September 2016 they were announced winners and have since been spending the last year working to develop and installing 8 unique pieces.
Gilles & Cecilie Studio helped Geometry Agency in Hong Kong to develop a monster character for their new product that motivates children to wash their hands properly to minimise spreading of bacteria.
For the end of year show, Gilles & Cecilie Studio, created a modular system for the students to use and make their own catalogue of work for these modules. The main idea was that each student would make copies of their work using our templates on a range of coloured papers. All the copies were displayed on a long table where the audience could pick their favourites and fasten them with paper binders.
Gilles & Cecilie Studio illustrated the story of Mustafa, a syrian child refugee, for Unicef animation Mustafa Goes for A Walk. For the launch of the project Unfairy Tales an interactive book was also launched where you can hear the story appear guided by your interaction with the online storybook.
Gilles & Cecilie Studio will be talking at the Letterform Live the 25th of november!