Talkie Walkie is an illustration agency based in Paris. We represent a selection of international illustrators, collaborating with a wide range of clients in the fields of press, communication and culture.

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    Jean Jullien - Ami

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    For the French ready-to-wear brand Ami Paris, Jean Julllien has created a cute, minimalist character that reinterprets the famous heart in the brand’s logo. This collaboration, entitled “ami de cœur (bosom buddy)” includes a limited edition of casual essentials for men and women.

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    Antoine Corbineau - Le Louvre

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    The RMN – Grand Palais and the Musée du Louvre invited Antoine Corbineau to design a new collection of products in which the icons of the Musée du Louvre are presented in a sparkling and unexpected summer setting. The limited edition “A la plage! The Louvre by Antoine Corbineau” is composed of useful and colorful accessories, inspired by eleven masterpieces of the Louvre Museum: The Mona Lisa, The Venus de Milo, The Great Odalisque, etc. To be discovered on their website, at the Louvre museum store and at the Lafayette Paris Haussman galleries!

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    Alexis Tyrsa - Nike Trail

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    Alexis Tyrsa has once again joined up with Nike, this time to create a capital-letter typographic script in acrylic for the new campaign for Nike Trail. His solid, energetic lettering breathes life into the message of freedom and perseverance that the brand is sending to its new and experienced runner clients.

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    Cruschiform - French Biodiversity Agency

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    Cruschiform worked with L’agence Verte on an awareness-raising campaign for the French Biodiversity Agency (OFB). She created a wonderful series of seven poetic and educational illustrations, showing the diverse range of common species of plants and animals alike that can be found in the regions of France.

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    Jean-Michel Tixier - Lacoste

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    This season, Lacoste gave Jean Michel Tixier carte blanche to reimagine their emblem, the famous little crocodile. He conjured up an array of anthropomorphic crocs, each with its own look – a stylish hipster, for example, or an old-school Parisian dandy from St Germain des Près. Jean-Michel Tixier’s quirky and comical Parisian crocs have appeared full-size in ad posters, and also as logos on polo shirts, sweaters and totebags in the #crocoseries collection. Check out this limited edition series in Lacoste stores or on their site.

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Damien Florébert Cuypers

Monoprix

For its Monoprix Gourmet range of products, the chain invited artisans who had earned the “Meilleurs Ouvriers de France” professional distinction to enrich its catalogue of products. DDB Paris called on Damien Cuypers to illustrate the communications for this event. Here, he has drawn the portrait of the baker Frederic Lalos, the cheesemaker Mari-Anne Cantin and the pastry chef Arnaud Lahrer.

Jean Michel Tixier - Talkie Walkie
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Jean-Michel Tixier

Paris Plage 2021 / Kiblind

Summer in Paris means culture, sports and even the beach! Jean-Michel Tixier illustrates this heady cocktail with humour and a light touch for the City of Paris’s communications campaign for the “Hyper Festival” and “Paris Plages” events that take place in the summer months.

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Alexis Tyrsa

Ted Lasso

In July, the typographer Alexis Tyrsa led three free virtual sessions to kick off the second season of the Apple series Ted Lasso on Apple TV+. At these sessions, Tyrsa taught us how to created a font inspired by the series, with a particularly entertaining technique made possible by Procreate, the design software from iPad Pro.

Antoine Corbineau - Talkie Walkie
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Antoine Corbineau

Biocoop / Hungry&Foolish

The Biocoop chain is launching its “extra-local missions” and has committed to taking action locally in the places where it has its shops. To illustrate how Biocoop’s stores are integrated into their local communities, Antoine Corbineau has created sweet, colourful maps as he does so well, reminding people of the economic, societal and environmental aspects of these projects.

Jean Michel Tixier - Talkie Walkie
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Jean-Michel Tixier

Monoprix / DDB Paris

Parisian strolling culture was on display in the windows of Monoprix during the month of May. The clean lines of Jean-Michel Tixier celebrate the carefree spirit of spring for the French store.

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Jérémy Schneider

Dahlia

Jérémy Schneider reveals his striking new font: Dahlia. This font, available in regular, medium, bold, normal and condensed, draws on the elegance of Art Nouveau. Inspired directly by the flower whose name it bears, it hovers between excentricity and delicatesse. The font can be found on the site of Violaine et Jeremy : vj-type.com.

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Kim Roselier

RATP / Havas Paris

Kim Roselier has illustrated the pages of the RATP’s 2020 business review. Adapting his colour palette to fit those of the institution, located in the Paris region, he highlightss the challenges of the past year and the company’s committment to better quality of life.

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Jean-Michel Tixier

Nîmes s’illustre

Jean Michel Tixier has created 46 portraits to tell the story of the city of Nîmes. To celebrate the Nimes s’illustre illustration festival, Jean-Michel Tixier drew on stories and anecdotes from strangers and local celebrities to tell the story of the city known as the French Rome. His work will be exhibited at the Hôtel particulier de Rozel (1 rue de la Violette, Nîmes center) from July 2nd to 25th.

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Jules Le Barazer

L’Express & Télérama

Jules Le Barazer’s illustrations for the press feature acidic colours and a comical, acerbic perspective. For L’Express, he  expresses the difficulty of applying sanitary protocols in schools or “disappears” the “ghost workers” hired during the pandemic, the ones who have never set foot in their offices and work only from home. And for Telerama, Jules imagines what kind of structural inequalities were already in place in the prehistoric era.

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Stefan Glerum

Bruxas

Muscled-up and tenacious, the veterans from Stefan Glerum are pushing themselves to the limit. Their cleanly-drawn characters feature on the cover of the latest album from the groovy psychedelic band Bruxas poolparty.

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Damien Florébert Cuypers

M le magazine du Monde

Damien Cuypers applies his spontaneous, lively style of drawing to the design world in an article for M Magazine. These hybrid objects, once reserved for high society, now figure in collections from affordable decor brands that seek out partnerships with independent designers. This trend is revolutionising the decorating industry, giving creators greater visibility but also exposing them to the risk of being copied.

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Thomas Cantoni

Personal series

Thomas Cantoni ties together his passions for surfing and illustration in a study of two of the main colour models in colorimetry: RGB and CMYK. This detailed work plays with transparency and layering using plexiglass surfboard fins, the result of which is as minimalist as it is captivating.

Antoine Corbineau - Talkie Walkie
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Antoine Corbineau

Air France Magazine

Every month for the past three years, Antoine Corbineau has created illustrations for Air France magazine depicting destinations served by the French company. With these sweet, simple postcards, Antoine Corbineau helps us daydream about being somewhere else.

Jean André - Talkie Walkie
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Jean André

Tapisserie

For several months now, Jean André has greatly enjoyed transposing his visual world onto 100% wool, hand-made carpets!

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Julien Pacaud

Le Monde

OpenLux is an investigation conducted by the newspaper Le Monde into taxation in Luxembourg, the tax haven at the centre of the European Union. The investigation breaks down the facts and reveals the clever schemes that allow several CAC40 companies and major fortunes to bypass regulations in their country. To illustrate this thorny issue, Julien Pacaud has created a series of collages that question the link between Luxembourg and and the wealth that passes through it.

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Jean Jullien

Personal Series

In these locked-down times, being sedentary has a major impact on our sleep, and being isolated has an impact on our relationships to other people. Jean Jullien explores this theme with tender humour and the light touch that are hallmarks of his style.

Laurent Duvoux - Talkie Walkie
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Laurent Duvoux

Alternatives Economiques

Laurent Duvoux shows major virtuosity once again by illustrating complex subjects in a simple way. For Alternatives Economiques, he has created an important series that breaks down how the CAC40 and the companies that have dominated the stock market for the last fifteen years work.

Jérémy Schneider - Talkie Walkie
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Jérémy Schneider

La Case

Violaine et Jeremy once again put their talent to work, this time for the restaurant business. For La Case, the restaurant of chef Jean Imbert at the heart of the Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France, the duo created a chic, clean-lined visual identity that gets taken to the next level with hyper-realistic pencil illustrations by Jérémy Schneider. In the same way the restaurant’s cuisine is inspired by local flavours, Violaine et Jeremy were influenced by Caribbean flora and the space’s architecture.

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Playground

Le Pavillon de l’Arsenal

Dans le cadre de leur exposition en ligne “Histoire naturelle de l’architecture”, le Pavillon de l’Arsenal publie chaque semaine un nouvel épisode qui explore les influences et les enjeux de l’architecture au cours des siècles, documenté par Merci Alfred et illustré et animé par Playground. Sur une animation hybride, le studio Playground Paris nous montre l’éclectisme de son talent mêlant personnages naïfs, collages, typologies très graphiques, et bien sûr motion design. Ces vidéos au format dynamique, ludique et pédagogique sont un support de médiation sur Internet pour le Pavillon de l’Arsenal, faute de pouvoir accueillir son public entre ses murs. Retrouvez tous les épisodes sur l’onglet IGTV du Pavillon de l’arsenal.

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Jean André

Etam

Jean André supplies the feminine lines of his iconic tattoos for a capsule collection from Etam for Valentine’s Day. A week’s worth of limit-edition t-shirts and knickers that cheekily and humorously celebrate the wide range of moods and personalities. Check it out in the shop from February 9 onward!