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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    Damien Florébert Cuypers - M le Magazine du Monde

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    Every Saturday, for their column “Il / Elle est comme ça” (That’s how he/she is), M Magazine publishes an illustrated portrait by Damien Florébert Cuypers of someone who shaped that week’s current events . Colors, shapes and movement in the crayon drawings combine to create a story and a persona. With his personal and spontaneous style, Damien captures a fleeting expression and immediately creates a sense of intimacy with his subject.

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    Jean André - Le Petit Livre du Sommelier

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    The name was originally going to be ‘Wine, for friends’. This short sommelier’s guidebook is THE practical guide that brings together everything you need to talk more or less convincingly on the subject of wine. The key elements are the occasion, your friends and pleasure! Gwilhem de Cerval leads us on a quirky voyage through regions and grape varieties, lovingly illustrated with maps and drawings by Jean André. The result is a joyful and savvy guide, miles away from the elitist clichés associated with the topic – but also informative, even for the more knowledgeable aficionados. This comprehensive and accessible guide makes a perfect Christmas present! 

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    Alexis Tyrsa - Galeries Lafayette

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    Alexis Tyrsa had the pleasure to create the entire visual identity of the food court located in the basement level of the new Galeries Lafayette Champs Elysées. One of his many tasks in this huge and exciting project was to re-create each restaurant and food brand logo while maintaining a sense of cohesiveness and consistency with the Galeries Food Court branding.  The resulting eye-catching mosaic murals behind each food counter are extraordinary in their intricate detailing.

  • Antoine Corbineau - Talkie Walkie

    Antoine Corbineau - La Maison du Chocolat St Valentin

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    Antoine Corbineau created this bright, sweetly-coloured map of Paris to decorate the St. Valentine’s Day chocolate boxes for La Maison du Chocolat. This special ‘Paris, je t’aime’ edition pairs Antoine’s unique style with a timeless Parisian elegance.

  • Jean-Michel Tixier - Philarmonie de Paris

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    BETC agency asked Jean-Michel Tixier to illustrate the identity of the Philarmonie of Paris for their 2019 season. A conductor finds himself there with the heavy responsibility to convey the various instruments of his orchestra on his hiccuping bike. This visual will be used for print ads, Morris column in Paris and animation in the cinema during the coming weeks.

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    Cruschiform - Le Printemps

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    Every year for the holidays, Le Printemps department store in Paris reveals their fabled Christmas window displays – an absolutely unique and fabulous visual merchandising event. This year, Cruschiform drew a series of eleven enchanting landscapes and created a magical world of Christmas.

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Thomas Cantoni - Talkie Walkie
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Thomas Cantoni

Supreme

Thomas Cantoni is a huge fan of the chrome and aesthetics of the era of stickers, caps and skateboards, the classic Made in the USA era. He was therefore the natural choice for brand Supreme to turn to, asking him to give a fresh look to their logo as they release a collection of products including T-shirts, sweatshirts and skateboards with a truly vintage look!

Jules Le Barazer - Talkie Walkie
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Jules Le Barazer

Aides

Non-profit group Aides has launched a new prevention campaign against the risk of HIV in the time of Covid-19. The campaign, illustrated by Jules Le Barazer for TBWA Paris, is a raucous and funny call for awareness, under the hashtag #deconfinementducul (sex unconfined). “We can’t wait to see each other again  – let’s remember to protect each other.”

Jean-Michel Tixier - Talkie Walkie
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Jean-Michel Tixier

M, le magazine du Monde

Jean-Michel Tixier continues his response to the new trends of the post-confinement world in this special style series for the Le Monde magazine, M.

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Stefan Glerum

Burgr Joint

We dug into our archives to unearth this stunning retro-futurist illustration by Stefan Glerum. This excursion into space, silkscreen-printed by hand in nine colors, was created by the artist for publishers Black Dragon Press. Still available here.

Alexis Tyrsa - Talkie Walkie
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Alexis Tyrsa

La vida locale

First thought of by Julien Pham, and translated into images by Alexis Tyrsa and Jean Jullien, the hashtag #lavidalocale came about in response to the difficulties currently being faced by the hospitality industry. Through this hashtag, users can share their favourite local spots on social media, helping to promote buying locally, and boosting independent businesses.

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Alexis Tyrsa

Stay Home

Alexis Tyrsa linked with his friend and 3D artist Rizon Parein to create this dazzling ‘stay home and be safe’ image. The duo played on the aesthetic codes of neon signage, traditionally associated with nightlife spots, to urge people to stay home during confinement.

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Kim Roselier

Les Echos week-end

The weekend edition of Les Echos turned to Kim Roselier to illustrate an article entitled “Singer, politician, lawyer: the key to finding your voice’. Kim created three vibrant, rhythmic illustrations around the idea of the ‘vocal signature’: we all have such a signature from birth, and can learn to play with it, train it, and change it.

Bruno Mangyoku - Talkie Walkie
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Bruno Mangyoku

Smartread

Bruno Mangyoku has created this graceful series for magazine Smartread. He lends a touch of humor to an article on ‘emotional resilience’, or how growing old can sometimes make us more able to adopt an optimistic approach to tackling adversity, no matter what the circumstances.

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Alexis Tyrsa

Nike Golf

Alexis Tyrsa had the pleasure of creating an entire new font for the identity of Nike Golf. The characters were all painted in acrylic, then scanned, vectorized and published through a font file. In order to introduce a maximum of liveliness to this hand-drawn typography, two options are available for each character, making a huge range of letter-combinations possible.

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Kim Roselier

Entre

Season 2 of the podcast ‘Entre’ (‘Between’) is now available, with a new episode every Wednesday, and a new cover illustrated by Kim Roselier. This series of illustrations bursts with tenderness, chiming with the daily lives of Julie and her big brother Lucien. Interviewed by their stepmother Brune Bottero, we hear about their day-to-day lives, school, their extended family, their arguments. Listen here!

Jean-Michel Tixier - Talkie Walkie
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Jean-Michel Tixier

M, le magazine du Monde

Jean-Michel Tixier is back with a full page every week in M, the magazine from Le Monde. The special new style-centric series matches the offbeat tone of Marc Beaugé’s accompanying chronicle of fashion in a time of confinement. “Even in these uncertain times,” the writer reminds us, “be careful not to let the basic elements of style slip.”

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Antoine Corbineau

Les Mini Mondes

The Mini Monde adventure continues with the release of the Duchemin family’s travel journal – first stop, Morocco! A story, games, colouring, music – all go to make up this incredible illustrated world, created by Antoine Corbineau. Orders via the website – the first issue is free!

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Jean André

Dead Mitch

Dead Mitch’s illustrations of the tribulations, reflections and sage advice that accompany us and help us through these days of confinement. Thanks Jean André!

Bruno Mangyoku - Talkie Walkie
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Bruno Mangyoku

Mr Porter Journal

Mr Porter Journal is getting a makeover, revealing a whole new look to its editorial platform, including daily articles, categories, recommendations, reading times for each article, and improved navigation and experience. They turned to Bruno Mangyoku to illustrate these news, who took to the task with a lot of humor. An amazing series to discover ici.

Damien Florébert Cuypers - Talkie Walkie
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Damien Florébert Cuypers

Vogue

A beautiful series signed by Damien Cuypers for the British edition of Vogue, five viewpoint of women remembering the experience of becoming a mother for the first time.

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Playground

Family festival

Playground created this playful, cheery identity for the Family Festival, which combines art, nature, music, games and architecture over the space of a weekend. Beginning on the Friday evening, the spaces of the Vuitton Foundation and the neighbouring botanical garden are scaled down to child-size, welcoming families for three fun-filled and relaxing days.