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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    Jérémy Schneider - To Share

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    Jérémy Schneider has teamed up once more with French chef Jean Imbert, this time along with Pharrell Williams, for the opening of their new St. Tropez restaurant, To Share. Jérémy has created a gargantuan visual identity, based around an illustration of an imaginary funfair full of outsized fruits and vegetables. In his usual style, Jérémy signs off here on a rich and sophisticated identity, which can also be shown as an animation accompanied by music composed especially for the occasion by Pharrell Williams.

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    Cruschiform - Longines Tuxedo / H5

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    H5 turned to Cruschiform to give their campaign a party feeling with an illustration celebrating the iconic Tuxedo model from watch brand Longines. With her delicate universe and her sensitivity to color, she expresses the sophisticated elegance of the 40s through a snapshot full of life, paying homage to the brand’s creative heritage. Discover the animation here.

  • Jean Michel Tixier - Talkie Walkie

    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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Playground

Arte

Culture TV channel Arte turned to Playground to create the teasers for its summer documentary series “La Vie en Face” (Face to Face with Life). Using the protagonists’ voice-overs as a basis, Playground came up with a series of lively illustrations, animated image by image, echoing the powerful testimony of these witnesses to some very dramatic situations. Discover the series on arte.fr

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Cruschiform

French Biodiversity Agency

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

Maison Fragile

Tableware publisher Maison Fragile and Jean-Michel Tixier have decided to expand the “Chers Parisiens” (Dear Parisians) collection launched in 2018, this time extending the invitation to novelist Marcel Proust. Reimagining with relish Proust’s era, his universe, his texts and his iconic madeleines, Jean-Michel Tixier uses his pared-back, clear line to decorate a fine porcelain set (including plates, coffee cups and tumblers) made in Limoges to the highest standards by certified craftspeople. Explore the collection here.

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Laurent Duvoux

L’express

Laurent Duvoux has for the last few months been working regularly with news magazine L’Express. His simple and striking illustrations are the perfect match for the wide range of topics the magazine covers.

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Damien Florébert Cuypers

Bon appetit

Damien Cuypers is both a contributor to, and an avid reader of, the famous US food magazine Bon Appétit. He recently created full-length portraits of a selection of their journalists, demonstrating his characteristically precise and subtle stroke.

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Jean-Michel Tixier

Rosé Posey

Rosé Posey is a new wine dreamt up by three friends who all love good wine, the summer and the sun. Following their first collection in 2019, they have once more joined forces with Jean-Michel Tixier for a new series of labels featuring illustrations that have lost nothing of their burlesque and defiantly summery character!

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Jean André

Orangina / Trends Paris

Just for this summer, Orangina is shaking up the letters of its name and bringing out a range of products branded Onagrina! To mark the launch of this new range, inspired by the brand’s slogan “Shake it!”, Jean André has come up with a series of fun and quirky anagrams to adorn different goodies to be sent to influencers and journalists.

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Bruno Mangyoku

Midi Minuit / Maison Tangible

Bruno Mangyoku and Kim Roselier are taking part in the Midi Minuit (Midday Midnight) exhibition organized by Maison Tangible to mark the company’s first anniversary. “A total of 11 artists will lead you on a fantastical journey between day and night, telling you a tale that takes you between images fixed in time and extended narration on screen.” This augmented-reality exhibition is shaping up to be an amazing experience. Runs from July 4 to August 28 at 3 bis Rue Jules Vallès, in the 11tharrondissement of Paris.

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Antoine Corbineau

EDF / Ici Barbès

Antoine Corbineau has created two illustrations for the latest edition of Vivre EDF, the internal magazine of French energy company EDF, looking at how working conditions are changing amid lockdown. With his distinctive compositions of brightly-coloured landscapes teeming with life, Antoine brings a light-hearted approach to the thorny issues surrounding working from home.

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Playground

McDonald’s / TBWA Paris

TBWA turned to Playground to create a series of illustrations for McDonald’s, setting out the distancing measures being put in place for the reopening of the chain’s restaurants. These modern and educational pictograms are brought to life with Playground’s signature range of bright, joyful colors!

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Alexis Tyrsa

Wanderlust Street Food

Tyrsa created a new identity for Wanderlust Streetfood, a pop-up restaurant that will take its place on the Wanderlust terrace this summer. Chef Alexia Duchene will be serving up a menu full of streetfood classics, made from ingredients sourced from small-scale producers. Driven by his constant search for new tools and new mediums, Alexis Tyrsa created a logo and a signage using colored chalk, allowing him to come up with this box-fresh identity, full of innocence and color, inviting us to get back onto the terraces! Mandatory reservation and further info on the Wanderlust site.

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Bruno Mangyoku

Standart Magazine

Created in 2015, Standart is a magazine featuring interviews, articles, city guides and short stories – all themed around the art of coffee. Each edition features talented artists, writers and contributors from around the world. Among these creators is Bruno Mangyoku, who had the pleasure of illustrating the magazine’s most recent edition, themed around the Olympic Games.

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Julien Pacaud

Nouvelle série

A new illustration series  by Julien Pacaud for Liberation, Politicomag or taken from his personal collection.

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Playground

Postalk

The French mail service (La Poste) and newspaper Le Figaro turned to Playground to create the graphic identity for their joint new show “Postalk” on website Figaro.fr. The result is a series of illustrations in a minimalist style exploring themes such as sustainable development, the digital world and proximity, as well as discussions about the mail of tomorrow.

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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!

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Jules Le Barazer

Aides / TBWA Paris

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.”

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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.

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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.