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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    Cruschiform - Once Upon a Time There Was a Shape

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    Marie-Laure Cruschi, aka Cruschiform, illustrated and wrote (with Supergazhole) the story “Once Upon a Time There Was a Shape”, published by Magazine Georges. In this fairytale in which form meets function, a strictly geometric King and Queen require their subjets to take on linear, angular forms, even though their own children have round silhouettes.

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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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    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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Antoine Corbineau

Hermès

For the luxury brand Hermes, Antoine Corbineau has created an underwater adventure. Antoine exchanges his famous colour palette for black line drawings that are both simple and malicious, keeping only the colour orange, the emblem of the brand and its logo.

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Cruschiform

Les Odyssées

For Les Arenes Edition, Cruschiform has illustrated several chapters of this children’s collection by Laure Granbesançon. With its majestic decor and restrained colour palette, Cruschiform leads us on a journey with Marco Polo, the 13th-century Italian explorer and merchant. Marie-Laure Cruschi plays up the immense landscapes within her compositions and fills the odyssey with the grandeur it deserves.

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Playground

Tools Magazine

For the latest issue of Tools Magazine, Playground has created a series of minimalist illustrations resembling instruction manuals. With this very minimalist, highly efficient proposal Playground explains, step by step, how manufactured objects like a glass vase or bricks are made.

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Alexis Tyrsa

Marathon de Chicago

For the 43rd edition of the Chicago marathon, Tyrsa created an overall visual identity for the sponsor Nike Running. Repurposing the codes of American sportswear, Tyrsa once again shows off their typographic talents.

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Antoine Corbineau

Le Cheval Blanc St Tropez

Over the course of his career, Antoine Corbineau has become one of the world’s foremost map-based illustrators. This time, he’s collaborated with the starred hotel Cheval Blanc St Tropez on a map of Saint-Tropez that highlights some of the coastal town’s emblematic places, the ones behind the peninsula’s popularity and uniqueness.

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Damien Florébert Cuypers

Nexity

Damien Florébert Cuypers has captured the beauty of daily moments for Nexity. For the real estate company’s annual report, Damien sketches the company’s major achievements of the past year, staging them in a serene, joyous atmosphere, with special attention paid to architecture.

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Kim Roselier

Nicolas Feuillatte

To confirm its positioning as a modern, high-colour creator, the Champagne brand Nicolas Feuillatte called on Kim Roselier to illustrate their new campaign. The freshness of Kim’s style highlights the company’s new spirit as “joyfully uninhibited”, whose aim is for Champagne to be enjoyed more widely. Kim Roselier dreamt up a procession overflowing with detail, enough so that everyone can see themselves in the details.

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Jean-Michel Tixier

Nooz Optics

Jean Michel Tixier illustrated a limited series of glasses for the brand Nooz Optics. With humor and irony, he shows how useful a pair of glasses is for reading. Reproduced on glasses cases, goodies and packaging, this collaboration marked a high point in the brand’s summer communication.

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Damien Florébert Cuypers

Biocoop

On the road for a mini-adventure? In a kind of a travel diary, Damien Florébert Cuypers illustrates the concept of bioregionalism for “Cultures Bio” on the Biocoop channel. The trend of localism in tourism is teaching us, whether we want to or not, to rediscover our regions. Damien Florébert Cuypers’s agile and poetic style helps us see these mini-adventures with a new and marvelous eye.

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Jean Jullien

Fernand Surf Board

Our journey into autumn continues with boardsports of all kinds. This time, Jean Jullien lends his hand to illustration surf culture. In a collaboration with Fernand surfboards, Jean Jullien handpainted directly on the boards. Glazed by Resinleague and polished by Paul Hyde, each board is unique and is for sale for those who have hung onto their childlike spirits.

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Thomas Cantoni

Surf spots

Summer continues with a series of posters selected from the personal collection of Thomas Cantoni. Playing on the codes of film posters, Thomas Cantoni highlights several famous surf spots in the Basque Country and the Landes, where surfboards are front and centre…

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Jean-Michel Tixier

Rosé posey

Rosé is Posey! The wine brand Le rose posey once again asked Jean-Michelt Tixier to illustrate the labels for its bottles. His illustrations tell stories about letting loose and soaking up the sun with lots of humour and irreverence, celebrating the brand’s 5-year anniversary.

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Jules Le Barazer

Néon

Jules Le Barazer illustrated Neon magazine’s new column called “The Dialogue”, in which two people exchange on a subject, more or less intimate or difficult…Like the one of having a separate bedroom, expressing the joy of lying on your bed!

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Laurent Duvoux

Presse

Illustrations by laurent Duvoux for various French press titles : for Society, he illustrates SpaceTrain, a crazy project by Emeuric Gleizes, the guy known as the “Made in France” version of Elon Musk. For L’express, Laurent accurately and simply illustrates the political and economic taboo of cannabis trafficking for the cover and a report in the magazine. And For Capital, he illustrates the inevitable decline of the Japanese brand Toshiba, following years of hiding its troubles.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.