In 1999, Alexis Taïeb discovered graffiti. As his first works had barely dried on the walls, he knew that he had found a love for life. This love for typography became a natural guide into a new profession and soon enough, he graduated from Gobelins in 2007 with a solid knowledge of design and typography. Shortly after graduating, in 2008, Alexis became a freelancer with a focus on print design. His work in Paris was soon appreciated and applied by various parisian agencies, like BETC, Publicis, DDB and Sid Lee.
For Alexis, typography is just the starting point of his work. He can handle any type of brief and works just as well on projects with strong constraints or complete creative freedom. Looking for originality in all of his work, he believes in creating engaging, modern and precise visuals that follow a simple goal: to reinvent the letter, but never lose its meaning. Or its beauty.
Nike, Bucherer, Les Inrocks, World Food Programme, Netflix, Ogilvy, Galeries Lafayette, Black Rainbow, Pâtisserie Liberté, Air France, BETC, Bose, Vice UK, DDB, TBWA, McDonalds, Carhartt, Moët & Chandon, Futurebrand, Bleu de Paname, Barbershop, PSG, Jordan, AKQA, Moonstreet, Hypebeast, Uniqlo…