For Designer’s Days, Imprimerie du Marais put together an exhibition with the attractive name: “Eat, Print, Love”. Cléo Charuet from the Cléoburo studio and the object designers from the Brichet&Ziegler studio are revisiting small dishes and big recipes with their graphic sauce. Screen printing, embossing, gilding and cutting are all utensils and ingredients used to plunge visitors into a world of delight.
Cléo Charuet, art director of Cléoburo and the designers Caroline Ziegler and Pierre Brichet teamed up to create outstanding workshop series, with the main theme being “eat, print, love”.
Held out at Imprimerie du Marais’ screen-printing workshop, they have explored design, paper and ink how it all just clicks! On the menu, five dishes – split up into each graphic design ingredient – have been transformed from posters to object, thanks to GF Smith’s Colorplan papers and the know-how of the Imprimerie.
"Held out at Imprimerie du Marais' screen-printing workshop, they have explored design, paper and ink."
From the paper materials and graphics imagined by Cléoburo, studio BrichetZiegler drew a collection of objects and paper furniture.
A pencil rack, a tray, a display stand, a thin shelf, a basket, a tablet, a dividing screen and a lamp. Papers are rolled, waved, folded or cut on MDF structure pieces, and resume the universe of Cléo’s posters.
Materials: paper and MDF
Photographies: Jean-Luc Maby (graphics and exhibition), Baptiste Heller (stillife)
Eat, print, love at Imprimerie du Marais with CléoBuro, Studio BrichetZiegler and GF Smith papers