Calotype

Portraits - Calotype

// Agency: Your Majesty
// Role: Design

Paradoxal

Branding and identity for "American Museum of Natural History"
"A" symbolized America and I drew inspiration from growth rings of a tree. The main concept of this project is accumulation of information about nature and culture.

// personal project
// not for commercial use

Situation

// personal project
// not for commercial use

Black & White

Poster design for the modern chair exhibition at Museum of Modern Art. The poster symbolizes people sitting on a chair.

// personal project
// not for commercial use

Broquante

Invitation design for Metropolitan Museum

// personal project
// not for commercial use

La Défense

// Agency: Your Majesty
// Role: Design

freedom

Branding and identity for "Other Press" Other press is a publishing company. I created its logos that changes every time to show different perspectives.

// personal project
// not for commercial use

Lightness of Being

// Agency: Your Majesty
// Role: Design, Animation

Contacts

Branding and identity for universal news - The logo symbolized linkages and a magnet to attract the information.

// personal project
// not for commercial use

Photogramme

Children's book design aimed to give a new look to a classic well-known fairy tale. It shows contrast between the slow and fast ways to present words through embroidery and computer to tell the story of the tortoise and the hare.

// personal project
// not for commercial use

The Daily - house units

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// Agency: Your Majesty
// Role: Design

Picture Magazine

A picture picks a part of the scenery. To emphasize the meaning, I used viewfinder and highlighted "pic" using the main color in the picture of cover.

Photographer: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Elina Brotherus, Franco Fontana
// personal project
// not for commercial use

© Audrey Palacin

Cure Ring

// personal project
// not for commercial use

If you can't read it, it doesn't exist

Invitation design as a flipbook for Gagosian gallery focused on the title of the exhibition 'If you can't read it, It doesn't exist'

// personal project
// not for commercial use

coming soon

// personal project
// not for commercial use