In May 2017, Small Studio completed a residency at the René Cassin College in Baume les Dames. A week during which the students were able to work with him on the notions of civism, the values of the republic, etc. The exercise began with a collective drafting of a school charter (a kind of charter of the rights of the child, applied to the students) that they formulated with their words from about fifteen notions proposed by the artist (respect, listening, etc.). After that, Small Studio proposed to illustrate and represent these notions from a formal work based on a grid. The students translated their sentences into pictograms, in the idea of constituting a universal language. The different pictograms were then classified by color code (respect: blue/ obligation: yellow/ prohibition: orange) before being transposed on a wall, relying on the same grid principle… to scale x10 this time! The result remains visible today in mural painting at the college René Cassin de Baume les Dames.
Tblr * one / Small Studio is a graphic artist with minimal and refined creations. He draws his inspiration from the world of urban art, illustration, publishing and is also interested in printing processes. His approach is at the crossroads of graphic design, typographic drawing, illustration and mural painting.