Colette x GAP Products – Part 2

By - August 28th, 2008

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Genevi ¨ve Gauckler x Eric Elms

http://freshnessmag.com/v4/2008/08/23/colette-x-gap-products/” target=”_blank”>Last week you’ve seen a preview of the Colette x GAP products that will be offered at the http://nitrolicious.com/blog/2008/06/25/colette-x-gap-pop-up-store-in-new-york/” target=”_blank”>pop-up store in New York starting on September 6th through October 10th. More product images has unveiled…GAP Customized, GAP Grey Jersey, Paris x NYC Tees and Colette x GAP Souvenirs. The Paris x NYC Tees are “a special collection of Gap T-shirts, a group of Paris-based artists have come up with design concepts that a group of New York artists completed”.

More pics after the jump…

Paris x NYC Tees

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Andr © x Neckface

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Artus x Peter Arkle

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Artus x Peter Arkle

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Jean-Philippe Delhomme x Ruben

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Thomas L ©lu x Tobias Wong

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Miss Tic x Claw Money

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Miss Tic x Claw Money (back)

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Alexis Mabille

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Repetto

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Andr ©

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Anne-Marie Herckes

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Anne-Marie Herckes

Colette x GAP Products   Part 2
Colette x GAP Souveniers

For more than 10 years, Florence Deygas and Olivier Kuntzel have four-handedly created a noteworthy graphic design universe, with just enough of that French “je ne sais quoi” to make the international graphic design community envious.

The duo’s secret: their magic software program is in their brains! Drawing takes precedence over everything but often morphs into animation, and a witty spirit typifies many of their collaborations today. Some examples include Winney, their kindly bull, Caperino & Peperone, a pair of pictographic yet playful dogs, and the title credits for Stephen Spielberg’s film “Catch Me If You Can”.

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