Founded in 2007 by Léonard Vernhet and Thomas Subreville, Ill-Studio is a multidisciplinary design agency based in Paris, France. Whether for personal or commission, the duo along with luminaries Nicolas Malinowsky, Thierry Audurand, Pierre Dixsautm, and Sebastien Michelini, ring around various creative arenas, such as graphic design, photography, art direction, and motion design. Ill-Studio's client list includes Nike, Cire Trudon, LVMH, and Domus and as time prospers, we can only see their roster grow to great heights.
Photography for l’Officiel magazine’s 90th birthday with clothing by minimalist brand Jil Sander.
A tribute to the late visionary architect Richard Buckminster Fuller, the Geodesic Installation at Premiere Vision Exhibition in Paris debuted in 2009.
Art direction for L'Annuel magazine, "a cultural almanach of short-term perspective thinking," published by Sound Pellegrino, 2012.
Art direction for Le Colette magazine's issue #10, 2012.
A quintet of various shoes and trio of pencil holders fill the inside.
Art direction and set design for French fashion designer Christophe Lemaire's collection in collaboration with Bean Pole, 2012.
Identity for the "Public Domaine" exhibition at La Gaîté Lyrique, a digital arts and modern music centre in Paris.
Typography and logo design for Supreme designer Luke Meier's shoes in collaboration with Vans Syndicate, 2010.
A full look at the Vans Syndicate x Luke Meier's collaboration shoe.
A self-published book, Moodcyclopedia: Encyclopedia of influence, houses a bevy of the design agency's projects and inspiration. Comes in an edition of 500.
A pair of "incomplete open legs," photographed for Louis Vuitton.
Cover illustration for Domus magazine's macro/micro landscape issue, 2010.