Graphic design of the products and design of the volumes by Mazarine Pascalie Design.
A team of 30 experts, with a singular creative approach, collaborates with brands to evolve their visual identity and create innovative designs for their products and packaging. Thanks to our expertise in design volume, materials and industrial constraints, we explore the latest innovations while following ecodesign principles.
Beforehand, the agency also contributes to strategic thinking and defining the brand platform as well as product naming. Whether in the ultra luxury, premium or mass market, our knowledge of each and their trends means we can help all brands, be they leading or niche.
Mazarine Pascalie Design created the makeup collection’s monogram and designed the product collection.
Expressing the Shu Uemura spirit: the luxury of purity, modern and artistic. Inspired by the traditional Japanese seal 印鑑, which represents the founder's first name in kanji, meaning "excellence".
Alongside Shu Uemura, we designed make-up products with pureness, very geometric shapes, playing on intense matte or glossy blacks. We also created the monogram 秀 "shu" to become the brand's emblem.
Numéro Homme 46
In this issue of Numéro Homme 46, Autumn-Winter 2024, French rapper Orelsan breaks all records, one by one.
As one of the ambassadors of the Gris Dior fragrance, he takes part in a no-holds-barred interview. Back to Paris for a chat with young prima ballerina Guillaume Diop, singer Pierre de Maere and Chinese pianist Lang Lang, who collaborated with Pharrell Williams on his first Louis Vuitton show.
Also featured is the legendary Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, who reveals his latest project for the Gagosian gallery and talks frankly about his impending demise.
Then, Numéro Homme embarks on a journey to the four corners of the globe, meeting British actor Charlie Heaton in New York, and visiting the family home of Ferdinand Von Habsburg-Lothringen in Salzburg. Before heading for southern Italy, where art photographer Pieter Hugo witnessed the bloody ritual of Holy Week in two small Calabrian towns.