Visual identity, website and recruitment campaign for Zenith, an international PHD program in Neuroscience Funded by the European Union.


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A bad habit loop in competition for, Window theme.

Music: Philippe Wyart
Architecture: Septembre

“Be Simple”

Live drawings during a workshop organized to celebrate the distinguished scientific career of Françoise Brochard and her contribution to our understanding ofbiological matter from the perspective of soft matter physics (liquid crystals, polymers, (de)wetting and hydrodynamics). 

Vincent Benzoni, PhD student
at Ph0. GIF for "Beautiful Science".


Visual identity for Claire Wyart’s Lab on their research in the mechanisms and principles of sensory motor integration. In the need to bring the science alive, in accordance with the research, the creative concept of the logotype is summarized as a Stimulus, under which a stimulation-responsive logotype is trigger by pressing the key [s]. 

Visite the website and press S, S, S again and again! 

Reissner Fiber for Current Biology


NÄSTA (Swedish for “next”) is a yearly design workshop by Ikea’s product development team in Asia. In the run-up to 20th anniversary of Ikea’s presence in China, the workshop encourages young designers to search for inspirations through field studies, as an attempt to fulfill the future needs for better and sustainable co-living in the wake of rapid progress of urbanization worldwide.


Visual for Damien Woods from the Hamilton Institute & Dept of Computer Science. Research focus on "programming" DNA molecules to carry out computations using self-assembly. Researcher Specify DNA strands that "grow" into Boolean circuits. Allowing programmer to implement millions of possible circuits. 

Want to know more about this topic, check Damien’s website!

Opening title for Sony Explorer Program. A creative collaboration with three young Chinese designers tasked to hijack the brand product from their initial function.

Integrating time from experience
in lateral entorhinal cortex.

Poster for Albert Tsao’s research on how time becomes represented in one's memories. How do you have a sense of both when some episode in life happened, as well as how long the episode lasted for.

“Sight, smell, touch, taste, and hearing are relatively easy to isolate in the brain. They have discrete functions that rarely overlap: it’s hard to describe the taste of a sound, the color of a smell, or the scent of a feeling. But a sense of time is threaded through everything we perceive.”