Graphic designer Jeanne Triboul took care of the colourful visual identity of Césure, a place in Paris dedicated to the transmission of knowledge and skills. For this purpose, she also designed the logotype [using Fat Albert, see comments] and a set of monoline black and white illustrations. The whole identity has been conceived using the Pachinko font family (designed by Émilie Rigaud), from the posters on site to the signage, from the website to the social media communication.
Césure is a 25,000m² workspace that has hosted more than 190 structures and 2,000 students since the summer of 2022. It has become a testing ground to invent new ways of learning from each other. Césure has opened its doors to the public in the spring of 2023 around a cultural and festive program, with a cafeteria, a 1000m² Grand Plateau, an amphitheater, an interior courtyard and many other spaces to discover.
Hi Robin, Emilie wrote that Jeanne Triboul designed the logotype, and I initially assumed it was custom drawn. On second look, it’s using a font: “Césure” is in caps from the solid style of Fat Albert. Originally designed by Raz Cruz for Schaedler, it’s available in digital form as Fat Albert BT.