A Poster for the Apartments

A Poster for the Apartments


An evening with the apartments.
The evening visits, the apartments, these names will not let you indifferent. While having a French tour, the delicate songwriter (and away for so long) Peter Walsh invites himself at Dezzig.
In June 2012, Emmanuel Tellier (leader of the “49 Swimming Pools” quartet) asks to graphic designers Pascal Blua and Zig to create together a “collector” poster for the French tour of his friend Peter Walsh. After a career punctuated with silences and disappearances, it is said: “The apartments” comes back with new songs.
When he discovered the poster, Peter sent to us this message: “Well, Pascal and Stéphane, I think it is perfect! A great, imaginative design and I like that it has space in it too. Très élégant!”
Such a reward for their work!
The poster is available on www.dezzig.com website or Etsy (http://www.etsy.com/shop/Dezzig) for $65. It’s a 3 colours screen print, 50 x 70cm on a “book” Rives laid paper 250g. Limited printing of 100 copies, numbered and signed.

It will be available for sale too at the December 3rd concert at the “Bouffes du Nord” Theatre, Paris.
Some of the copies will be signed by Peter Walsh himself.



Dezzig, beautiful screen prints publisher
Screen printing on paper is to graphic design what brush is to painting: An exceptional traditional artistic expression. Dezzig prints in Brittany with a high artistic standard. His goal is simple: to bring closer graphic design and traditional work to go back to the essentials: To make beautiful objects.

Stéphane Constant (aka Zig ) and Pascal Blua are both french graphic designers. Working together produce a better design, so they created great stuff for Dezzig artshop.

Stéphane Constant live in Brittany (France) near Saint-Brieuc, where he founded Dezzig publishing in 2010. Totally fascinated and influenced by great poster makers as Saul Bass, he decided it was time to focus on his personal work. Dezzig is an independent graphic design studio and screenprint wokshop.

Pascal Blua (aka MouseDesign) is a graphic designer living and working in Paris, France. He works on visual identity, cultural and corporate print and web design. He defines himself as a “graphic designer, a mouse tamer and a fine work lover”.