Marc Armand  has been perfecting his unique vision and aesthetic of vibrant designs since 2008. Through artful design and thoughtful art direction, he creates images, prints, clothes and objects that lie somewhere between post-modernism, pop culture tackiness, digital psychedelia, colorful abstraction and experimental typography.

He has a long list of accomplishments : he leads the visual communication of la villa Noailles art center in Hyères, France ; he runs the visual communication of the new Théâtre13 in Paris ; he is the creative director of the printed french version of Nylon magazine ; he has led various collaborations with Nike as an AD, graphic designer & type researcher ; he has designed patterns for Lacoste, Jean-Paul Goude x Desigual.

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Villa Noailles and recent projects showcased on It’s Nice That.
“(he) certainly continues to wow with his maximalist designs.”
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Nike x FFF project featured on It’s Nice That.
“At the forefront of the innovative design scene (…)”
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Q&A about professional practices with It’s Nice That.
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Workshops, students sponsoring & member of the jury at Institut Français de la Mode in Paris, 2020-2021.

Workshop leading at Duperré art school in Paris, to create with the students Mode3, the magazine of the diplomas, December 2019.

Member of the jury at Duperré’s DSAA Image graduation, June 2019.

Melbourne Art Book Fair, March 2019.
Invited as a collaborator of Tunica Magazine (NYC) to give a talk about Graphic Fashion and to have a stall during the fair.

Graphisme Now #2 at BPI Centre Pompidou, Paris, April 2018.
Co-curator of the exhibition with Maryline Vallez & Côme de Bouchony.

Libros Mutantes Madrid Art Book Fair, April 2017.
Co-curator of the Atlas:France exhibition at La Casa Encendida with Maryline Vallez & Côme de Bouchony, and Kiosque performative exhibition with Côme de Bouchony.

European Lab / Nuits Sonores, Lyon, May 2016.
Invited to a talk about ‘Retromania’ moderated by Pascal Bertin, with Richard Mémeteau & Kiddy Smile.