How does one address the works of Jules Verne? What new and more contemporary reading experience of these works can be proposed right up, at times, to the actual visual enigma? Why not with the help of a graphic alphabet, illustrations, moving images, an interactive installation and other colourful reveries dreamed up by Aurelian Jeanney? Simply like this: first, translate some extraordinary journeys into the “graphic codex” imagined by Aurélien Jeanney. A cryptographic alphabet, following strict rules and based on the character “Garaje” designed by Thomas-Huot Marchand. Then illustrate and set these images in motion; then broadcast these animations via a mobile application developed by Guillaume Bertrand. This portfolio is a gateway to these typographical journeys; an entertaining printout that you can animate and decipher using the dedicated mobile application.
Presentation of Aurélien Jeanney’s portfolio and project
Presentation of the participants
Presentation of the graphic codex
Presentation and explanation of the web application
7 images and 7 encrypted quotations, from The Extraordinary Journeys by Jules Verne
21 x 29 cm
20 loose pages in a folder