We are ZEUGL, two French creatives conceptualising and making band identities, record sleeves, music videos, VJing and everything else musicians might need to further their project visually.
We mosty collaborate with bands, record labels and collectives (previous clients include: L’impératrice, Moodoïd, Caandides, Iñigo Montoya!, Michelle Blades, Cracki records, Alter-K, Kindergarten, …) to create:
• band identities & logos
• record sleeves
• music videos
• VJing sets
• Spotify canvases
• instagram filters
Our graphic practice consists in adapting our work process specifically to a project’s ambition and aura. Rather than applying a pre-made formula or style, we closely collaborate and discuss with the band and/or label to generate an aesthetic and a technique that is tailored to each project, leading us to achieve a diversity of forms.
Do not hesitate to take a look at our online portfolio (zeugl.net) to see more work and feel free to get in touch if you have any question.
Click the 'Contact' above to get in touch. Looking forward to hearing from you.
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Very good experience with Zeugl. Very professional and cool !
The work of Gabriel and Lolita speaks for itself. I'll just add that they're patient, imaginative and hardworking. Also, always keen to propose smart ways to give your ideas the birth they deserve.
As Inigo Montoya, we've been working with Zeugl from the start, and that must be the best choice we've ever made. First of all, there is their human side, soft and reassuring; they are younger than us but already have a great wisdom and always lifts us up when we encounter failure. Professionally they're able to find a concept very quickly and to realize it with drawings, 3d, animation ... or lights too. And what's great is that they don't deviate from this concept, they have a die-hard side that suits us well.
Gabriel and Lolita are very talented and hard-workers. It was an amazing experience to work with them. They are patient and have a lot of ideas, they can do anything : drawing, painting, videos, graphic design, and 3D. We have made 2 projects of music covers with them and it was always a success.
Interview with ZEUGL
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Flexibility and versatility are definitely something we want to highlight. Our input to a project goes beyond making artworks (even though we also obviously enjoy that part of the process), thinking up concepts together with artists and bringing them to life in various styles is what consitutes our identity as creatives and we think that the eclectism of our work is a reflection of that process.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Our work process always starts with a conversation with the artists or labels to define what their exact needs are. Not everyone is able to articulate their graphic needs clearly so we are here to help them frame their idea and intention and to guide them. Then, we will start drawing up ideas and strategies tailored to what came out of the first discussion and fine-tune the final outcome together with the artists.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: We usually create the visual part of a musical project. Depending on the collaboration and the artist we can conceptualise an identity that will become a toolbox for the musicians, or make the record cover, the social networks banners and music videos in line with the idea (as it is the case for Caandides, Iñigo Monotoya or Pion). We can also work on one specific piece of artwork such as a cover or a music video.