Frog’s Game

The frog’s game is a serie of illustrations for the French Institute that illustrate the expressions of all over the world. Frog’s game, French Institute, 2019 More information on Frog’s game website  

Animated Chronicles

Animated Chronicles is a series of 20 illustrations that come alive in augmented reality, revealing different aspects of the daily life in Japan by Thomas Pons and adapt in AR by Julie Stephen Chheng. Realized like a diary throughout their residency at Villa Kujoyama in 2016 in Kyoto, these animated notes tell about different themes… Read More

the Postal Train

The Little Postal Train launches a new collection of animated postcards. A unique experience combining the Do-It-Yourself with new technologies! A box with 25 pre-cut forms which present an infinite range of possible combinations. You can assemble your own postcard! Send it to a friend; thanks to the free application Moving Cards, they’ll discover a… Read More


Uramado is augmented pop-ups with virtual contents inspired by japonese windows. These pop-ups are foldable in a book and it is composed with three layers of papers. Therefore, according to the combinaisons of these layers, it can tell different stories. At night, these pop-up become little lanterns and reveals other animations in augmented reality. Uramado,… Read More

Fenêtres de Papier – Hermès

Paper Windows is a series of 18 windows displays for Hermes in Tokyo. The idea is to produce media art that utilizes technology to highlight the value of the analog. For this exhibition they have created a three-dimensional dollhouse using Bis Repetita, the new Hermès autumn/winter 2017 origami and wrapping paper. When you look through… Read More

Uramado AR

Uramado is a treasure hunt route in augmented reality by Julie Stephen Chheng. It tells the story of Tanukis which are spirits of the forest waking up in the city. Animals are placed in different places of the appointed area, outside and inside, more or less hidden, in different sizes (up to 4 meters). The… Read More