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HU2 Design was created in 2007 in the cold of London. HU2 has not only created a style of illustration that today is its trademark, but also donated a new purpose for the drawings and wall stickers in the home. The result is a collection of environmentally friendly stickers, murals and decorative accessories for the home. This company HU2 was founded a few years ago in London by a young Frenchman, Antoine Tesquier Tedeschi who wanted to create a design that combined beauty and sustainability. The social issue and the protection of nature are the basis of every product created by this company. Starting from the materials used for the images, the goal was always to remind everyone that we only have this planet in which to live and we cannot ignore our duty to take care of it. Just as we must take care of all people, especially of those in need, the idea of eco-social cannot be separated. The simplicity of the style in comics was chosen as the soul and imprinted on all their products. The company is commercial and makes no mystery of it, it is able to carry on its business while managing to convey values. For ethical reason it does not have a working relationship with oil companies that produce weapons or carry out animal experiments. Also it never undertakes or give political or religious support, so as to fully respect the decisions of each individual.
ANTOINE TESQUIER GERMAN
A French man who relocated to London, Antoine Tesquier Germans or Tes-Ted is formed at the Ecole Superieure de Commerce (ESCE). Once he graduated he started designing for L'Oreal, Diesel and Armani Cosmetics which were founded at the same time as the HU2, and for whom he created the original and fun designs. Appointed by the most important magazines in the world, its products have appeared in publications dedicated to interior design: such as Elle Décoration and Mocoloco. He is an award-winning artist and participated in several international exhibitions, he is also involved in charity. His ethical and sustainable approach is now a TEDTalk.
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