Marie and Éric Gaspar, who teamed up under ÉricandMarie in 2002, have known each other and worked together since the early days of their Graphic Design education. After an initial qualification in France, they went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts degrees at Central Saint Martins College of Art in London, and extended their Graphic Design training for a further two years, obtaining their MAs from the Royal College of Art.


They have carried out commissions for Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Institut Français, French Culture and Communication Ministry, Villa Noailles in Hyères, Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Royal College of Art, Le musée des Arts décoratifs, Vitra, Atelier Sophie Krier, Cultures France, Mémorial de la Shoah, Maison Rachi de Troyes, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Centre Pompidou-Metz, HYX Publishing, Makkink & Bey Studio, Brynjar Sigurðarson, Zeeuws Museum, Éditions du Chêne, musée d’Art moderne et contemporain de Strasbourg, Musée de Montmartre, Musée Soulages, Miguel Chevalier, Forum des images, Bibliothèque Interuniversitaire de la Sorbonne, Bernard Chauveau Édition, Fondation Giacometti, Musée de la Résistance nationale.


2020 Studio Culture Now - SCN (Unit Editions, ed. Mark Sinclair)
2015 Graphic Design Studios (Sendpoints)
2013 I Used to be a Design Student (Laurence King Publishing)
Graphic Design Studios-Unlimited (Sendpoints)
2012 Chapeau de paille… (Blurb and Chaumont Festival)
One by One (hesign)
2011 The 3D Type Book, Agathe Jacquillat, Tomi Vollauschek (Laurence King Publishing)
The Best Small Design Studios of the World (Sendpoints)
2010 Elephant, no. 4, Autumn 2010, UK
2009 Mise en pages(s), etc., Damien and Claire Gautier (Pyramyd)
Atlas of Graphic Designers, Elena Stanic, Lipavsky Corina (Rockport Publishers)
2008 Fully Booked, Cover Art & Design for Books, Matthias Hubner, Robert Klanten (Gestalten Verlag)
2007 Intramuros, January 2007, no. 128, France
Influences: A Lexicon of Contemporary Graphic Design Practice, Anja Lutz, Anna Gerber, R. Klanten (Gestalten Verlag)
IdN, volume 14, number 5, 2007, Hong Kong
Young European Graphic Designers, Claire Dalquie (Daab)
Materials, Process, Print: Creative Ideas for Graphic Design, Daniel Mason (Laurence King Publishers)
Printwork, Capture the Best Publication and Promotion (Viction:ary)
2006 Idea, May 2006, no. 316, Japan
30 essential typefaces for a lifetime (Rockport Publishers)
2005 More Paperwork, exploring the potential of paper in design and architecture, Nancy Williams (Phaidon)
2004 Idea, January 2004, no. 302, Japan
Items and Frame, January 2004, The Netherlands (supplement)
Novum, August 2004, Germany
Émergence no. 3, October 2004, France
2003 Übersee, issue 3, Summertime, Germany
IdN, volume 10, no. 3, 2003, Hong Kong
Étapes, no. 102, November 2003, France
Sexymachinery, issue 9, winter 2003, UK
2002 Stile, issue 3, Italy
Stile, issue 4, Italy
2001 Sexymachinery, issue 4, winter 2001, UK
D&AD Annual, 2001, UK
1999 Graphics International, issue 68, September 1999, UK


2020 Jury DNA, École Supérieure d’Art et Design de Valence
2020 Jury DNA, École supérieure d'art et de design des Pyrénées
2019 Jury VAE/DNSEP, École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Lyon
2018- Marie teaches graphic design at l'École supérieure d'art et design de Valence
2017 Jury DNSEP Design visuel et graphique, ÉSAD, Orléans
2016 University College Roosevelt, Middelburg, The Netherlands
2015 Atelier Néerlandais, Paris, France
École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France
2008 ESAG Penninghen, Paris, France
2005 Fabrica, Treviso, Italy
2004 La Martinière Diderot-Terreaux, Lyon, France
2003 ESAD, Reims, France


2005 White Cube, Brno, Czech Republic
2001 The Show, Royal College of Art, London
Untitled, Royal College of Art, London
2000 Video Sketch, Royal College of Art, London
1999 Memento Mori, Royal College of Art, London

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Tête de Cavalier, c.550 BC, Musée du Louvre
Princesse de la famille d’Akhénaton, 1345–1337 BC, Musée du Louvre