YamanoteYamanote, an ongoing poster project by two Swiss designers, Julien Mercier and Julien Wulff.

I actually wanted to go out for a drink but when I found the submission by Julien Mercier and Julien Wulff in my inbox, I was completely stoked and I decided to publish their amazing project immediately. The two Tokyo based Swiss graphic designers are currently working on a unique poster project to explore all the 29 stations of the Yamanote line that loops through downtown Tokyo by creating a poster for each station. 2 posters with 2 different visions inspired by the local neighborhood are presented during a small-scale exhibition in a local venue. The project is still running and they did already 11 stations. Just have a look below. To stay updated on the project, please visit their website or follow them on Instagram and Facebook.

Akihabara poster.
Akihabara poster.
Second version for the Akihabara station.
Second version for the Akihabara station.
Graphics from the YamanoteYamanote Poster Project by Swiss designers Julien Mercier and Julien Wulff.
Graphics from the YamanoteYamanote poster project by Swiss designers Julien Mercier and Julien Wulff.
An image from the Shinagawa exhibition.
An image of the two Swiss designers from the Shinagawa exhibition.

All images © by Julien Mercier and Julien Wulff. Do not hesitate to find more inspiring work in our popular Graphic Design category. On WE AND THE COLOR we feature outstanding projects developed by talented graphic designers and leading studios from around the globe.

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