Tiffanie Delune is a French art director based in Paris and London.
Creative at heart, she has been honing her personal aesthetic learning about colour and pattern through the practice of drawing, painting, collage, digital sketching and mixed media.
Tiffanie Delune's first collection of tableware and kitchen linens, Kazumba, is a tribute to her father's hometown in The Democratic Republic of Congo. Tiffanie has drawn inspiration from her mixed heritage and travels — pink flamingos mingle with pineapples dancing on geometric lines and naive prints… All pieces are handmade by a porcelain craftsman in Limoges while the linen and cotton tea towels are printed in a Parisian studio. Launched in May 2016, Kazumba was exhibited at the D'Days Paris 2016 as well as the Paris Design Week 2016, featured in Elle Maison, Domino magazine and on Kim France's Girls of a Certain Age blog and is sold exclusively online and at a selection of stores in France and the US.
Expanding her artistic skills to paper, Tiffanie Delune's 2017 collection, Salines, explores love, flora and fauna through colour, typography and geometric work. The Salines' mood board collects memories from Martinique in the Caribbean Sea, the island of flowers, where she spent summers in her teenage years. Images of exotic details and colourful landscapes are the essence of the new colour palette: ivory, yellow ochre, burnt sienna, red ochre, deep fuchsia, red orange, baby blue and black. The Salines Poster I, the first of a triptych, is an invitation to your heart, mind, body and soul to love and be loved every single day. Screen printed on a thick satin paper in London, each poster of the 50 limited edition is hand signed and numbered by the artist.
Tiffanie Delune also collaborates with a number of clients on brand identity and patterns and is currently designing the new packagings of Truly Wild, a Norwegian Paris-based brand of raw, natural mueslis, porridges, energy bars and crackers.