Spread from the article "New Traditions to be Made" in Convergence #3

Previously a print magazine, Convergence is now a free monthly newsletter sharing news, exhibitions, and publications on Indigenous and diasporic arts from around the world.

As a magazine, Convergence was sold in museum shops in France and the U.S., including the Musée du Louvre, Centre Pompidou, Palais de Tokyo, and Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac.

Co-founder and Art director

Digital and print magazine (A4, 120 pages, English & French)

Project duration

Design tools
InDesign and Photoshop


Bringing Convergence to life has been a huge challenge, as our goal with Convergence was to break with the tendency of using dark, mysterious, or antiquated themes for non-Western art, often through an anthropological rather than artistic lens. In contrast, I wanted to visually express that indigenous arts from around the world are vibrant, diverse, complex, relevant to all, and very much thriving.

Convergence #3 for sale at the Musée du Louvre bookstore

The intent of this design is to help catch the eye of readers who may not have thought that the arts of Africa, Americas, Asia, and Oceania were their cup of tea. And, last but not least, I hope that this visual identity helps showcase these arts and artists in the way that they should be celebrated.

Mockup of Convergence #2, its cover and its foreword