“These Things Take Time”: The Online Sanctuary of Loïc Sattler – Design You Trust

“These Things Take Time”: The Online Sanctuary of Loïc Sattler

Loïc Sattler aka Lysergid is an über-passionate creative, born and raised in France, graduated in Digital Design and currently working as a Digital Art & Design Director in Geneva. Since 2002 he worked with Brands like Adidas,VW, Coca-Cola, Microsoft, Leica to name a few. Currently working in Berlin.

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