Providing concepts and images for both real and digital worlds.
We complete our goals by combining different skills and backgrounds, bringing everything we've learned about life on the table. Maxime is one of those guys who like to compare opposite ideas to create new ones. His leitmotiv goes by "Future belongs to those who see possibilities before they become obvious."
Maxime Dardenne studied graphic design and product design in Liège (Belgium) at Saint-Luc. During and after his Bachelor of Arts, he did internships in companies like Brain Magazine, Paris Social Club, Ana Quasoar, Fleximodules and Sweatshop Media. In 2010, he won a visual contest for M.I.A. curated by XL Recordings.In 2012, he contributed to the first edition of "What is the future of architecture?" published by Crap = Good in Berlin. As a freelance designer he worked for Wallonie Design, Studio 22, Pleasure Machines, A.N.D.Y. and Douchka.
2015 was about time to create his own visual research lab VALERIS using next-gen skills to play with real and virtual worlds.