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Sebastien Roux (aka Superdeux) was born and raised in the south of France, worked and studied in Paris, and resides now in San Francisco California. Sebastien began his career as a designer over 10 years ago, working in interior design for 2 years and later developed his career in multimedia design. In 2001, he launched his career as a freelance graphic designer.

He currently produces work in: motion graphics, character design, identity design, toy design and everything that need strong and meaningful design. Urban/Pop culture and its ever-changing faces are the inspirational elements for his project development and designs.
Superdeux’s work has appeared in books and magazines in france, Germany, Hong Kong, Australia, the US, Canada and has been commissioned by clients such as: MTV, Universal Pictures, KidRobot, Red Magic, EA Sports, Sony, Comedy Central, Rockstar Games, 2k, Nickelodeon… (see clients list)
Also creator of the Stereotype toys and the BSHIT brand/art concept. Sebastien Roux has worked in collaboration with talented forces including Phunk Studio, 123Klan, Stardust, Genevieve Gauckler, Bill Mc Mullen, Staple design, Interspectacular, Pictoplasma and TED to pursue his goal of exploring various mediums of communicating the urban sensibility.

TED Global, MTV, Universal Picture, KidRobot, Namco/Bandai, EA Sports, Sony Playstation, Comedy Central, Rockstar Games, 2k by Gingham, Nickelodeon, Audi, Samsung, Hugo Boss, Adidas, Sesame Street, Corbis, Pepsi Cola, Channel 4…

Polly Synth (video) PollySynth is a multiplayer polyphonic synthesizer. Synthesizer voices are visualized as members of the PollySynth gang. Players fly these guys around and create audio havoc just by loading a website on their mobile and playing with the controls.