Antonin Sorel, an artist and self-taught designer, was born in Montreal in 1971. Between 2001 and 2009, he works with collective KEZACO INC., a company specializing in the design of objects and spaces, as well as the organization of on-location events. Since 2009, he works under the brand Antonin Sorel Design to create urban furniture and design, both public and private. His most recent realizations include the interior design of Foxy Restaurant (with Eric Filteau and his team from MO Design Workshop & Architecture), as well as the design of fashion store Les Étoffes. He also works in theater and cinema, assuming the role of artistic director on movie productions by Karim Hussein, Vanya Rose and Sophie Deraspe. In theater, he designs the scenography for a number of shows created by actor, author and director Marie Brassard, among which The Glass Eye, La Fureur de ce que je pense and Dissidences, alumni project of l’École régionale des acteurs de Cannes.