Pre-2008, the Tsé-Tsé still lived in the wild, a nomad, with little significant development.Then, a fundamental step in the history of its evolution: he moved in to a small cardboard shanty!
Puis, survient une étape primordiale dans l'histoire de son évolution: il s'installe dans une petite cabane de carton!
Monsieur Tsé-Tsé’s house is built in Montreal, in cardboard made with 100% post-consumer materials. It was dreamed up by Annie Lachapelle—atelier chinotto—and decorated by Isabelle Arsenault.
In 2009, it won the grand prize at Grafika in the “Packaging – single piece” category. (We’re getting serious here, aren’t were?!)