NAPO PEOPLE is a creative collective that believes in togetherness and changing the flow. Born from the collaborative practice of Swiss designers and art directors Régis Tosetti and Simon Palmieri, NAPO PEOPLE provides 360-degree creative services in collaborative, commissioned, and self-initiated projects for art, fashion and culture.

Translating reality and life experiences into visual communication, the scope of our expertise ranges from editorial design, to brand art and creative direction, to graphic, logo and type design, to digital content. With offices in Paris and Berlin, we work with high-profile brands, collaborators and clients worldwide.

Selected Clients

Régis Tosetti

Is a Swiss Art Director and graphic designer living and working in Paris. After graduating from ECAL / University of Art and Design Lausanne in 2005, where he later also lectured, he established his graphic design studio in Zurich. In 2007 he moved to London to take part in the redesign of the corporate identity of Toyota Motor Europe. He later worked with James Goggin (Practise Studio) for clients such as Tate Modern and Phaidon until 2009 and became Art Director for fashion designer Christopher Raeburn. Ever since Régis has focused on his own studio practice and started to collaborate with Swiss designer Simon Palmieri under the name NAPO PEOPLE. In addition to it, he became a consultant after he was invited by the Italian fashion brand Moncler to act as their Art Director consultant in 2013. From 2019 to 2021 he was Creative Director consultant for the French luxury group ÆRA NOVA. Since 2022 he is Art Director of the outdoor brand NNormal, founded by footwear company Camper and mountain athlete Kilian Jornet.
Régis Tosetti
53 Boulevard de la Villette
75010 Paris

Simon Palmieri

Is a Swiss art director and graphic designer working and living in Berlin. In 2007 he graduated in graphic design and visual communication from Basel School of Design (FHNW Academy of Art and Design). After his graduation he joined the Ludovic Balland Typography Cabinet in Basel, where he worked on a variety of projects, such as developing the identity and publications of the 5th Berlin Biennale of Contemporary Art, the Herzog & De Meuron monograph, as well as the redesign of the identity for Stadt Kino Basel. In 2010, Simon met Régis Tosetti in London and has since collaborated with him on numerous projects for international clients in the fields of art, fashion and culture. 
Simon Palmieri
Gürtelstrasse 25
10437 Berlin