Swiss artist François Chalet started as a comic drawer and illustrator until he began to remodel his skills for the computer. From then on he designed flyers and album covers and his inimitable way of interweaving comic figures and modern computer graphics into stories has brightened up MTV campaigns, illustrated magazines (from jetzt! to Harper´s Bazaar), ads and websites. François Chalet´s style has become a trademark, inspiring other graphic designers to take the creative challenge of developing an own metaphorical language – and is very fun. The book does not only show this well-known side of his, but gives insight into the working methods and ideas of graphic conceptions which often blend with his illustrations. Chalet is happy, colourful, funky and at the same time , like the Büro Destruct book, a universal statement on the way-of-life.