Damien Tran and Marion Jdanoff meet in Berlin in 2011 and discover that they share the same drive and energy toward screen printing. Multiplying projects together, they decide to formalize their partnership in 2013 by creating Palefroi, a framework which embraces all of their practices, the self-publishing of books and prints in particular, but also sporadic concert organization. Palefroi is also the name they use to sign all of their pieces as a duo. Tran and Jdanoff constantly go back and forth between their individual and their collective work. Their language as a duo is at the crossroads of their respective worlds. One is formal and abstract, the other narrative and figurative. Over the years, the boundaries have become more and more porous, slowly building a form of cohabitation which takes shape in a wide, rugged landscape. Wolves run alongside a pictorial research on texture brutality. Both of them sum up their current influences like this: prehistorical drawings and xeroxed punk flyers. Palefroi is attached to a form of harshness in the lines, to generous proliferation, to spontaneity and to maintaining a certain distance and ambiguity in their relationship to art. They have a self-taught fascination for other autodidacts and prefer doing over stopping to look back at something achieved.