Antoinette Poisson, that's Vincent Farelly, Julie Stordiau (trained in the National Heritage Institute of Paris) and Jean-Baptiste Martin (restoration masters at the Sorbonne university). They met on restoration works in Paris and decided to create Antoinette Poisson in 2012. From the beginning they felt like creating "domino" paper just like it was made in the 18th century. The paper is handmade in Jacques Bréjoux's mill, one of the last old-style paper mills (which gained international attention). A paper that's very similar to the rag paper you could see in the 17th and 18th centuries. The patterns, prints and paintings are all handmade, with all of the patience and precision that demands, in their Parisian workshop.