The House of Van Gogh

L´Auberge Ravoux, in a small village outside Paris, was the last place Vincent van Gogh lived. Here he painted 70 paintings in 70 days, many of which are considered to be masterpieces. The Auberge is a National Monument and receives hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. It has an excellent kitchen based on the dishes Van Gogh ate when living there. Ralston & Bau created the visual identity for La Maison de Van Gogh and delivered Art Direction for all supporting communication over five years. In 2000 a successful food/art book for Artisan, a NYC publisher, was designed: Van Gogh’s Table .