“A Domicile” collector posters

Since the start of the season, and for each match at La Meinau, Racing has entrusted the responsibility of designing a collector’s match poster to a local artist. Discover the posters relating to the first part of the season which can be found in our official stores and on our online store.

Racing-AS Monaco – J1

Artist: Mael Tanovan

Description of the creation by the artist:
It’s the return of heroes for our Strasbourg residents. After a season full of emotions, the Alsatians are starting their season against AS Monaco. This poster aims to promote the determination of the players, the passion and admiration that children have for them, whom they see as their heroes. A strong and united Racing generation with an eternal heart. »

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Racing-Stade de Reims – D3

Artist: Victor Fedele

Description of the creation by the artist:
“I was mainly inspired by the world of Japanese anime and manga, characterized in particular by the “supernatural” dimension found there. I wanted to represent a fictional character in which everyone can find themselves: player or supporter. The character, through the supernatural register of the drawing, reflects the power, the determination and the desire for victory of the whole team. »

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Racing-FC Nantes – D5

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Artist: Shek Tanovan

Description of the creation by the artist:
“I called this work ‘Vaincre’. She embodies for me the love of supporters for their club, the strength of character of the supporters that Meinau can bring together. A true love, one that triumphs lastingly. It makes it possible to overcome the obstacles, the difficulties, the fear and the defeats that time has always imposed on it. »

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Racing-Clermont Foot 63 – J7

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Artist: Timothée Ostermann

Description of the poster by the artist:
“This poster uses the codes of my favorite minor art: comics. »

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Racing-Stade Rennais – D9

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Artist: Rodriguo Morales Pomorat

Description of the poster by the artist:
“Titled “aporrhaxis2.0. », This poster refers to aporrhaxis, one of the closest ancestors of modern football then practiced in Sparta. It symbolizes footwork, which has constantly pushed the physical limits of the human body. »

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Racing-Lille OSC – J11

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Artist: Amoor

Description of the poster by the artist:
“For this poster, I wanted to transcribe an emotion in the direction of the fans. I wanted to promote the players with the slogan so dear to the hearts of supporters “We are not eleven but thousands” with the aim of making it a classic that we want to hang up at home. The retro and heritage aspect is intended to give it a purely authentic character. »

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Racing-Olympique de Marseille – J13

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Artist: Jak Umbdenstock

Description of the creation by the artist:
“I tried here to represent a duel in the spirit of the famous manga “Olive&Tom”, but more cartoonish, with, for actors, two birds. On one side the stork, symbol of our region and Racing, on the other, a seagull in reference to Marseille. »

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Racing-FC Lorient – ​​J15

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Artist: Skirt

Description of the poster by the artist:
“Using the codes and other geometric shapes that define my work, I made this poster. This variation of elements forms a dynamic composition where the soccer ball finds a central place. »

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Racing-ESTAC Troyes – J17

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Artist: Amoor

Description of the poster by the artist:
“My inspiration of course came from the colors of the clubs to create an abstract background of geometric shapes. The latter characterize my style as well as the eyes, a type of black and white portrait almost ubiquitous in my works. The eyes can evoke the spectacle side of the match seen by the supporter or the eyes of the player determined to win. The textures of flags or tifos are there to illustrate football. »

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“A Domicile” collector posters