Marie-Mam Sai Bellier (1994) is a graphic and type designer, art director and editor. Her practice revolves around typography, its history, and its relationship with publications both within traditional and avant-garde. She invokes typography within visual arts and writing, through various research projects where History and Zeitgeist are naturally intertwined. She obtained a MA in Graphic Design with honors at the School of Fine Arts of Lyon in 2017; whereupon she won the Renaud Foundation Price the same year. Since, she co-directs the publishing house Diorama Publishing alongside with Guillaume Sbalchiero and publishes the typographic magazine Revue Diorama, which introduced in 2020 the distribution of its fonts within Diorama Type Foundry. She considers the text as an image, as a subject, but also as a historical witness of its time. Her practice as a type designer and researcher is vividly present within her commissioned projects of graphic design. By conceiving visual identities for fashion, music, gaming, cinema, art, and more, her work witnesses a singular and tailor-made aesthetic, in which the text is always seen as an essence caring the story and sculpting the silhouette of a word, empowering its meaning.