Often referred to as set design or stage design, scenography is a multifaceted art form that encompasses the creation of theatrical, film, or event environments. It involves the meticulous arrangement of elements such as props, scenery, lighting, and sound to evoke a particular atmosphere or convey a narrative. Scenographers creativity lies behind these immersive worlds, blending artistic vision with practicality to bring stories to life on stage or screen.

Scenography requires a blend of creativity and practicality. Jérôme Signori begins by sketching his ideas, presenting them to clients for approval before proceeding to create detailed models. His hands-on involvement doesn’t stop there; he oversees the final stages of the project, ensuring that every detail aligns with his artistic vision and exceeds expectations.

In essence, Jérôme Signori exemplifies the essence of scenography—a harmonious blend of creativity, craftsmanship, and collaboration, transforming spaces into captivating worlds that leave a lasting impression.

Scenography Jönssonligan på Kollo, Jérôme Signori
Scenography sketch of Kolmården entrance


As a preparatory step, the process begins with sketching the decor. Adding colors. This is the manual part. Once the client is satisfied, it’s onto the next step.

Spa at Vildmarkshotell Kolmården, model scenography


Sometimes the project requires a modell but not always. The next step is scenography, where I am on-site and oversee the entire project. Visiting workshops, carpenters, painters, and others involved in the project to ensure that everything progresses as it should.

Scenography, Kolmården entrance

Final result

I add the final touches to the project. Not everyone usually does this, but I want to ensure that the end result is the best it can be.”


Decor painting adds various styles to indoor spaces, allowing individuals to express their preferences. By skillfully applying different techniques, rooms acquire a distinctive atmosphere that blends artistic creativity with design expertise.


Jérôme has worked as a designer on numerous feature films such as ”Krakel Spektakel,” ”Den utvalde,” ”Zingo,” ”2 Lilla Jönsson Ligan,” and ”Eldsjälen.”

He has also contributed to TV series, theater productions, and music videos including works by Magnus Lindgren, Mando Diao, The Kooks, René, Madrugada – Claudia Phillips, and Ivanoffgruppen.

In the commercial sector, he has collaborated with Burger Kings, T home, H & M, Tiger of Sweden, Rädda Barnen, Ramlösa, Paper mint, Krisprolls, AXE, Diplomis, and Veikkaus Joulukalenteri.


Jérôme has worked as model maker on the the movie Delicatessen.

Delicatessen” is a 1991 French black comedy film directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and Marc Caro.

Set in a post-apocalyptic world where food is scarce, the story follows a former clown who becomes the handyman of an apartment building owned by a butcher.


In the realm of design and art, concepts act as the fundamental ideas or themes that steer the development and understanding of visual creations. They offer a structure for artists and designers to articulate their visions, convey meanings, and stir emotions through their artistic endeavors.


When I was still living with my parents, I built a string puppet theatre. I wrote the script and then made the sets and puppets. My friends and family were the first spectators of my performances. So there was already a need to tell stories. This time they didn’t have to be funny, they had to be exciting. I was discovering a new way of telling stories.

I then moved on to the next stage, making animated puppet films. A whole new world opened up for me.

Film and theatre sets followed almost logically.