Jean Jullien at Analogue

Analogue Books in Edinburgh plays host to a new show from French designer, Jean Jullien. Knock Knock, which has a horror theme, runs until November 14

Analogue Books in Edinburgh plays host to a new show from French designer, Jean Jullien. Knock Knock, which has a horror theme, runs until November 14…

Jullien is originally form Nantes but now lives and works in London, where he is currently studying at the Royal College of Art. He has worked with clients such as The New York Times, The Guardian, Print Magazine, Threadless, Last.fm, and The Big Chill. 

For his Analogue show, Knock Knock, Jullien is apparently reinterpreting the horror genre, with help from creepy sounds from the musician, Niwouinwouin.

Featured here is a selection of illustrative work from his website, jeanjullien.com – including a brand new series of five folded paper characters, Family, shown above – while the two photographs (shown bottom) are from his recent show in September at La Galerie des Arts Graphiques, Paris.

There’s a small Flickr set of Jullien installing his latest exhibition in Edinburgh, here.

From Jullien’s Lyrics book

From his recent solo show at La Galerie des Arts Graphiques, Paris

Analogue Books
102 West Bow
Edinburgh
EH1 2HH
UK
Mon-Sat, 10am-5.30pm
 

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