Jean Jullien is a French artist and illustrator who lives and works in London. His first solo exhibition opens at the Kemistry Gallery in February and deals, appropriately enough, with the subject of communication…
Jullien is a talented observational artist, deftly summing up the particulars of modern technology and how it affects how we interact with each other – from the way that smart phones have become part of our lives (or ours theirs), to the rise of the self-service till at the supermarket.
Jullien graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2008 and from the Royal College of Art in 2010 (CR blogged about his installation at his graduate show). He now works in a range of media, including illustration and photography, video, costumes, installations, and fashion design.
CR in Print
The January issue of Creative Review is all about the Money – well, almost. What do you earn? Is everyone else getting more? Do you charge enough for your work? How much would it cost to set up on your own? Is there a better way of getting paid? These and many more questions are addressed in January’s CR.
But if money’s not your thing, there’s plenty more in the issue: interviews with photographer Alexander James, designer Mirko Borsche and Professor Neville Brody. Plus, Rick Poynor on Anarchy magazine, the influence of the atomic age on comic books, Paul Belford’s art direction column, Daniel Benneworth-Gray’s This Designer’s Life column and Gordon Comstock on the collected memos, letters and assorted writings of legendary adman David Ogilvy.
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