Creative Tidbits #185: Last episode for 2014

by Fred Showker

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interview with illustrator and designer jean jullien

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jean jullien is a french graphic designer currently living in london. he comes from nantes and did a graphic design degree in quimper before moving to london.
      Jean writes : I get to draw for a living everyday and to work on incredibly exciting projects. I also get to chose how I want to spend my time and how much commercial and personal work I want to do. I feel incredibly lucky.
Showker's Creative Tidbits Full story : daniel arnold ~ Design Boom
for the photographer in you Take a look at one of his works!

Ten Questions for: Fernando Gutiérrez

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Fernando Gutiérrez set up Studio Fernando Gutiérrez in 2006 following six years as a Pentagram partner. He has previously worked for CDT and Summa and co-founded Spanish consutlancy Grafica.
      This week Gutiérrez has been appointed a Royal Designer for Industry.
Showker's Creative Tidbits Full story : Design Week : UK
for the photographer in you Work on the walls of his studio.

Artists launch street sculpture exhibit program

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Aubrey Booska and Michele Genuario, have developed a Stratford Street Sculpture program where businesses can sponsor benches that will be displayed and utilized around town next summer before being auctioned off for charity. The two, art teachers in Stratford Public Schools who are working as private citizens, stand here with the bench that they helped to create for display in Stamford last summer.
      The Stratford Street Sculpture exhibit called Share A Chair will consists of multiple artist-designed Adirondack benches placed around the town next summer. An early estimate is that there will be up to 20 two-person benches around town, depending on the number of sponsors.
Showker's Creative Tidbits Full story : Elizabeth G. Howard for www.stratfordstar.com

NEXT: Yet another logo article, wonderful Katy Cowan, and Marsala!

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