丝绢网印画 - 艺术家印章
|Image size:||80×20 cm|
|Total dimensions:||80×20×4 cm|
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Skate Deck designed by Jean Jullien.
Limited Edition with signature of the artist printed on the back.
Size: 80 x 20 cm.
Jean Jullien was born of a mother who was an architect and scenographer in Cholet on March 14, 1983, and he grew up in Nantes. Having failed to enter the fine arts, he did a BTS in Visual communication at Lycée des métiers Le Paraclet in Quimper, where he was student of Fanch Le Henaff before continuing his studies at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and at the Royal College of Art in London, where he has lived since.
In 2012, during a trip to Nantes he is entrusted with the management of the Le Nid bar at the top of the Bretagne Tower in Nantes. In 2013, after exposing in Kemistry Gallery in London, he exhibits in two galleries in Paris his series Allô ?, for which he received very good comments. In 2015, he exhibits again in Paris in galleries L'Imprimerie and Colette. During the same year, Jean Jullien is presented by M, the magazine du Monde, as a "Internationally recognised French illustrator in graphic arts.
In January 2015, after the assassination attempt against Charlie Hebdo, he expresses himself through an illustration representing a submachine gun opposing a pencil and then, following the attacks in November 13, 2015 in France, he created the symbol of Peace for Paris. This illustration is a variation of the symbol of Peace and love amended to integrate the Eiffel Tower. The image spread quickly online and has been used worldwide for messages of solidarity and peace against terrorism.
He had a poster exhibition from July 1 to August 28, 2016 (named Recyclage) in Nantes. About sixty works are applied on various panels and bus stops. The critical magazine Télérama said that Jean Jullien «has a sharp and tender glance to our contemporary world, [...] and strives to the essential. Some ink strokes with a brush, flat areas of colour applied on the graphics palette, humour, and there we have a Gallic Rooster dressed up in a label Made in China, the statue of liberty applied on a mobile phone, or a young woman exercising on a in-house bike with a child on the bagage rack. »
He makes the poster for the Jazz festival Sous les pomiers in 2017. The same year he illustrates an article about the television series written by Cécile Mury for Télérama. Afterwards he organises an exhibition in Bangkok, while still working in advertising and decorating Korean clothes.
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