Jean Jullien’s Graphic Artworks

WORDS Lindi Brownell Meiring IMAGES jeanjullien.com PORTRAIT Pelle Crepin


The signature style of London-based French graphic artist Jean Jullien can be seen across a range of mediums, from illustrations and installations to posters, clothing and books.

His graphic style and bold use of colour previously caught our attention when he designed a set of fun “face plates” with Case Studyo.

Jean, who has created work for names like the New Yorker, the New York Times, National Geographic, Hermès, Vogue and Amnesty International, to name a few, has showcased his work across the globe, from Paris to Tokyo.

Nounou, a Korea-based fashion label, is a collaborative venture started with Jae Huh, which sees Jean design clothing. His work can also be seen in numerous books, including a monograph published by teNeues. This year, he is releasing a children’s book called Why The Face? (Phaidon) and will also showcase his work in Hong Kong and San Francisco.

To view more of Jean’s work, visit jeanjullien.com.