Category :: Designers

We interviewed one of the most talented French Designers. This is what he had to say about himself…

I am Fabien Barral. I am a graphic designer. I am passionate about images and graphic design. I am a husband and I love my wife. I am a father and I love my daughter. I am not the clients I work with, I am the art I create with them. I am what I create. I create what I am.

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If you haven’t heard of Veerle Pieters… Where have you been?

Veerle is one the design industry’s most savvy and branded designers. Her candid interview with The Graphic Design School, reveals a charm and savoir faire that has seen her (deservedly) shoot to the top of her game. Based in Belgium Veerle studied graphic design and print, before moving into web design.

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It has been said that Luke Feldman is to digital art what Tim Burton is to cinema, or Dr. Seuss is to children’s books, his distinctive unmistakable design style, has landed him jobs with Coca Cola, Apple and Disney to name but a few. This is Luke Feldman Interview with The Graphic Design School.

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Jacob is a Graphic Design student, an inspiration to all students as a mover and a shaker in the design industry. Jacob’s interview is a must read for those wondering how to make the most out of your design studies while still studying.

We asked some hard hitting questions (not really) to one of our fav graphic design students. This boy’s got spunk!

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We have been lucky enough to follow Leo Burnett Art Director Djordje Joksimovic for a day around legendary Agency Leo Burnett. Leo Burnett created iconic symbols of American-branded products. It was his creation of the Marlboro Man, the Jolly Green Giant, and Tony the Tiger that would make his small mid-western company one of the largest, most sought-after agencies in the world. The Marlboro Man and the Jolly Green Giant are said to be two of three most recognised characters in the world (with Ronald McDonald).

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James Victore is a man of action. He believes that knowing about jazz and wine and auto-racing can make you a better designer. That graphic design is about experiences and stories and using your hands. That the best designs punch you in the gut – or, at the very least, stop you in your tracks.

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