Coming from the world of graphic design specialising in print media and from photography is Florian Tripoteau, a french graphic designer and new People of Print Member who developed a sensibility toward typography and signs, and a love for the poster and editorial design.
As a late starter, Tripoteau studied graphic design and applied art for three years in Marseille and graduated from the National school of photography of Arles in 2018. Since 2015, he worked as an independent graphic designer, mostly for cultural institutions along with other art projects. Taking full advantage of his position at the National school of photography, Tripoteau worked on the art direction of the annual auction sales organised by the students by designing posters and an exhibition catalog. He was also in charge of the visual identity of the exhibition of the graduates this year and designed the identity of the seminar Arts & Languages which took place at the LUMA Foundation, in Arles, in February 2018.
In parallel, he also keeps up his own artistic practice which takes the form of experimental, self-initiated artwork for t-shirts and posters. From this year, Tripoteau is represented by the London contemporary picture agency, Millennium Images.
“To outline my practice, I would say that I am guided by curiosity and a deep interest for science, space exploration and electronic music” — Florian Tripoteau.
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December 31, 2018 at 04:03AM