Des studios

Cette page, en construction, fonctionnera en parallèle à la page “Ressources” qui déborde… elle se complètera petit à petit mais je la publie dès aujourd’hui pour répondre aux besoins de certains étudiants. Pardon si vous n’y êtes pas encore mentionnés.

ABM Studio • Paris • associe Olivier Körner, Nicolas Ledoux (ex‑ & Labomatic) et Jean‑Luc Lemaire & David Longuein (ex‑ Philippe Savoir, Vincent Piccolo, Carole Amrane, Fanny Bisiaux et Nolwenn Turlin participent à l’aventure en fonction des projets. ABM Studio conçoit des identités visuelles, des sites internet, des applications mobiles et tablettes tactiles, des beaux livres ou des projets de signalétique.

Atelier Brenda, Amélie Bakker, Nana Esi & Sophie Keij• Belgique • Un jeune studio de graphisme “brut-chic”, dont les recherches reposent énormément sur la lettre.

Sonya Dyakova (b.1975) • Londres • “is a graphic designer with Russian heritage, who studied in San Francisco. In 2011 Sonya re-designed frieze magazine and was the publication’s art director for 5 years. she worked with Vince Frost and Kerr|Noble, before joining Phaidon Press in 2005, where she worked closely with the iconic British designer Alan Fletcher. Her approach is strongly rooted in conceptual and typographic experimentation developed through research with special attention to tactile details.”

MuirMcNeil • Londres • Founded in 2010, MuirMcNeil’s activities are focussed on exploring parametric design systems to generate appropriate solutions to visual communication problems. Paul McNeil is a typographic designer with experience in brand and corporate communications. He currently works as a Senior Lecturer in Typography at the London College of Communication where he was Course Leader, MA Contemporary Typographic Media from 2010–15. Member ISTD. Fellow HEA. Hamish Muir was co-founder of the London-based graphic design studio 8vo (1985–2001), and co-editor of Octavo, International Journal of Typography (1986–92). Since 2001, he has held a fractional position as Senior Lecturer on the BA (Hons) Graphic and Media Design programme at the London College of Communication.

Studio Sutherl& • Londres • fonded by Jim Sutherland in 2001. He has rebranded the Arts Society, Natural History Museum, Wimbledon Lawn Tennis, Land Securities, Williams F1, National Museums Scotland, Welsh National Opera, and University of Westminster. He has designed over 50 stamps to date for Royal Mail. He led the design rosters for Land Securities and British Heart Foundation.

Ré  Paris • founded by Tom Uferas. He works for local and international clients across a diverse range of platforms and disciplines (Dior, L’Équipe, Flammarion, Kinology, L’Officiel Paris, Les Films du Losange, Marie Claire).

Hansje van Halem runs her studio in Amsterdam since 2003. She has great love for typography, book design and all other types of printed matter. Besides creating letters, textures and patterns (digitally and manually) she loves to structure information and solve editorial problems with typography and materialisation.