It had taken me far too long to realise that Adeline Mollard is one half of Fageta, the studio she set up with Philippe Egger.
Adeline has a great portfolio of work, largely consisting of printed matter there’s more than enough to keep you interested. Pictured is a spread from the most recent Opak magazine, the Berlin bi-monthly magazine she art directs in collaboration with Floyd Schulze.
- Meet London-based illustrator, animator and curator Joey Yu
- Best of the Web, your antidote to Friday the 13th!
- Nadine Kolodziey’s prolific output of creative colourful talent
- Motion and design studio More and More on taking 50 days off work
- Gouffre: a treasure trove of international illustration
- Charlene Man’s “happy” illustrations
- Too Fast To Think: why switching off unlocks creativity
- How to make the perfect physical portfolio with photographer Guy Archard
- Martin Parr creates BBC One idents as a “portrait of modern Britain in all its diversity”
- Ones to Watch 2017: Introducing
- Narrative and design: a chat with Penguin book cover designer Janet Hansen
- Can Dagarslani personifies serenity in photographic series at Bauhaus