Originally guest posted by Michael Bojkowski
France seems to be experiencing some sort of graphic renaissance after being left out in the wilderness for so long. Now the annual Chaumont festival has widened it’s remit to cover graphic design as a wholeand with great blogs like Manystuff popping up to support French creatives, this doesn’t look like abating any time soon. Many well known and respected creatives have laid down their roots in the nation’s capital. Here’s a brief list of graphic practitioners who call Paris their home…
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