Graphic Design: Is there anything VLF design can do that doesn't look amazing?

Date
17 June 2013
Reading Time
1 minute read

We’ve featured Thomas Cristiani & Antoine Roux on the site numerous times, partly because they seem to be the only artists on this planet that genuinely do have access to Bernard’s Watch. Amid making spectacularly contemporary visuals that fall like a feather between the world of art and graphic design, the powerful duo can be found getting down and dirty with some good, old fashioned graphic design. They’ve cottoned on to the fact that bright colours and nudity are what we want to see, and by throwing in their truly impressive, classical design and typographical knowledge into the mix, they’re almost indestructible. Have catalogues for art shows ever looked so mouth-wateringly good?

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VLF: Art direction for a contemporary erotic magazine featuring art, journalism and research

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VLF: Art direction for a contemporary erotic magazine featuring art, journalism and research

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VLF: Poster for Un Matériau Naturel an exhibition by Naïs Calmettes & Rémi Dupeyrat

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VLF: Identity and communication for an art & design gallery established in the center of Paris since 2011

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VLF: Art direction for a quarterly magazine featuring news reports, travel, style and culture in the post revolution arab world

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VLF: A bookmark for a french university featuring a text from its founder Émile Boutmy about his early attempts to write

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VLF: Still life series presenting a selection of pieces from Artisan Social Designer gallery’s new collection

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Liv Siddall

Liv joined It’s Nice That as an intern in 2011 and worked across online, print and events, and was latterly Features Editor before leaving in May 2015.

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