I would define my graphic design practice as 'expressionist'. I am not driven by emotions but by the amount of knowledge I can get from said project. I feel comfortable designing printed outcomes such as newspapers or posters. However, I do enjoy researching and finding which visuals would match a company’s personality. I love putting big questions out there – mostly interrogating our mass usage of technology – while not giving my own opinion, which is probably why newspaper design suits me. I am really inspired by the 'Libération' magazine which is bold and well organised. I mainly use Adobe suites and online platforms to work.
I always begin with a pen and paper, then I go back and forth from screen to notebook. In conclusion, by staying legitimate to the basics, I believe that I would be able to flourish in the design industry and to plant frank pieces on my path.
Julien Le Bail
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