Jules Julian is a designer and visual artist based in Paris, whose work covers a varied range of styles from graphics to illustration.
Where did you train and what did you specialise in?
I studied Graphic Design in Toulouse, France.
What's your favourite tool?
It's got to be Adobe illustrator; the nib and magnifying glass are my best friends.
What techniques to do you use most?
I mainly work digitally, as it's contemporary, doesn't involve any materials and is easy to share.
What's your favourite piece you've created?
Each piece or series is a new story for me, so I don't have a particular favourite. What I love is starting a project when anything is possible.
What kinds of materials do you work with?
A camera, a computer and a mouse.
What (if any) computer packages do you use?
Adobe Creative Suite.
Which clients have you worked for, and where have you exhibited your work?
There are too many to list here, but you you can see them all on my website.
What inspires you?
Anything in any discipline. Generally, I start with words to get a concept for a design. It's a good way of ensuring I create something completely new.
A piece from my solo show at Diesel Art Gallery in Tokyo, 2009
Triptych for Cartoon Network Gallery and exhibition at Jett Gallery in San Diego, 2012
Lettering posters with texts by Eric Chevillard from his blog L’Autofictif 2012
Illustration for the new campaign ‘The AIDS free generation is due in 2015’ for (Red) magazine in the US
150 posters 80 x 120cm for the group show Nuit Blanche 3 in Metz in France, 2010
CD cover for Compilations by Les Inrocks
Editorial work for Japanese magazine Commons & Sens