Jean Jullien

Profile Jean Jullien

When in November 2015 the city of Paris suffered one of its biggest terrorist attacks, a symbol circulated on social networks around the world and became an icon of peace and solidarity. It was the symbol of peace with the Eiffel Tower inside. Its creator was Jean Jullien (Nantes, France, 1983), the most important European illustrator. And yes we say it, convinced that he is. Resident in London, his thousands of followers confirm this. 

He studied at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art, he has published in media such as Télérama, Le Nouvel Observateur, The New York Times and The Guardian, and has worked for the Pompidou Center, Yale University and Nike, among others institutions and corporations.

 His style is near the comic and with the irony as a background, as only the great illustrators of History can do. The music and the moving image occupy his day by day, with the musician The Coward or Brothers Jullien, two of his most crazy and creative projects. | @jean_jullien

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