Graphic design is one of the many creative paths that have taken many young people to spectacular heights. Parisian designer Julien Ducourthial opened The Jazzist, his graphic design studio, and instantly won hearts over with his bold and clean cut images.
Inspired by the early eighties imagery and his favourite cartoons, Ducourthial creates exquisite works that make normal, everyday objects seem lively and magical. Although you can see hints of quite a few nostalgic eras in the work of The Jazzist studio, there is a modern flavor injected into each image that creates something that you’ll never get tired of looking at.
Whilst looking through the studio’s previous work, you can see different elements hidden between the sharp shapes and innovative patterns that dress the work. There is a series of portraits Ducourthial created earlier in 2014, as well as still life images and simple items and objects that catch his eye.
Each work tells a different story through 3D lines that transcend through graphic design and illustration and as the studio has become known for it’s unique imagery, Julien Ducouthial now offers art direction in both digital and printed media.
Words / Lauren Payne