Léo Favier: What, You Don't Know Grapus?

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Grapus [ \gra-´pUEs] is a French graphic design collective founded in Paris immediately following the student protests of May 1968. The group saw life as a field for experimentation, putting the new political, social, and cultural debates into graphic form for public discussion. At first Grapus designed posters for local chapters of the Communist Party; twenty years on, they were chosen to design the corporate identity of the Louvre in Paris. By the late 1980s, the collective’s productive days were over. In its heyday it had attracted many highly committed graphic artists both from France and abroad. After receiving the Grand Prix National des Arts Graphiques, the group decided to disband in 1990. Léo Favier set out in search of the former members of the collective. The twenty-six interviews in his book tell of the utopian working methods and heated disputes that were at the heart of this collective way of life.

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Léo Favier
Verlag: Spectormag Gbr Sep 2014 (2014)
ISBN 10: 3944669495 ISBN 13: 9783944669496
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Buchbeschreibung Spectormag Gbr Sep 2014, 2014. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - Grapus is a French graphic design collective founded in Paris by François Miehe, Pierre Bernard and Gérard Paris-Clavel immediately following the student protests of May 1968. The group saw life as a field for experimentation, putting the new political, social and cultural debates into graphic form for public discussion. At first Grapus designed posters for local chapters of the Communist Party; 20 years later, they designed the corporate identity for the Louvre in Paris. By the late 1980s, the collective's fruitful days were over. In its productive phase it had attracted many highly-committed graphic artists, and was honoured with the French Grand prix national des arts plastiques in 1990.Léo Favier set out in search of the colleagues and fellow campaigners of old. The 25 interviews in his book tell of the utopian working methods and heated disputes that formed the heart of this collective way of life. 224 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9783944669496

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