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Gallery Of Illustrations By Jean Jullien - France
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Jean Jullien - France
Born14 March 1983 (age 35)Cholet, France
Nationality French/Alma mater /Central Saint Martins
Royal College of Art
Jean Jullien (born 14 March 1983)[1] is a French graphic designer and illustrator.
Jullien was born in Cholet.
He lived in Nantes and then moved to London in his twenties; he studied at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and the Royal College of Art.
His work has appeared in publications including Telerama, Le Nouvel Observateur, The New York Times and The Guardian, and his clients have included the Pompidou Centre, Yale University and Nike.
Peace for Paris
Original artwork "Peace for Paris"
In the wake of the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris, Jullien created a variation of a classic peace symbol invoking the Eiffel Tower.
The image swiftly went viral through social media and news coverage of worldwide sympathies and affirmations of solidarity against terrorism.
He also published a drawing in solidarity after the Charlie Hebdo shootings in January 2015.

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