Fanette Mellier works in an artisanal way in her studio in Paris. She practices a radical and colorful graphic design. She will present in this conference her latest projects: visual identities for cultural structures, typographical plaids, and experimental books produced in parallel. Lots of printed stuff!
Specializing in print design, Fanette Mellier (1977) creates mainly atypical works in the cultural field. Besides commissioned work, through which she handles several themes, Mellier invests herself in experimental projects that freely shuffle fundamental aspects of graphic design: typography, color, printing process and relation to public spaces.
Her works have been displayed in numerous contemporary art museums and centres, such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and the Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum in New York.