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Pierre Kurczewski — Paris, France

"Today, even more than in the past, French graphic design is more a story of individuality. The development of new technologies means that there can now be a permanent connection with the rest of the world. Everyone can now create their own path and develop a personal style in tune with what is happening around the world"

Pierre Kurczewski works almost exclusively with forms, spaces and letters (type) and uses figurative or representational images very sparingly. He began working independently as a graphic artist in the belief that this would leave him free time to work on personal artistic projects. Things didn't go quite as he planned and he quickly came to the realisation that commissioned work would take up all his time.

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