Maybe not everybody knows the famous French graphic designer, Philippe Apeloig’s name, but this Paris artist has lauds of great works. Apeloig’s two passions are the literature and the performing art, and he uses these two things on his works too.
Philippe Apeloig was born in 1962 in the capital of France, Paris. He studied art in Paris, but the real unfold was in Amsterdam, where he joined to Wim Crouwell’s Total design studio. The artist creates especially posters. This type of art made him famous. His career started at 1985 when he designed the first exhibition’s poster in the Musée d’Orsay.
Between 21 November 2013 and 30 March 2014 in the museum of decorative arts in Paris, the Les Arts Decoratifs there will be a fantastic exhibition which will show Apeloig’s best works. The poster art could be interesting for everyone, so it doesn’t matter, if you don’t know the artist’s name. Apeloig wanted the exhibition wouldn’t contain only posters, but highlights the artist’s creative process, visual identities, books, logos and animations.
Do not miss the amazing exhibition if you would be in Paris between 21 November 2013 and 30 March 2014. Immerse in the creators of a real Paris artist and enjoy this program in French mode. Have a great time for it!
Philippe Apeloig exhibiton
Les Arts Decoratifs
November 21st, 2013 – March 30th, 2014