Jean-Michel Folon – La Source
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Jean-Michel Folon

Is known for his surrealism that lent itself readily to the covers of magazines like the New Yorker and Le Nouvelle Observateur, and poster campaigns. In 1989 his bold style and imagery featured in the symbol for the 200th anniversary of the French revolution, a striking – and, for a while, ubiquitous – logo of three soaring birds. It was as a graphic artist that Folon was able to express himself most successfully. He proclaimed his humanitarian sympathies with eloquent posters for such organisations as Unicef, Greenpeace and Amnesty International.

La Source

Artist: Jean-Michel Folon

Year: 1996

Dimensions

86 x 88 x 58 cm

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Sculptures