About the Process

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It's again possible to download the PDF in which many graphic artists have kindly participated, through their replies to the same question concerning their creation processes, is to arouse the interest of graphic artists, students and all graphic arts aficionados.

The question was:

When you work, do you think in terms of forms or in terms of a creation process? Do you have a clear vision of your final image or does it come only from an upstream creation process?

Here then is an outline of the working methods and thought processes of graphic designers today.

Each reply from a graphic designer is illustrated by images of his/her work (the illustration sometimes being the reply) together with the links to their websites for those who would like more information.

Clic HERE or HERE to download it

Here is the name of all the participants (thank you very much to them):

Baldwin Sam
Base : Jean-Marc Joseph
BRND : Stanislas Chepurnov
Bygg Studio : Hanna Nilsson
Conor and David
Coolmix : Tim Schmitt & Johannes Spitzer
Demo Design : Justin Fines
DixonBaxi : Simon Dixon & Aporva Baxi
Dovier Yoann
Eatock Daniel
Gauckler Genevieve
Hello Jim : James Falconer
Pete Hughes : Workswatch
I am Mint Condition : Travis Stearn
Karlssonwilker : Hjalti Karlsson & Jan Wilker
Kotje : Corentin Pirard
Madame Paris : Alexandra Ruiz & Sandrine Pelletier
Magnus : GrandPeople
McFetridge Geoff
Morris Philip
Nowherehead : Craig Ward
Ogiva design : Joao Machado
Practise: James Goggin
Pragg Johan
Qian Qian
Rouse Andy : Tha Graphic Aware
Rumbero Design : Xavier Encinas
Som of Tam: Jason Tam
Stiletto : Stefanie Barth & Julie Hirschfeld
Tétier Florence
Vanni Pierre
Vignaux Damien
We Work For Them
Yeti vs Yeti : Ryan Miglinczy
Zinker und Pfeffer : Denny Backhaus

I hope you'll find it interesting.

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Very interesting! Thank you!