July / August 2003
Cover Image: Portrait of Alain Le Quernec by Ali Mahdavi
In Issue 346 of Graphis magazine, you'll find the following stories: Q&A: Garry Emery; Softroom: Archi-tainment, written by Alice Twemlow; Finn Nygaard's Danish Air Transport's Corporate Identity; Alain Le Quernec: A Thinking Hand, by Brigitte David; Fallon Worldwide: No Pain, No Gain, by Anthony Vagnoni; Stephan Abry: Hiring Folk to Cool, by Imke Lode; The Bouroullec: A creative dialogue between two radical modernes, by Chloe Braunstein; Extreme Houses, reviewed by Susanna Sirefman; and Fang Chen: We are one, by Wendy Siuyi Wong.
11 Q&A: Garry Emery
12 Softroom: Archi-tainment By Alice Twemlow
18 Finn Nygaard's Danish Air Transport's Corporate Identity
22 Alain Le Quernec: A Thinking Hand By Brigitte David
The modern Celt thinks with his hand with versatile techniques and striking imagery; Le Quernec's posters are manifestos for political consciousness.
44 Fallon Worldwide: No Pain, No Gain By Anthony Vagnoni
Pat Fallon has dreams but embraces principles. From print to film, he challenges his growing global empire, dubbed "creativity company," to relentlessly redefine what advertising is all about.
66 Stephan Abry: Hiring Folk to Cool By Imke Lode
Abry's favorite photographic formats are diptychs that transgress the boundaries of modern coolness and folk, melding bare essentials with ornate lushness.
80 The Bouroullec: A creative dialogue between two radical modernes By Chloe Braunstein
The two brothers have spearheaded a new French wave of design. In 2004, a MOCA exhibition will open, celebrating their timeless flair.
96 Extreme Houses Reviewed by Susanna Sirefman
98 Fang Chen: "We are one"By Wendy Siuyi Wong
When East meets West: Chinese design deals with universalism.
105 Photo Gallery
113 Graphis Photo Books catalog