Philippe Apeloig: Apeloiggg Tokyo

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Apeloiggg Tokyo フィリップ・アペロワ展
An American in Paris / 2014
Exhibition ʻYves Saint Laurentʼ/ 2010
Pattern designed by Philippe Apeloig for the Manufacture nationale de Sèvres and printed on ceramic plate/ 2017

Having contributed characters to top museums including the Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay, French graphic designer Philippe Apeloig is revered among typography nerds. His first retrospective exhibition, held in 2013 at Les Arts Décoratifs in Paris, recounted Apeloig's 30-year career and explored his many influences, which range from constructivism and Bauhaus to performing arts and literature. This Ginza show continues from where that display left off, zooming in on recent Apeloig works including perfume packaging created for Issey Miyake, Hermès scarves and designs for Sèvres porcelain.


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