a handful of pages of a comic book version of Jung’s Collective unconscious theory, a hint of soft porn atmosphere, blend toghether squeeze it in a early 2000 Vogue issue and you’ll obtain something close to the slick and smooth estethic of Jules Julien’s work.

Supported by the artist management top agency Hugo & Maie the french (Amsterdam based) illustrator is realizing top quality editorial and artistic illustration, exploring contemporary symbols, borderline sexuality, life, death.

He’s collaborating with the most prestigious brand, magazines (check his amazing works for Grazia and les Inrockuptibles)  and creative agency, like the above mentioned Hugo&Marie, Studio Output or The Church of London.


Jules Julien’s official website here


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