Julien Vallée is a graphic designer and art director from Montréal, Canada.
One of Julien’s favorite materials to use in his artwork and design is paper, hand-crafting it to create unique one of a kind pieces.
He has worked for some important clients, including the likes of MTV, The New York Times Magazine and Computer Arts Magazine.
On top of these amazing achievements, Julien has been featured in countless publications all over the world, and has also held exhibitions of his work in various countries.
If you like the work you see here, be sure to check out more of Julien Vallée’s work at his portfolio, and follow him on Twitter.
This post was put together exclusively for WDD by Callum Chapman. Callum is currently writing a book about (and called) Junior Design Jobs.
Do you know of any other paper artists who produce awesome work like Julien Vallée? Do you think paper should be a material we use more often when producing modern design — if so, why?