Swiss graphic designer Julie Joliat is based in Zurich (Switzerland). She works independently, mainly for artistic and cultural projects, focusing on books and editions design. She has lived in the Netherlands where she has accumulated valuable experience by working 3 years as the main designer for the art & culture magazine BABY. Additionally, she has worked in studios such as Lust and Barlock; freelanced for Daniel van der Velden, Van de Jong, 010 Publishers, Netherlands Architecture Institute,… and later in Paris for Work in Progress and Self Service Magazine.
In Zurich, she worked for SoDA Magazine, and collaborated with Unfolded for the redesign of Theater der Künste's identity. In 2008, the book PIG 05049 she designed, has been rewarded at the Dutch Design Award for 'Best Graphic Design'. The same book has been acquired by the MoMA (New York) and won the Index Award in 2009.
Recent projects include a book in collaboration with Christian Bernard and Jean-Max Colard for Le Printemps de Septembre—à Toulouse, the design of catalogues for L'Ecole nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Paris, leaflets and posters for Migros Museum in Zurich, and a publication for Hermès International.
In her shop, she sells self-intiated publications; among them, an agenda that she designs and publishes yearly.
Hermès (les éditions),
– The book PIG 05049 won the
Index Award 2009, Denmark
© julie joliat – 21\01\2013