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Jean-Benoit LEVY (Lévy)

(1959)

Originally from the Lake of Geneva, Jean-Benoit Levy is a visual communicator who has been active since 1983 after his studies at the Basel Kunstgewerbeschule / Basel School of Design with teachers such as Peter von Arx for Animation, André Gurtler for Typeface Design, Wolfgang Weingart for Typography, Max Schmidt for 3-D Graphics and Armin Hofmann for Graphic Design.
After his first position as Art Director for the Swiss Trade Show Company in Basel and a position as Editorial Designer for Ringier, the Swiss Press Group, Jean-Benoit Levy founds in 1988
his own studio "AND" in Basel. There he directs a flexible team, the size of which adapt itself
according the extreme variety of assignments and size of diverse clients.
In 1998 Jean-Benoit becomes member of the elective AGI–Alliance Graphique Internationale.
His goal is to stay creative while collaborating on challenging projects with inventive entrepreneurs and open minded clients.
Jean-Benoit's work has been awarded in various international competitions and published in many books and magazines which you can discover in the chapter "publications". Jean-Benoit lives now in San Francisco. (courtesy J-B Levy)

Das Labyrinthe, Buchhandlung Galerie Basel

1987

CHF 330.–

Journées Littéraires de Soleure

1994

CHF 320.–

Société des concerts de la Cathédrale de Lausanne, Orgues

1995

CHF 290.–