The poster, a multidimensional object

Come and discover the original career of the Cynophile Brigade, whose creativity seems boundless.

Félicité Landrivon, 2021

Experience the design of the unique posters for l'Usine and Ventoline magazine, and discover the issues that shape their creation.

Originally from Lyon, Félicité Landrivon lives in Marseille. After studying literature and foreign languages, she turned to graphic design. Sensitive to fringe practices, she draws her influences from popular culture and hijacks the consensual forms of graphic design, favoring the poster as her daily training ground. She collaborates with numerous cultural venues (both institutional and associative), music groups, labels, publishers and artists, on both publishing and visual identity projects. Previously a programmer and organizer of underground concerts in Lyon, she recently launched Ventoline, a biannual music fanzine written and illustrated by women, for which she designs and lays out the content.

Poster credit: Félicité Landrivon, 2021
A cultural lunch break? An original encounter with a graphic designer, historian, enthusiast or printer?

The Thursday lunchtime poster series invites you to share some of Geneva's treasures. Come and discover the finest posters held by the Library. The Library's collection comprises more than 130,000 posters.

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