Ten Images for Ithaca is a poster competition that began in 2002, by Fimios, Cultural Events of the Municipality of Ithaca, Greece, and was created to boost the cultural profile of the island, through the applied arts. Over the past decade, the competition has grown into a group of events and exhibitions and today attracts interest from professionals, students and graphic art enthusiasts. 

Design professionals Jean Jullien, Rejane Dal Bello and Chrysostomos Naselos are leading the Ten Images for Ithaca workshop – a series of creative exploration and design workshops, held over five days, from 2–6 September, in balmy Ithaca, Greece, offering design students and professionals the opportunity to focus on design and the creative process. The event works both as a meeting point of creative people from all over the world, as to well to help promote the art of visual communication.

Jean Jullien is a French graphic designer, living and working in London. His practice ranges from illustration to photography, video, costumes, installations, books, posters and clothing to create a coherent, yet eclectic body of work. In 2011, he founded Jullien Brothers, a duo that specialises in moving image. In 2012, he created News of the Times with Yann Le Bec and Gwendal Le Bec.

Rejane Dal Bello is a senior designer at Wolff Olins. Originally from Rio de Janeiro, throughout the years, she has taught Graphic Design and Creative Process at St Joost Art school. In 2012, Rejane joined Wolff Olins a well-known established brand consultancy that specialises in developing brand experiences, creatively-led business strategies and visual identities.

Chrysostomos Naselos was born in 1977, in Australia. He is the design director and co-founder of Company, a London-based design studio with British and international clients, such as, the world famous Abbey Road Studios, the leading creative arts publishers Laurence King and the UK’s leader in innovation, Technology Strategy Board.

The workshops, which are held in English, can host up to 15 participants, and the fee for the event is €70. Accommodation can be organised through Hotel Mentor. The workshops are organised with the support of +DESIGN magazine, the Greek Graphic Designers’ Association and Hotel Mentor.??

To reserve a place, send an email with your name, country, age, telephone number and email address.

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