Jean-Miche Folon (Jean Jean-Miche Folon)

Jean-Miche Folon

Artist. An architectural school dropout, he went on to be a versatile artist, painter, cartoonist, sculptor and one of the world’s best known commercial artists. His work appears throughout the world in galleries, magazines and on murals in subway stations. In 1969, he had his first one man show in the United States followed by exhibitions world wide. He has many large structured art works such as a 176 square-foot painting for a subway station in Brussels and a 160 square-foot painting for Waterloo Station in London. He designed the birds-in-flight logo for the bicentennial of the French Revolution in 1989, posters for Amnesty International and UNICEF campaigns and stamps for Britain that honored the Red Cross and United Nations. He also decorated sets for operas, produced short movies, covers for Time and the New Yorker magazines and became known for film animation. (bio by: John “J-Cat” Griffith)

Born

  • March, 01, 1934

Died

  • October, 10, 2005

Cemetery

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