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Design portfolio of talented Art Director, Jérémy Vitté

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10:30 AM | 6 July 2017
by Tijen Butler
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Jérémy Vitté is a talented designer and Art Director with a portfolio website to inspire.

With clients from Vanity Fair to Vogue, Jérémy Vitté is an Art Director and Designer for magazines, books and identity.

His site shows a range of work, including his own drawings. The page is stylish yet minimal in design.

Photos are spread down the screen for you to click on, then the screen splits to show the open project on the right-hand side.

Jérémy Vitté's site is elegant and easy to navigate, with minimal writing. The images and design speak for themselves.


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