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FL@33 is a multi-disciplinary design studio for visual communication based in London. Its two founders, Agathe Jacquillat (French, from Paris) and Tomi Vollauschek (Austrian, but from Frankfurt, Germany), met on the Royal College of Art’s postgraduate Communication Art and Design course in 1999 and set up their company after graduating in 2001.
The studio is specialised in creating integrated design solutions for a diverse range of international clients.
FL@33's work encompasses art direction, logos and identity systems, book design, book and magazine covers, posters, publication and editorial design, illustration, digital, moving image, exhibitions and websites.
FL@33 is well-known for delivering outstanding results and a dedicated and personal service. The studio's extensive experience and dedication is reflected in their portfolio – now spanning over a decade of vibrant, fresh and engaging visual communication.
The two launched Stereohype.com – a graphic art and fashion boutique – in 2004: it is a T-shirt and button badge label and an international platform for both emerging and established talents. The duo have also released self-initiated projects such as the award-winning Trans-form magazine and the popular online sound collection project bzzzpeek.com.
FL@33 interviews, features and studio profiles have been published online and in more than 180 magazines, newspapers and books around the world. Interviews with the duo also appeared on BBC Radio and NPR (America’s National Public Radio).
Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek often judge competitions and award schemes, including YCN, FITC, D&AD and Selected. FL@33 gave talks at international design conferences such as Selected A – Graphic Design from Europe in Barcelona (2010) and the CPH:typo*12 conference in Copenhagen (2012).
A FL@33 monograph was published in 2005 as part of the bilingual (English and French) design&designer book series by Pyramyd Editions.
Three other books conceived, compiled, written, edited and designed by FL@33 have been published by Laurence King: Postcard appeared in 2008, followed by Made & Sold: Toys, T-shirts, Prints, Zines and Other Stuff in 2009 and more recently The 3D Type Book in 2011. Postcard was also translated into French (Cartes Postales, Pyramyd Editions), German (Postcard: Postkarten-Design heute, DuMont Buchverlag) and Spanish (Postales: Diseño por correo, Gustavo Gili).
The studio’s past and current international clients include MTV Networks, the BBC, the Royal Festival Hall, Laurence King Publishing, Creative Review, Computer Arts, Groupe Galeries Lafayette, Matelsom, Habitat, Penrhyn Books, Weeks & Cowling, MMM-Festival and Friends of the Earth, beside many others.