FL@33

multi-disciplinary
design studio

EXHIBITIONS | LECTURES | WORKSHOPS | EVENTS | FAIRS | SCREENINGS

 

COMING SOON | FORTHCOMING
RCA Secret 2017 (London)
, with postcard contributions by FL@33 for the 23rd postcard exhibition and fundraising sale, Royal College of Art, Dyson Gallery, Dyson Building, 1 Hester Road, Battersea (SW11 4AN), London, UK,
9–15 September 2017
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2017

ECV Bordeaux, design residency 2017 – FL@33 workshops and lecture, FL@33 goes France – Tomi Vollauschek, co-founder of FL@33 and Stereohype, to be visiting lecturer at ECV Bordeaux, École de Communication Visuelle / School of Visual Communication – involving two 5-day morning / afternoon Master class workshops for year 4 and year 5 / final year students and an evening lecture on February 27th, about the design studio's and graphic art label's work. ECV Bordeaux, France, 27 February – 3 March 2017
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Limelight Night: Crossing Disciplines, quick fire talks on illustration and design curated by Michael Czerwinski, included a talk by Tomi Vollauschek. co-founder of FL@33 and Stereohype, House of Illustration, King's Cross, London, 2 Granary Square, N1C 4BH, 27 January 2017, 11am–6pm.
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2016

Illustrators' Christmas Fair 2016, with Stereohype / FL@33 stand on the giant canopied outside yard between Central Saint Martins and House of Illustration who organised the event, King's Cross, London, 2 Granary Square, N1C 4BH, 10 December 2016, 11am–6pm.
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ECV Lille, design residency 2016 – FL@33 workshop and lecture, FL@33 goes France – Tomi Vollauschek, co-founder of FL@33 and Stereohype, was visiting lecturer at École de Communication Visuelle (ECV Lille) / School of Visual Communication – involving a 4-day workshop and evening lecture on April 13th, about the design studio's and graphic art label's work. ECV Nord Europe, Lille, France, 12–15 April 2016
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The Story of Emoji book launch exhibition, launch exhibition for FL@33-designed book The Story of Emoji by Gavin Lucas (Prestel) – including Tomi Vollauschek's custom emoji Mind Blown and front cover illustration. KK Outlet, 42 Hoxton Square, (N1 6PB) London, UK, (Launch Party: Wednesday 6 April 7–9pm) 5–16 April 2016

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RCA Secret 2016 (London), with postcard contributions by FL@33's Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek for the 22nd postcard exhibition and fundraising sale, Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore (SW7 2EU), London, UK, 8–15 April 2016
see all FL@33 contributions since 2004

Transition: An Exhibition of Contemporary Photography, group exhibition curated by Mark Adams, including a selection of Balloons prints, Flying Forest and – as part of a section of the exhibition entitled Transmission: Photography & the Postcard – also picture postcard contributions by FL@33, PS Mirabel Gallery, Open every Saturday 11am to 5pm and by appointment, Mirabel Studios, 14/20 Mirabel Street, Manchester (M3 1PJ), UK, 25 February (Private view: 6–9pm) –
3 April 2016
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RCA Secret 2016 (Dubai), with three postcard contributions each by FL@33's Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek for the 2nd international postcard exhibition and fundraising sale, Art Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 16–19 March 2016
see all FL@33 contributions since 2004

Letterform Live: Fashion, FL@33's Tomi Vollauschek invited to speak at sold out Letterform Live: Fashion event hosted by Grafik in partnership with Monotype. Protein Studios, 31 New Inn Yard, London, UK, 24 February 2016
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2015

26 Creative Characters, exhibition celebrating the 10th anniversary of Utrecht-based design studio Autobahn – an alphabet by 26 international (typo)graphic designers Autobahn worked or collaborated with during their first decade – including FL@33's Tomi Vollauschek, Autobahn Gallery, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 29 October –
18 December 2015 (open by appointment only).
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GraphicsRCA: Fifty Years of Graphic Design and beyond, travelling exhibition of original student work from the Royal College of Art’s Special Collections and Archives – including several early projects by FL@33-founders Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek, National Museum of the Republic, Mezzanine Gallery, Brasilia, Brazil.
4–27 September 2015
see pictures of GraphicsRCA's London show

RCA Secret 2015 (London), with three postcard contributions each by FL@33's Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek for the 21st postcard exhibition and fundraising sale, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 12–20 March 2015
see all FL@33 contributions since 2004

RCA Secret 2015 (Dubai), with postcard contributions by FL@33's Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek for the 21st international postcard exhibition and fundraising sale in London and the 1st one in Dubai, Art Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 18–21 March 2015
see all FL@33 contributions since 2004

 

2014

GraphicsRCA: Fifty Years, 1968–2013. Retrospective graphic design exhibition of RCA alumni work while they were students at the Royal College of Art – including several early projects by FL@33-founders Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU, UK. 5 November – 22 December 2014
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Stereohype 2004–2014, FL@33's experimental playground and international platform for both emerging and established talents alike – Stereohype – celebrated its 10th anniversary with an exhibition that opened its gates during London Design Festival 2014 and as part of '160' – a series of exhibitions hosted by the London College of Communication (LCC) in London. The show also marked the fact that Stereohype's popular button badge collection, created by over 300 contributors, reached its 1,000th button badge in September 2014, with each badge being showcased including an anniversary poster and badge project specially commissioned for the occasion. Lower Street Gallery, LCC, London, UK. 13 Sep – 8 Nov (Extra week added – exhibition extended due to popular demand, was 31 Oct)
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Grafik's launch exhibition, Grafik.net launch and exhibition of typographic posters, Letterform articles (2005–2014) including the contribution by FL@33's Tomi Vollauschek published in Grafik magazine issue #193. Protein Studio 2, 31 New Inn Yard, London 5–15 June 2014
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RCA Secret 2014, with postcard contributions by FL@33 for the postcard exhibition and fundraising sale, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 13–22 March 2014

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2013

FL@33's Tomi Vollauschek – public lecture at h_da, Darmstadt, FL@33 goes Germany – Tomi Vollauschek, co-founder of FL@33 and Stereohype, gave a talk at his old college, Hochschule Darmstadt, Fachbereich Gestaltung (formerly known as FH Darmstadt), University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Design, where Tomi graduated in 1998 in Kommunikations-Design, before permanently moving to London in 1999. Darmstadt, Germany, 22 May 2013
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RCA Secret 2013, with six contributions by FL@33 for the postcard exhibition and fundraising sale – now in its 20th year, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 14–23 March 2013

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FL@33's MICA residency 2013 – workshop and public lecture, FL@33 goes America – Tomi Vollauschek FL@33 residency, March 9th–14th, 2013. Kindly invited by program director Whitney Sherman – FL@33's Tomi Vollauschek was designer in residence in the MFA in Illustration Practice program (MFA ILP) at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore, MD, USA. He gave a lecture based on FL@33's The 3D Type Book and ran a 3-day workshop inspired by FL@33's book Made & Sold. The public lecture at MICA took place on March 13th at 7pm followed by a booksigning.
see documentation

 

2012

CPH:typo*12 conference, FL@33 talk at Danmarks Medie- og Journalisthøjskole / Danish School of Media and Journalism, annual one-day type conference, FL@33’s Tomi Vollauschek, ABCDimensional: an in-depth look at selected projects from The 3D Type Book, Copenhagen, Denmark, 12 April 2012
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2011

RCA Secret 2011, with three postcards each by FL@33’s Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek for the 18th annual postcard exhibition and fundraising sale, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 18–25 November 2011
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Talk To Me: Design and the Communication between People and Objects, organised by senior curator Paola Antonelli and curatorial assistant Kate Carmody, MoMA – Museum of Modern Art. With FL@33’s amusing online sound collection bzzzpeek.com on display. New York, USA, 24 July – 7 November 2011
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2010

RCA Secret 2010, with three postcards by FL@33’s Tomi Vollauschek for the 17th annual postcard exhibition and fundraising sale, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 14–20 November 2010

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Selected A – Graphic Design from Europe, FL@33 talk on studio work, experiences and process, first day of this two-day conference, organised by Index Book, Axa Auditorium, Barcelona, Spain, 12–13 March 2010
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2009

RCA Secret 2009, with three postcards by FL@33’s Tomi Vollauschek for the 16th annual postcard exhibition and fundraising sale, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 13–20 November 2009

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Urban vs Suburban, late night event, London Transport Museum, LTM Cinema, D-Fuse curated event screening FL@33’s 8min 20sec (2009), Covent Garden, London, UK, 6 November 2009
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Type Tart Card project, typographical tart cards fundraising event organised by Wallpaper* magazine and Type UK and London’s St Bride Library. The entire collection of over 400 signed cards – including FL@33’s contribution – were exhibited and then auctioned at KK Outlet. Proceeds were donated to the St Bride Library, London, UK, 22–29 June 2009

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2008

RCA Secret 2008, with three postcards by FL@33’s Agathe Jacquillat for the 15th annual postcard exhibition and fundraising sale, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 14–21 November 2008

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100 Pieces of Havana, Havana Club, 100 hour-long exhibition starting 23 July 2008 in London‘s Dray Walk Gallery (off Brick Lane), with FL@33's contribution being 1 of 100 Pieces of Havana showcasing interpretations of the Havana Club Especial bottle by ‘some of today's finest artistic talent’.

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Sweatshop, T-shirt exhibition as part of Graphic Design Festival Breda (GDFB), The Netherlands. The Sweatshop exhibition and shop, including our (sweatshop-free) Stereohype range, were curated by Dutch studios Kop and Staynice, 23 May –
29 June 2008
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2007

Toy2R Worldwide Bart Simpson Tour, with 10” Bart customised by FL@33, travelling group exhibition, Taipei Toy Festival, Taipei City, Taiwan, 5–8 July 2007, Bossini, Hong Kong, 23 July – 12 August 2007, Luisavia Roma, Florence, Italy, 10–30 September 2007 and Forbidden Planet, London and Bristol, UK, 9 October – 4 November 2007

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Badge Button Pin book launch exhibition, curated by the author of the book Gavin Lucas and the book designer Nathan Gale at Intercity. The exhibition featured all Stereohype badges ever commissioned until then and other beautiful badges and badge-related artworks at Exposure Gallery, London, UK, 17–30 May 2007

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Two Faced – The Changing Face of Portraiture book launch exhibitions, curated by Darren Firth at Wearitwithpride (WIWP) and IdN, book includes FL@33 vs. Antoine+Manuel contributions. Hong Kong: Agnes B. Librairie Gallery, 27 January – 28 April 2007 and London: Cosh Gallery, 15–22 March 2007

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2006

A Scrumptious Christmas event, Church Hall of St. James The Less, Bethnal Green, London, UK,
2 December 2006
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RCA Secret 2006, with three postcards by FL@33’s Agathe Jacquillat for the 13th annual postcard exhibition and fundraising sale, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 17–26 November 2006
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Spoken With Eyes – Glimpses of Postdot Graphic Design, including FL@33’s Trans-form magazine, international exhibition curated by the Sacramento Art Directors and Artists club, UC Davis Design Museum, Sakramento, USA, 21 May – 14 June 2006
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Adicolor Studio, Adicolor launch exhibition with FL@33’s customised 8" (20.3cm) Adidas Toy2R Qee, Bread & Butter Trade Fair, Berlin, Germany, 28–29 January 2006
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2005

RCA Secret 2005, with three postcards by FL@33’s Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek for the 12th annual postcard exhibition and fundraising sale, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 18–26 November 2005
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Top Drawer Autumn Fair, launch of FL@33-designed Stereohype T-shirt collection 2005/06, Grand Hall Olympia, London, UK, 11–13 September 2005
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L’Arte di Sacla exhibition, with commissioned FL@33 video installation Sacla Cut 'n' Paste Remix, Le Temple, Paris, France, 9–12 June 2005

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Design-a-Qee UK launch and Toy2R DIY Expo, FL@33’s Mr Papillon qee and customised Knuckle Bear Mr Bad Luck were on display, London, UK, 7–19 June 2005

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Nico magazine launch event, Nude Shop, international T-shirt exhibition and auction including FL@33-design Stereohype T-shirts, Luxembourg, 27 April 2005

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FL@33 solo exhibition 8min 20sec with Stereohype collection 2004/05 launch, FL@33’s first solo exhibition in Paris, Zotoprod space, 1 December 2004 – 14 January 2005
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2004

A Discerning Christmas, x-mas card exhibition and fundraising sale for MA Communication Design at Central Saint Martins, with FL@33 contribution, Notting Hill Arts Club, London, UK,
7 December 2004
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RCA Secret 2004, with one postcard each by FL@33’s Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek for the 11th annual postcard exhibition and fundraising sale, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 19–27 November 2004
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Emerging Designers 2004, GraficEurope conference 2004, FL@33 was nominated to be part of the exhibition, Berlin, Germany, 14–16 October 2004. FL@33 was also part of the second Public Address System poster exhibition shown at the same occasion.

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Public Address System – Typographic Interpretations of Historical Speeches (Berlin), exhibition and book curated by Angharad Lewis, Grafik magazine, London, UK. Exhibited as part of the GraficEurope conference 2004 in Berlin, Germany. FL@33 was also nominated to be part of the Emerging Designers 2004 exhibition at the GraficEurope conference, shown at the same occasion, 14–16 October 2004

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see also: Public Address System, Henry Peacock Gallery, London, UK, 9 January – 15 February 2004

Toy2R Worldwide Tour, with 8" (20.3cm) Knuckle Bears customised by FL@33, travelling exhibition: Taipei, Taiwan: 29–31 July 2004, Hong Kong:
5–19 August 2004, New York, ...
, London:
7–19 June 2005
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Use Again exhibition, initiated and curated by studio Flink, recycled vector graphics – reassembled, Flink Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium, 25 June – 30 September 2004

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Design-a-Qee-Expo UK 2004, including FL@33’s winning artwork Mr Papillon Kit Cat Qee that was subsequently produced and released in 2005 by Hong Kong-based Toy2R, Playlounge, London, UK, 1–31 May 2004

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Public Address System – Typographic Interpretations of Historical Speeches (London), exhibition and book curated by Angharad Lewis, Grafik magazine, London, UK. First exhibited in London, Henry Peacock Gallery, 9 January – 15 February 2004

see exhibit and exhibition (London)
see also: Public Address System (Berlin) exhibited as part of GraficEurope conference, Berlin, Germany, 14–16 October 2004

 

2003

ADC New York – global travelling exhibition No. 82, including FL@33’s bzzzpeek.com, September 2003 – August 2004
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Bienal de Valencia: The Ideal City, A&M, Reading Department, with commissioned FL@33 video installation Reading ASCII Eye, Valencia, Spain, 6 June – 30 September 2003

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2002

GB: Graphic Britain book launch exhibition, featuring FL@33’s Pencil Eye Sculpture and for the very first time the A1-sized print Butterfly Pencil Sculpture Illustration, Magma Gallery, Clerkenwell, London, UK, 7 October – 8 November 2002
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Impuls.5, Trans-form magazine, FL@33 solo exhibition, Köhler Architekten, Frankfurt, Germany, June – August 2002

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La Hune, bookshop, shop window installation featuring FL@33’s Trans-form magazine, Paris, France, March 2002
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2001

FIAC, Foire Internationale d'Art Contemporain (International Contemporary Art Fair), Café des Arts, showcasing Noos (now Numericable) Competition winners including the first prize: Tomi Vollauschek’s AAT – Animated, Acoustic Typefaces and Singing Pasta or Eat and Be Eaten animation, Expo Porte de Versailles, Paris, France, October 2001
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The Show, Royal College of Art (RCA), final year master class show including the launch of FL@33’s Trans-form magazine, London, UK, June – July 2001

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Yr.1 Exhibitions, organised and curated by Channel 4, featuring a tower crane photograph by Agathe Jacquillat taken as part of FL@33’s Trans-form magazine research. The Photographers Gallery, London, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool and Stills Gallery, Edinburgh, May – July 2001

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Work in Progress, Royal College of Art (RCA), including the launch of AgatheHD.com – Agathe Jacquillat’s personal portfolio website at the time and the collaborative Agathe and Tomi (pre-FL@33) piece Planes – Delayed, London, UK, January 2001
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Pre-FL@33

The Folio Society, including Agathe Jacquillat's illustrations for Camus' The Outsider, Royal College of Art (RCA), London, UK, 2000

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MRAP – Movement Against Racism, with work by Agathe Jacquillat, Gallery La Pochade, Paris, France, 1998

Unfortunately no documentation.

First Edition, Zwischenstation / Coup de Grace poetry collection designed by Tomi Vollauschek, selected to be presented at the international book fair Leipzig, Germany, 1998
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2000 Perspektiven 1 & 2, group exhibitions including work by Tomi Vollauschek, Frankfurt, Germany, 1998 (unfortunately no documentation)

 

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