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Visual contributors :

Constant Anee

Nobuyoshi Araki

Fred Aufray

Valerie Bélin

David Bellemere

Nadia Benchallal

Laurent Blachier

Geoffroy de Boismenu

Jerome Bonnet

Bela Borsodi

Yves Bottalico

Jean-Christian Bourcart

Hélène Builly

Linda Bujoli

Francesco Carrozzini

Zoe Cassavetes

Timur Celikdag

Anton Corbijn

Denis Delbecq

Jean-Philippe Delhomme

Fouad Elkoury

Jean-Claude Figenwald

Mike Figgis

Charles Fréger

Bruce Gilden

Michel Haddi

Azim Haidaryan

Nicolas Hidiroglou

Steve Hiett

Thomas Humery

William Klein

Felix Larher

Laurent Lolmède

Isilde Le Besco

Roxanne Lowit

Mai Lucas

Pierre-Luigi Macor

Ali Mahdavi

Fulvio Maiani

Rémi Malingrey

Jean-Baptiste Mondino

Valérie Mréjen

Youssef Nabil

Adi Nes

Erwin Olaf

Martin Parr

Harri Peccinotti

Guy Peellaert

Benoit Peverelli

Christian Poveda

Lucas Racasse

Rankin

Bob Richardson

Julian Röder

Lise Safarti

David Scrima

Stéphane Sednaoui

David Shields

Malick Sidibé

Sonia Sieff

Ami Sioux

Hedi Slimane

Paul Smith

Pierrick Sorin

Chantal Stoman

Lee Strickland

Cleo Sullivan

Juergen Teller

Oliviero Toscani

Nick Waplington

Jan Welters

Erwin Wurm

Ellen von Unwerth

About

After St. Martin's School of Art and running a nightclub in London,
Robin King moved to Paris to become a graphic designer like his dad.

 

Twenty years later, Robin is now a leading creative director who has worked
in fashion, news and politics. In print, his credits include Libération Next,
Vogue Hommes and 20 Ans. On the internet, he designed the official site
of Paris, Rue89.com and the World Economic Forum's Briefing Room.

 

In 2011, he was asked to join François Hollande's presidential election campaign as art director. The picture was taken a few days after victory.