Juliette Najman is a contemporary French-British designer and illustrator who currently works with vectors. Her simple, modern and vibrant style makes her work desirable for commercial briefs. Having studied Graphic Design at Manchester School of Art has given her the opportunity to work with an eclectic range of artists and designers. She has been able to pursue different areas of the creative field and has worked with a variety of people which enables her to think from different perspectives. Previously she has collaborated with Eike Koenig of HORT Berlin, Ian Anderson, Peter Holden. Juliette had work commended by The Poundshop, The Foundry and Intern Magazine.
Juliette Najman has been involved in the set up of many exhibitions in Manchester’s Northern Quarter and the seaside town of Whitstable where she is based during the summer months. She is versatile in the way she works with clients, and is open to applying her work in a number of ways. In the past she has supplied illustrations to independent clothing brands and set up her own brand of illustrated Bags and T-Shirts, CRKYT Clothing which had a strong international online following. She is currently working freelance for brands such as ASOS and is always looking to work on new and exciting projects.