Loran Stosskopf, born in 1978, graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and continued his studies at the Cooper Union School of Art in New York. After a stint with the Atelier de Création Graphique, he began his professional career with the Pentagram design studio in London. Since 2002, he has also done international project work in the fields of press, art, fashion and architecture.
His projects include the graphic design of a Phaidon travel guide series (Wallpaper* City Guides), the art direction of Télérama and the creation of exhibition catalogues and posters for cultural institutions like the French Ministry of Culture, Frac Île-de-France and Paris Musées, Flammarion.
He takes regular part in workshops and schools, including ENSAD, the École Supérieure d’Art de Mulhouse, ESC Pau or Le Havre. His work has been exhibited at the Chaumont International Poster and Graphic Design Festival and the National Library of France. His pieces have won awards from the French Concours de Plus Beaux Livres, D&AD in London and the Art Directors Club of France. Loran Stosskopf’s work has appeared in various publications, such as Design Week (United Kingdom), Étapes(France), Wallpaper Magazine (United Kingdom), Gallery (China) and The New York Times (United States).
The 6-week type design programme that you’ve been waiting for starts on 6 June and ends 13 July 2023.
Our summer programme is in English and covers typeface design and calligraphy techniques, type history, and software practices. Every kind of design professional can learn about type design in a relatively short amount of time.