FL@33 is a multi-disciplinary studio for visual communication
based in London. Its founders Agathe Jacquillat (French from
Paris) and Tomi Vollauschek (Austrian but from Frankfurt,
Germany) studied at FH Darmstadt (Germany), Academy
Julian/ESAG (Penninghen) (Paris), HDK (Gothenburg) and
Camberwell College of Art (London), before they met on the
Royal College of Art’s post-graduate Communication Art and
Design course in 1999. They set up their company in London in
2001. The studio’s clients include MTV Networks, Sacla, BBC,
Royal Festival Hall, Laurence King Publishing, Groupe Galeries
Lafayette, Matelsom, Arts Affaires and Friends of the Earth.
The two launched Stereohype.com – Graphic Art & Fashion
Boutique in 2004, an international platform for both emerging
and established talents. The duo have also released selfinitiated
projects such as the award-winning Trans-form magazine
and online sound collection project bzzzpeek.com.
FL@33 interviews, features and company profiles have been
published online and in numerous magazines, newspapers and
books around the world. Interviews featured on BBC Radio
and NPR, America’s National Public Radio, after The New York
Times, along with its international supplements, featured an
article about the bzzzpeek.com project. A FL@33 monograph
was published in 2005 as part of the design&designer book
series by French publisher Pyramyd Editions.
Agathe and Tomi have designed several books, including
Laurence King’s 200% Cotton: New T-shirt Graphics, 300%
Cotton: More T-Shirt Graphics and Patterns: New Surface
Design. Postcard is the first major publication FL@33 have
compiled, written, edited and designed.
If you would like to submit your own postcard art and design
work for potential inclusion in future editions of this book,
in touch with us.