about the studio

Ultragramme is a design studio founded in 2014 by Charles Beauté, Juliette Goiffon and Julien Keita. Collaborating with clients in cultural and business fields, the studio defends an open and cross-cutting approach to design. From print to digital, from space to exhibit design, each project receives a singular means for communication.

Beyond purely formal considerations, we conceive efficient tools which may be easily appropriated by our clients. Ultragramme’s activities are enriched by the artistic projects of Charles Beauté and Juliette Goiffon, who take great pleasure in their dual role. Français

Charles Beauté
art director

A graduate from the Ecole Supérieure des Arts-Décoratifs de Strasbourg (HEAR) in graphic design, Charles Beauté worked for 5 years as an independent graphic designer and repeatedly for the Libération newspaper. Co-founder and artistic director for the theory of design magazine Strabic.fr, he is particularly interested in information design and in the relations between print and digital media.

Juliette Goiffon
art director

After having graduated from the Arts-Décoratifs de Strasbourg (HEAR) and the Beaux-Arts de Paris (ENSBA), Juliette Goiffon considers graphic design as a branch of her artistic practice. With the intention to break down boundaries, she focuses on building bridges between these sister practices, playing with their respective tools and media, thus creating systems of creation more than fixed forms.

smileys a schematic vue of us collaborating with our clients

Julien Keita
studio manager

Graduating from the Institut des Médias de Paris in audio-visual production management, Julien Keita specialized in web marketing. After having worked in the music industry, his path tended towards graphic design. Familiar with business imperatives and the specificities of the cultural industries, his role is to coordinate and follow the projects, to accompany clients in the identification of their needs and to facilitate communication with the creative team.

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