Shaping cultural and commercial ideas through graphic design
Kolofon specialises in visual identity and editorial design for cultural and commercial organisations throughout Europe. The studio works with clients of all scale, ranging from photographers and furniture designers to national theatres and orchestras. At the heart of the practice is a belief in the enduring power of simplicity, which informs every aspect of the studio's work.


Selected clients:
British Council for Offices
Copenhagen Carpentry Co.
Danish Design Makers
Dansk selskab for ny fransksproget litteratur

Emilia Therese Photography
Forlaget Etcetera
Institut Français

La Comédie de Clermont-Ferrand
Le Cercle des Nageurs de Marseille
Orchestre de Paris
Palais de Tokyo
Penguin Random House
Théâtre de l’Arsenal





Kolofon is owned and run by graphic designer Graeme Rodrigo. Graeme was born in Melbourne, Australia. After studying Graphic Design at Swinburne University of Technology, he began his career in Melbourne at Lancashire Blenheim Design [1996–99] under the guidance of partners Steve Blenheim and David Lancashire, member Alliance Graphique Internationale. Following this apprenticeship, he relocated to London and developed his career as a freelance designer at studios including Conran Design Group, Imagination, Landor, Pocknell Studio, Roundel, SAS, The Team, Trickett & Webb and 300million amongst others. 
He founded his own practice in London 2011, and relocated to Copenhagen with his family shortly afterwards where he now works with a talented network of artists, writers, designers & photographers. His work, characterised by a strong bias towards typography, has been recognised by D&AD [2011] & Le Club des Directeurs Artistiques [2013, 2022], featured in Eye and Monocle journals, and published by Thames & Hudson. He has given talks on typography and visual culture at the Copenhagen School of Design and Technology [KEA] and co-designed a global bestseller for Penguin Random House about cooking with a hangover.
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