Art Director, Creative Director
Fabrice Frere is a Creative Director based in New York City with 20+ years in art, design and creative direction.
In 2007, he launched PlanetFab Studio with his partner and acclaimed art director Michelle Keller, a creative design studio offering design and creative services to a large and diverse roster of private retail clients in the fashion and luxury space such as Bloomingdales, Macy’s, Elie Tahari, to name a few. Their services include Brand Development, Campaign Conception, Art Direction, Strategy, Websites and Digital Content Creation, Graphics, Identity, Typography, Packaging, Copywriting, Photography.
Fabrice is also known for creating advertising campaigns and eye-catching key art in the entertainment industry, starting with the iconic King’s Speech poster in 2008, a film with a small production $15 million production budget which was catapulted to Oscar-winning status, and which ended-up earning $480 million worldwide. His posters have a strong conceptual approach and style.
Over the years, Fabrice has worked and created campaigns and identities for W Hotels, Netflix, Canal +, Fox Searchlight, Saks Fifth Avenue, Richard James, Harrys of London, TWC , and many others.
Before advertising, Fabrice Frere had come from a magazine background— first at GQ Magazine, and then at the helm of CITY magazine, an award-winning national lifestyle magazine published out of New York City, above soho’s trendy Mercbar (in which he was a partner). He also created several custom publishing titles for various clients in real estate.
Area of Expertise : Creative Direction / Graphic Design