Jean-Paul Goude  

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Jean-Paul Goude (born 1940) is a French graphic designer, illustrator, photographer and advertising film director. He created several well-known campaigns for brands such as Perrier, Citroën and Chanel. For a time he was married to his muse, model and performer Grace Jones. They had a son, Paulo Goude.

Selected works

  • Several music videos for Grace Jones, 1981 - 1985
  • Citroën CX, ad, 1984, with the car driving into the mouth of a giant robotic head looking like Grace Jones. Banned in several countries at its time.
  • Chanel Egoïste, ad, 1990
  • Chanel Coco, ad, 1991, with Vanessa Paradis as a bird in a cage
  • Carolina




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