a period of twenty-five years, Vincent Winter has built
a reputation for excellence on both sides of the Atlantic.
Between 1978 and 1985, he designed work for Rolling
Stone, Esquire, Inside Sports and The New York Times.
Winter moved to France in 1986 and founded Vincent Winter
Associés. He redesigned many newspapers and magazines
across Europe including International Herald Tribune
(France), Le Parisien (France), Refugées (Switzerland),
Kathimerini (Greece) and Modern Painters (UK). In 1998,
Winter co-founded Interactive Bureau Paris, a web design
agency focused on content architecture. His clients
include Packard Bell, Sclumberger and Ziff-Davis.