Graphique de France Calendars
Graphique de France was founded in Boston in 1979 by Jean-Jacques Toulotte. Jean-Jacques started with just a typewriter, a small inventory of posters and the passion for product quality, he quickly grew as an established print distributor in the US.
By 1981, Graphique de France relocated to the South End of Boston, hired a secretary and published their first catalog of 100 posters.
By 1984, the company became a distributor to a prints publisher. They reproduced work for some of the most renowned art establishments, such as the Museum of Fine Arts, the National Gallery of Art, and the Art Institute of Chicago.
In 1991, Graphique de France launched their first line of calendars, followed by blank note cards and greeting cards.
By 1992 the company was growing larger than ever and relocated to Woburn, Massachusetts. In this new 40,000 square feet space, Graphique de France held their entire operations under one roof. The creative, procurement and distribution is all handled in this location which enabled them to increase their market share without compromising values.
Today, Graphique de France is one of the leading international publishers of calendars, counter cards, holiday cards and posters.
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