Laetitia Wolff is the founding director of futureflair, a creative conduit through which she consults on design, culture and design trends. She brings an expert's eye to all things visual and an understanding of design’s cultural meaning and challenges.
Formerly editorial director at Surface magazine and the editor-in-chief of Graphis, she is the author of Massin, the first monograph on the iconic French graphic artist, and Real Photo Postcards: Unbelievable Images from the Collection of Harvey Tulcensky. Recently she edited New Design Cities.
She has curated a number of exhibitions including Value Meal: Design and (Over)eating, in collaboration with Aric Chen as well as the first retrospective on Massin. Wolff is a contributing editor for international design publications such as Abitare and Etapes.