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Figuurlijk (2012)

Publicity design for Figuurlijk, an exhibition about the human form in Visual Art for Museum Hilversum.

Compulsion (2012)

Catalogue designed for L.A. based photographer Alex Prager. The catalogue presents Alex's latest body of work, named 'Compulsion'. The catalogue is designed with the Founders Grotesk typeface, designed by Kris Sowersby. The catalogue is swiss bound and covered by a dust jacket that is also a poster. The cover is printed in deep black and the white typography is covered in a thick spot varnish. The catalogue was presented at three openings in L.A., New York and London.

Scheepstimmermanstraat 124 (2012)

Silkscreened A1 poster describing the location of my (now former) studio in a rebus.

Frame Magazine (2011)

Frame (NL) is a bi-monthly international trade magazine about contemporary interior and product design. In 2011 together with Mariƫlle van Genderen and Cathelijn Kruunenberg I was responsible for the re-design and art-direction of the magazine. Our goal was to make a content driven layout that is simple and to the point. We gave the magazine a strong but flexible typographic identity, using two typefaces and a set of simple rules to define the different sections. The only graphic interventions are a color palette that changes per issue and the overlapping of text and image.

Where They Create (2011)

Where They Create is a book published by Frame publishers. The book is a selection of 32 artist / creative studio's and offices from all around the world, that where shot by Australian photographer Paul Barbera. The books have a hard bound silkscreened cover. Each book has a cover sticker of one of the 32 participants from the book. This making for 32 different book covers. The layout is a mix of small and large images, zooming in and out of details, emphasizing the voyeuristic nature of Pauls' photographs. The studio portraits are accompanied by an interview, streamers and a large quote that introduces each of the stories.