Commissioned by nai010 Publishers. Offset, 120 pages, in edition of 2500.
Archiprix is an annual exhibition and contest that features the most promising graduation projects of (landscape) architecture, interior and urban design of the Netherlands. This years exhibition was hosted by Het Nieuwe Instituut.
Collection of poetry by Gilles Boeuf, published by nY.
Signing and identity system for the ArtEZ Arnhem graduation show 2019. I.c.w. Yin Yin Wong and Wietske Flederus, under the name of ZeroDotZero.
Identity for the exhibition 'Raketstart' at Stedelijk Museum Breda, i.c.w. Team Thursday.
I.c.w. Team Thursday
Unused logo and identity, i.c.w. Jeremy Jansen. Witfilm is concerned with the production of documentaries and fictional films.
Poster and flyer for yearly lecture night on Arnhem-made books, hosted by Ontwerp Platform Arnhem and Casa. Silkscreened by Plaatsmaken.
Handout accompanying the exhibition for the graduation show of the Design, Writing and Curating Masters of Design Academy Eindhoven. By cutting up the handout into posters and captions, the handout works as an index of the exhibition space which is treated as a 3-dimensional reader. I.c.w. Jeremy Jansen.
Exhibition design for the graduation show of the Design, Writing and Curating Masters of Design Academy Eindhoven. I.c.w. Jeremy Jansen.
EXTRA is a quarterly photography magazine by FOMU Antwerp, published by Fw:Books. Editorial assistance for Hans Gremmen.
Poster and flyer for a series of 4 events on thingness, hosted by Extrapool, Nijmegen.
Artwork for a clubnight at Patronaat, Haarlem. The poster (1) is designed in a way it can be—without losing crucial information—chopped up into a square Instagram format (2) and a facebook event banner (3).
Handout for exhibition on artificial intelligence in creative practices. Curated by Agata Jaworska, William Meyers and Aisling Murray. I.c.w. Jeremy Jansen.
Graphic Design Arnhem graduation catalogue, ArtEZ. I.c.w. Maartje Trimpe Burger.
Graduation exhibition 2017, Graphic Design Arnhem, ArtEZ. I.c.w. Maartje Trimpe Burger.
Redesign of the original book by Alexander Alberro and Patricia Norvell published in 2001. The book contains functions as the documentation of 9 recorded interviews with the most prominent faces of the Conceptual Art movement in it's peak, around '69-'71. Featured artists are Stephen Kaltenbach, Robert Morris, Sol LeWitt, Seth Siegelaub, Robert Barry, Douglas Huebler, Dennis Oppenheim, Robert Smithson and Lawrence Weiner.