The design of this flyer is put on top of the previous flyer design for P/////AKT (on the left corner you can still see it) in order to emphasize the ongoing flow of shows at P/////AKT. … — > Flyer for PAKT: All We Can Do Is What We Actually Doing Already.
In this exhibition three artists referred to applied visual language from the past. One of them, Thomas Raat, is known for copying visuals from penguin paperback covers. … — > Flyer / poster for PAKT: The Irretraceable Urge.
Starting point was a process that would generate the design. With every printed item an extra layer was added to the printing sheet containing a zoom-out of the same design in a new pantone colour. All items have been cut in several ways from that same printing sheet, which results in different crops of the design for each item. As a result of this process, the final item (the book cover) was cut from the complete message containing seven solid pantone colours. … — > Catalogues in different printing stadiums for Sonic Acts.
This typeface was born from doodles during a long phonecall with the artist Lars Eijssen. Conversations with Eijssen often inspired Peter to start making designs in the meantime. … — > Bela Lugosi’s Dead (typeface).
The design explained in a few words:
The days of the week of this agenda are replaced by words that form parts of popsongs. Together with the colour pages they reflect the hidden emotions behind the week. The Typeface is derived from Elegant Grotesk, used by Peter Saville for a New Order sleeve (Movement).
Visual concept for Kink FM: Sound of the cities: radiowaves are the new skylines.
Kraftwerk portrayed as Avantgarde artists
More text and photos will be added later.
It visualizes the ongoing creative process of playing and recording during the composing of a new soundpiece, the work REC does daily. We only used audio icons to fit in the housestyle we designed earlier for them.