An assignment in collaboration with Bart de Baets, Richard Niessen and Bas Koopmans. We all constructed our own Cobra snake to cut into separate business cards. Every employee gets a piece of a snake and becomes a link in the Cobra movement.
— > Typographic portraits for Café Le Faux Rire
Café Le Faux Rire is an artist evening in the café of the Cobra Museum. Le Faux Rire means fake laugh.
— > Flyers / brochures for Rietveld Academy workshops in the Cobra Museum.
If you dive into the archives of the Cobra Museum — like the Rietveld students did during their workshop — you can discover the inspiration for the Cracking Cobra logo.
— > Flyers for Michael Tedja in the Cobra Museum.
Michael Tedja’s artworks all look very different and needed a typographic framework to make the publicity of his exhibition in the Cobra Museum look consistent
— > A for Amstelveen: mark of a new Art domain.
Within the rural area of Amstelveen art pops up during Amstelveen Triënnale (a three yearly exhibition tour through Amstelveen between three museums). To mark this art domain threedimensional versions of the logo will be made this summer for signage.