A handout designed for the Isolde Venrooy solo-exhibition •R•E•S•P•O•N•G•E• in De Fabriek in Eindhoven. The text takes unexpected detours following the line of ‘between’ in order to queer directions, a connecting theme in Isolde’s work.
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.
Apice for Artists produces art projects and stimulates dialogue in presenting artistic practices. Apice is Daniela Apice.
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.
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
The Principle Rules was an event about constructing and readability. The typography in the flyer and the brochure focused on readability as the result of a collapsing construction.
The posters and flyers are made for Klassieke Beesten, an event that could be described as a dynamic sum of poetry and music
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.
Los means “loose”, “wild”, or “licentious”…