This book is about the author’s friendship with murdered lawyer Derk Wiersum. Design concept: personal memories of Derk Wiersum are overshouted by big screaming headlines in a scrapbook sort of composition.
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.
Copy and poster are made for an art evening, when Pop band The Ik Jan Cremers performed during the screening of the anarchistic cultmovie Themroc in which modern life is razed to the ground
The 24th edition of Limozine (written and designed by COUP) is one A3 page published in a magazine of a friend. (order here)
This book has never been online before. It is the accompanying catalogue to the exhibition Life in a Glass House, a proposal for Municipal Art Acquisitions 2001/ 2002 in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
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.
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
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.
For every word, sentence or paragraph — written by Dutch comedian Freek de Jonge for a short political TV-movie — COUP developed a visual concept. For the phrase “Ben je blind”, a movie scene with an empty newspaper was thought up. The paper was printed at the Volkskrant in a circulation of 1 copy.