December 2005 – Art direction for cULTUUR. The journal of ethnology aims at offering a forum for the study of everyday life in the Dutchspeaking region, both past and present. more

September 2005 – Posters for art festival 'Close Encounters', The Hague (NL). more

Monopolis / Antwerpen poster

September 2005 – Poster design ( 1 in a series of 100) for exhibition 'Monopolis / Antwerpen' at Witte de With, Rotterdam (NL). In collaboration with Nienke Terpsma.

Monopolis / Antwerpen catalogue

September 2005 – Catalogue for exhibition 'Monopolis / Antwerpen' at Witte de With, Rotterdam (NL). In collaboration with Nienke Terpsma.

July 2005 – Art direction for cULTUUR. The journal of ethnology aims at offering a forum for the study of everyday life in the Dutchspeaking region, both past and present. more

Buckyshirts

July 2005 – As a part of the exhibition Made In Arnhem we also printed some shirts.

July 2005 – Project for Made in Arnhem. Attempt to build a structure as large as possible using only paper. more

woonhuisproject

April 2005 – Poster for the final exhibition of the preparatory year of the Architecture department of ArtEZ, Arnhem (NL). Final result of an introductional course in graphic design for architecure students.

post-it font

April 2005 – post-it

2005 / font / post it

March 2005 – A series of nine screen-printed posters commenting on the growth of Arnhem and nearby Nijmegen. The series focusses on the A325 highway which connects the two cities.  more

Artoteek Den Haag

February 2005 – Website for art gallery 7x11 in The Hague (NL). In collaboration with Niels van der Sluijs (html), Lutz Issler (scripting).

Mullerpier

January 2005 – Floor markings for Parking beneath Housing project in Rotterdam (NL). The size, scale and the efficiency of the deck of an aircraft carrier are references for the design of the floor. The driving routes are optically reduced to leave wider pedestrian friendly routes. A subtle network of columns and marker dots define the proportions of a parking space, oversize numbers mark privately owned places. (photos by van Bergen Kolpa Architects) In collaboration with Lofvers van Bergen Kolpa (architects).