Mr Knight’s World Band Receiver
How to or not to run a business
De PUNT Annual Report 2013 – book sprint with Selby Gildemacher
Collective modes of designing
In 2013–2015 I used Post Perdu, a monthly mailing by Perdu – Stichting Poezie en Experiment as an occasion to discuss the identity of Perdu. Every month I initiated a short workshop with the editorial bord of Perdu to discuss, question and reflect while making. The assignments resolved into diverse drawings, cut-outs and collages, which I processed and used for the posters. The collective research helped me develop a coherent design proposal for a new visual identity for Perdu. Amsterdam 2013–2014
More open spaces for Amsterdam
De PUNT is an a coworking- and project space in the Czaar Peterbuurt in Amsterdam initiated by De Derde Verdieping a collective of Sandberg Instituut graduates and TAAK.
De PUNT is an initiative offering diverse programs in art and social change. De PUNT also servers as a workspace for neighbors and cultural entrepreneurs. De PUNT is interested in interdisciplinary and process based collaboration and likes to organize and host (art & design) manifestations, music and food events, movie nights, debates, lectures and workshops.
Occasional publishing: Gelegenheidsuitgave
Editorial concept for the ‘gegelegenheidsuitgave’ at Perdu, a small publications on occasions of special events. In occasion of the launch of the new visual identity and an evening about ‘metamorphosis’ Perdu asked 5 Dutch poets to write a poem. Amsterdam 2014
Haar in de soep
Poster for ‘Haar in de Soep’ a Sunday afternoon event featuring haircuts, soup and bloody mary’s in De PUNT. Amsterdam 2013
Coworking in de Punt
‘Actiekaart’, promotional card for a free week of using the coworking space in De PUNT.
Local newspaper as local narrator and packaging
The most important item of the visual identity of STACH food is the newspaper. It functions as as a narrator, telling the story of the foods and the local food suppliers. At the same time the newspaper is used as packaging. In collaboration with Chris Lee. Amsterdam 2011