A study of French Renaissance type [with Lara Dautun and Samuel Salminen].
Current state of a year-long research-driven process of reviving Renaissance types by Pierre Haultin and Francois Guyot. The source material for this work was De l'institution, usage et doctrine du sainct sacrament, published by Ph. de Mornay (La Rochelle, H. Haultin, 1598).
Tutored byFrank E. Blokland
Dialogue-based project in collaboration with Lara Dautun aiming at an “ultimate test sheet” creation for combining two colours. Using technique of risoprinting we wanted to explore what possibilities overlaying of two colours has to offer, what inbetween situation it creates.
Flat Gold, Orange, Aqua, Grey, Blue, Green, Yellow, Fluor Pink, Metallic Gold, Black, Hunter Green, Purple, Bright Red, Fluor Orange, Raspberry Red
The project is an hommage to Don Cherry.
A gentle italic type.
Short publication containting a research into tattoo art,
its connotations and colonial appropriation. A book composes of
a couple of interviews trying to grasp a few artsts' stance on this
matter, my personal reflection on it, excerpts from the book: "Tattoo history : a source book" by Steve Gilbert.
and a visual self-exploration of tattoo practice.
Series of 3 pairs of collages. It is a riso-experiment with narrative, playing with the theme of “gray as equilibrium”
1. Situation : DYNAMIC
Grey, reverse : only colour
2. Situation : LESS DYNAMIC (composition as well)
Grey and just a little bit of colour; mostly colour and a little bit of grey
3. Situation: STATIC
Mostly colour and a little bit of grey(one element); almost no color (mostly grey)
Flat brush writing translated into three different contrasts.
Publication containing short essays on typography and production.
Letters serving as visual identity for an imaginary event on multigenrational dialogue.
Poster exploring the idea of neutrality in visual domain.
Redesign of the book
with Samuel Salminen.
a condensed display serif.
In collaboration with Samuel Salminen.
[work in progress]
Tutored byPeter Verheul
Ideas for tattooing.
3-axis variable letters
based on a concept of
Installation consisting of latex pieces and photographs.
It explores the notion of contemporary narcissism as grievance experienced after having been uprooted.