Hole in the Dyke
9733 EH Groningen
170 years of Vlisco
Vlisco, the Dutch textile company whose wax fabrics have been adopted and adapted by generations of African women, celebrates its 170th birthday this year with a dazzling exhibition Vlisco 1:1 / UN a UN . Design: Studio Harm Rensink. Surface design: Michiel Schuurman Check out the interview with the makers on grafik. To be seen at the Gemeentemuseum Helmond, Netherlands, until 12 March 2017.
With a new symbol and slogan Johnson Banks has rebranded the French founded charity Action Against Hunger in a comprehensive identity to be applied worldwide. Another nice example of new identity that uses details from the previous logo to carry over some recognizable elements.
Tue, November 01, 2016 - 5:59
Jan Mankes Artist Project
The Auction for the benefit of Museum Belvedere will end on Sunday at 14.00 hour. Over 130 artists were inspired by a recently acquired painting of Jan Mankes. Happy bidding!
Fri, October 28, 2016 - 1:51
Mon, August 22, 2016 - 6:02
"Will they ever have another fighter who writes poems, predicts rounds, beats everybody, makes people laugh, makes people cry and is as tall and extra pretty as me?"
'David Bowie is' at the Groninger Museum closes Sunday April 10. So 10 more days to go...
Fri, April 01, 2016 - 11:17
First my all-time hero Johan Cruyff and yesterday architect Zaha Hadid. Two great pioneers. To honour Zaha Hadid here the videopaviljoen that was part of the exhibition “What a wonderful world!” in 1990 an her proposal for the Forum building from 2006..
Fri, April 01, 2016 - 11:13
The New typeface Common Sans is a typeface that replaces the word refugee with the word human. Being a refugee is a temporary status, being a human is permanent. Humans are amazing. A stamp on their passport should not let us believe otherwise. Rewrite, retype, rethink.
Sat, December 12, 2015 - 10:15
Tasked with bringing a great level of realism to the MI6 technology, Rushes MGFX Studio researched the emerging field of nano-robotics and the latest military and medical thinking, to create technically accurate graphics that lead to a heightened sense of authenticity.