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leve ed

last night i attended one of the busiest openings i have ever seen at the stedelijk museum: one of my true heroes ed van der elsken and bumped into another hero: mister anton beeke, great to see that van der elsken’s work remains so releavant and still attracts such a large crowd… well worth a visit

m / 03-02-2017 09:57 - tags: , , , ,  

new york ware

a selection of some of the best of chris ware’s cover images for the the new yorker of which there are many…

m / 25-01-2017 10:08 - tags: , , , ,  

boom

…When something is new, that’s when it’s at its best,… You have these books where there is text along the edges. Imagine if you could do that now. People have gotten more conservative…

check out this recent interview with irma boom in the new york times

m / 25-01-2017 09:08 - tags: , , , , ,  

heavyweight

mongrel_rapture

just arrived in the studio last week: my copy of this analogue masterpiece mongrel rapture almost 3 kilos of paper & beauty, delivered in book form

m / 29-11-2016 13:50 - tags: , , , ,  

GD

…in that moment the designer was the client and the designer at the same time. They could express themselves in a way which was inspiring. This, was for me, a pure laboratory where the designers could go really very far. This was also the period where we worked together with Cranbrook Academy in Detroit which was at that moment the most avante-garde art school in America. The Head of Graphic Design Catherine McCoy visited me and was so impressed by the way we approached our work that she asked if she could send some interns. I said ‘of course’ and there is a lot of influence from Cranbrook Academy in this work as well…

graham_dumbar

an interview with gert dumbar and my buddy graham sturt from VBAT, well worth a read even if you know the dumbar story and his opinions already… nice job graham!