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An Interview with Ricardo Leite
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An Interview with Ricardo Leite

Ricardo is a Portuguese graphic designer and art director based in Amsterdam. His work has a playful typographic feel, with striking compositions that have caught the eye of the French graphic design magazine Etapes on several occasions...

An Interview with Studio Dumbar
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An Interview with Studio Dumbar

Studio Dumbar is a very iconic Dutch studio, which has an intrinsic role in Dutch Design. The studio is responsible for the design of the Dutch police, the Dutch trains, logos for the government, as well as countless cultural institutions...

An Interview with Niessen & De Vries
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An Interview with Niessen & De Vries

Niessen & de Vries are an iconic duo of the Dutch Design world. Esther creates stunning conceptual editorial projects and Richard works on intricate, colourful and systematic posters. They both have a love for conceptual work...

Discovering Dutch Design with Kantoor Papa
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Discovering Dutch Design with Kantoor Papa

Kantoor Papa or “Papa Office” is a young graphic design studio from the Hague in the Netherlands. We had a chat about everything from the studio, to Dutch Design, to the differences between University and the real world...

Dutch Design in The Hague and Beyond
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Dutch Design in The Hague and Beyond

This summer I spent a month travelling and working in the Netherlands, discovering Dutch design. This is a collection of some of the graphic design work I found in the streets of The Hague which is a very creative city with it’s famous Royal Academy of Art...