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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. For the most part I stayed in the Hague, this is a collection of some of the graphic design work I found in the streets. The Hague is a very creative city with it’s famous Royal Academy of Art.

Silkscreen poster for a textile festival, made by Studio Kommerskijken


Another silkscreen poster for the textile festival.


While I was in the Hague I went to a Zeloot exhibition. Zeloot is a graphic designer who works almost entirely on silkscreen posters, and has an incredible collection of brightly coloured, joyful and surreal pieces. You really have to see the posters up close to get the full experience because the colours are so fantastic, many using fluorescent inks.


Zeloot poster number 2 for the Volks Paleis in the Hague


Logo for a vintage shop, engraved in stone


I found this brochure in the library made by Studio 75B. The colours came out really nicely, I think they used Riso print. I like how they used paper that has a different texture on both sides and how the manuscript typography creates a strong contrast with the photographs.


Nice typography wall art at the Stedelijk museum in Amsterdam


Funky typography on a shop window


Hologram business cards at the Stedelijk museum in Amsterdam. Shame about my awful photography skills!


Really nice tram design & logo design for the Royal Picture Gallery, which exhibits Dutch golden age paintings. The colours really exude royalty, by one of my favourite Studios, Studio Dumbar.


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