EDITORIAL DESIGN
LEONILSON DRAWN 
(1975—1993)


KW Institute for
Contemporary Art

Catalogue for the exhibition DRAWN by Brazilian artist Leonilson at KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin.

Designed in collaboration with Estúdio Campo (São Paulo, Brazil) The book presents a number of essays and more than 300 works of the artist. Published by Hatje Cantz Verlag. KW,
Berlin, 2020.



VISUAL IDENTITY
STUDIO ELSEWHERE

Social media and visual identity
for Studio Elsewhere.

Studio Elsewhere helps their audience to search for knowledge and the need to look elsewhere to find it.
Communication is the tool for finding knowledge. The symbols of written language are the formal basis of the identity of Studio Elsewhere.

Elements of writing such as period, colon, exclamation mark, question mark, quotation mark, etc. form the basis of the identity. Stylized and expanded to their maximum capacity, the shapes become graphic elements, another way of looking, another viewpoint, a window of knowledge.



EDITORIAL DESIGN
INNER VITALITY 
EXHIBITION BY CLAUDY JONGSTRA


Rijksmuseum Twente 
Enschede

Exhibition design and production. The wall texts, captions of the works, signage, and  the printed work of the main installation are designed and produced by Studio Kader. 


The garden signs are designed to activate the public's view of the garden. With numbered sticks next to the plants corresponding to a drawing and explanation of the plant on the sandwhich board. Both these and the captions of the main installation are printed on wood.


EDITORIAL DESIGN
PROJETO 
FELICIDADE

Catalog design
for art auction

Editorial design of an art auction catalog with over 300 works / images.The cover design was inspired by a work of the artist Volpi.

Designed in collaboration with Estúdio Campo in São Paulo, Brazil.


EXHIBITION DESIGN
DDW FLORIADE
INSTALLATION


Dutch Design Week / 2020

Exhibition identity. The architectural design of the exhibition consists of 7 booths that represent the themes of all past 7 editions of the Floriade. the installation is placed on the rooftop of the temporary container village Plug-In-City. 


The identity follows from the floor plan of the architecture, giving each booth a distinctive color. Unfortunately the physical exhibitions of DDW20 were canceled due to COVID-19.