Edhv will be on show in China as part of a traveling exhibition on Dutch graphic design.
Graphic Happiness in China brings together an overview of more than 40 Dutch designers, which includes 20 iconic figures of Dutch Design, such as: Dick Bruna, Wim Crouwel, Theo van Doesburg, and Anthon Beeke. Next to this, 24 Dutch contemporary design studios and designers will present their work in solo exhibitions: Autobahn, Irma Boom, Catalog Tree, Studio Dumbar, Edhv, Hans Gremmen, Hansje van Halem, Johann Kauth, KesselsKramer, René Knip, Harmen Liemburg, Loulou&Tummie, LUST, Metahaven, Studio Moniker, Niessen & de Vries, Pinar&Viola, RAW COLOR, Michiel Schuurman, Thonik, Trapped in Suburbia, Underware, Job Wouters, Zeloot (Eline van Dam). The exhibition aims to bring the inspiration and playfulness of Dutch Design to China, where the colourful and joyful works, will sparkle the mind and imagination.
Curated by Fin Zhao and Imke Ruigrok, the new exhibition of Graphic Happiness will travel throughout China for the duration of 14 months. The first instalment, Graphic Happiness NL will be launched on the 24th of November 2012 at the Museum of the University of the Arts in Nanjing, as part of the school’s 100th anniversary celebrations. From then on the exhibition will travel to the following cities:
Guangzhou, winter 2013
Shanghai, summer 2013
Beijing, autumn 2013
Chengdu, late autumn 2013
The opening on November 24th 2012 will be accompanied by a press show organized in the Nanjing University of the Arts at 2:30 pm.
Location: Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts, No.15, HUJUBEI road, GULOU district, Nanjing, China.
Recently two new books are published that feature some of our projects. Dynamic Identities like the title suggests is an overview on this hot topic and is neatly putt together by Irene van Nes and published by BIS. It features five of our projects.
Los Logos 6 published by Gestalten shows the latest logos developed around the globe. This book also features some of our recent works.
Just to let you know.
It’s been a while, so we decided to throw a little party. Thanks once again for showing up to have a good time! If you missed it, stay tuned for the next one.
We went on a three day trip to Documenta 13 in Kassel, Germany with the crew to see what’s up.
Experimenting with screen-printing metals. By mixing the metals with acid and salt the oxidation sets in and produces different colors. No pigments were used. The oxidation process takes about a week. More on this soon.
Some images from a stakeholders seminar for which we provided the graphics. The first public display of a rebranding we’ve worked on. more soon.