January 14, 2011
Christmas dinner at our studio.
January 14, 2011
Here is some material of the Moonlife project in Shanghai. These are some randomly found images of the exhibition. Hopefully we have better pictures soon.
January 7, 2011
Lee Burden invited Edhv to have a lunch and a chat at the studio of Eric de Haas. Lee is doing his internship and this is part of his job.
January 4, 2011
The making of a new years wish.
December 1, 2010
Here are the photos from the Predition exhibition at the International Design Biennale at Saint Etienne. And some randomly selected snapshots from our trip.
November 12, 2010
Preparing for the new edition of the Dutch Invertuals exhibition. Come check it out and get your limited edition souvenir of the late medieval wooden gate of Eindhoven (a.k.a. De Woenselsche Poort) here. The show started of with an out of the ordinary dinner and a sneak preview for the guests. Wood from the excavated medieval city gate of Eindhoven was transformed into new design projects. Here are some impressions of the Dutch Invertuals party. Thanks for joining see you all next time.
September 6, 2010
Experimenting and preparing for a project at the Textile Museum Tilburg.
August 26, 2010
An international delegation of the ISEA 2010 was invited to visit Eindhoven and get acquainted to some of the E-culture projects that are going on here. Baltan Laboratories asked us to tell the delegation something about our Debug project.
July 1, 2010
This came in today. Some footage of the opening of the De Zines exhibition in Madrid. It is an overview exhibition and magazine culture and was curated by Roberto Vidal and Oscar Martin. The magazine featured are Edhv/Brln, Edhv/Zrch, Edhv/Mln, Edhv/Mdrd and LEAD Magazine.
May 27, 2010
Edhv was invited to show debug at the Graphic Design Festival Breda. Other participants where: Perongeluk, Studio Smack, Jeroen Holthuis, LUST, sndrv, Julius von Bismarck & Benjamin Maus (DE), Fabrica (IT) en Laikafont (CH). The theme of the show was decoding. we decided to make digital digits with the help of our little friends, the crickets the beetles and the woodlice.