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digital typography

Meet Hansje, a graphic designer who explores typography flirting with the legibility and (ir)regularity creating textures and patterns out of her works.

 

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Block C Poster04-AdaDuker : Screen printed posters for exhibitions in Galerie Block C, Groningen. Ongoing series 2014
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Block C Poster03-DinekeOosting : Screen printed posters for exhibitions in Galerie Block C, Groningen. Ongoing series 2014
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Block C Poster07-IngeborgEntrop : Screen printed posters for exhibitions in Galerie Block C, Groningen. Ongoing series 2014

 

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2015 GidsG-Hansje : Letter design for cover of literary magazine ‘De Gids’
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2014 W for W : Type Sketch for Willum.
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2014 VPROgids Radio-1 : Cover for tc-guide of Dutch Broadcasting Company VPRO
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2014 VPROgids Dutch Design Week : Covers for tc-guide of Dutch Broadcasting Company VPRO
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2014 Sketch Cahier-impression : Cover of publication ‘Sketch Cahier – Hansje van Halem’
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2014 QKunst-covers : Cover of publication ‘Sketch Cahier – Hansje van Halem’
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2014 Backside-Poster-AGA55 : Screen printed poster for 55th birthday of Amsterdams Grafisch Atelier

 

Hansje van Halem (NL, 1978) works as an independent graphic designer since 2003. She has great love for typography, book design and all other types of printed matter. Besides creating letters, textures and patterns (digitally and manually) she loves to solve editorial problems with typography and materialisation.
“I find repetitive work soothing. It calms me down and allows me some time to think about other things while being productive at the same time. I like the tension between a systematic approach, legibility and (ir)regularity. I find it equally interesting to only draw the textures and end up with patterns.”

www.hansje.net

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