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An annual week public space event about research, inspiration and meeting in dance. Every year in October, just before it gets really wet and cold, choreographers and dancers enter one of the neighborhoods in Tilburg to see what impact their work has on passersby. Streets, squares and parks become their field of activity. They show us how we look at our environment and how we experience it. Making Space Week takes place in Tilburg behind the central station and the Theresia district.
For this second album alto sax player Joris Posthumus travelled to Japan to tour and record with some great Japanese musicians. He met the band on a festival in 2011 while touring through China with the Dutch band State of Monc. A friendship stayed with Yuichiro Tokuda, also alto sax player and it was Yuichiro who asked him to coming tour in Japan and Korea in 2014. The lively jazz scene in Japan left Joris inspired to write new songs when he was back home. April 2015 Joris invited Yuichiro Tokuda to join him for a small club tour in Holland and Belgium to polish and fine tune the songs. Later that year the songs were recorded in Japan.
Joris Posthumus: alto & soprano saxYuichiro Tokuda: alto saxYuki Nakae: tenor saxShunichi Yanagi: pianoSatoshi Tokuda: bassGaku Hasegawa: drums
Tilburg used to be THE city for wool and textiles. Though the textile industry has been gone for about half a century, Tilburg still has got a lot of architecture reminding you of it's past if you know where to look. This publication covers 3 (walking)routes throughout the city with some additional information on the past or current state.
A publication for: Stadsmuseum TilburgAuthors: Ronald Peeters, Rob van Putten, Petra RobbenPhotography: Jan van OevelenPrint: Gianotten Printed Media
A new event series in Club Smederij, Tilburg. This night is known as an invite event, a collaboration with an outside organization to combine the best of both.
A custom typeface design for a Triple Indian Pale Ale, by the Kraftbier brewery. A bitter sweet beer with a high hop content and great flavor. It's part of an exhibition on beer labels and this limited edition brew.
Kunstpodium T is the independent laboratory and platform for art students and contemporary artists. Kunstpodium T facilitates the development of the artists identity and cultural entrepreneurship for a new generation of artists. How do you create a bridge linking students graduating from art school to the professional field? How do you build a network as a young artist? Encounters, cooperation, networking and visibility for a new generation of artists are the points of focus of the Apprentice/Master project.Apprentice/Master aims to create a space of inspiration and collaboration between young artists in their graduation year and more experienced contemporary artists. The project offers an intensive exchange with an infrastructure between artists, art schools, exhibition spaces and the field of activity. This creates an ever growing international network, for emerging artists, a trusted but exciting place for the freshly graduated, to help them position themselves in an expanding art world, and to create, an inspirational base for everyone interested in the arts.
On The Move is a project founded by DansBrabant and is based on their portfolio of dance acts. The folder is a presentation of their inventory and available network within the dancescene. The folder is laser cut and contains laser etched letters. Also a custom stencil typeface was designed for the capitals and choreographers names.
Screenprint wedding invitations. The initial save the date invitation card which would be send beforehand and the wedding invitation itself with two program variations on the rear.
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