A process

A video. A process. It is for you to interpretate it in your own way. But here I will explain you my way. My process. One form. One form that is a subject. One form that is equivalent to a thought, an idea, a choice, a way of working, a process... A form that starts the process off as a circle. A form that stands for: everything, wholeness, focus, unity, centering, perfection, infinity... The video is divided in 4 videos. 4 different perspectives to this form. 4 different ways of looking to this thought. 4 different ... in 1 video. A process that is changing, because of choices. A choice that i changing, because of thoughts. A form that starts of without corners. In my eyes, without limitations. So that was my starting point. Every time the form would change, that would mean; how more corners, how more limitations. The limitations will appear and disappear. The big picture is: from a circle to a triangle, square, hexadron, 3d, complexity, sphere, circle again.

Poster Times New Roman

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Typographic Manifest

As a graphic designer you have to deal with interpretations all the time. For instance when you get an assignment in the form of a letter. This way to deal with interpretation as the designer but also as the viewer of a graphic work is our inspiration for this manifest. We thought of a way to bring the viewer and the graphic designer together. This way of interpreting a work is the base where we build our own works on. We found it interesting to see how we read each others creations and how we can explain our works through a second layer of interpretation in the form of words. This publication holds the core of our manifest in the form of research. All the works inside of this publication are the outcome of eight processes where one person started a project specified in one medium. This person wrote a text about the work he or she made and gave only the text to the next person. This is where the first layer of interpretation is created. The next person starts making a new work based on the text. This is the second layer of interpretation. This person also writes a description of its work and gives it to next person. This way the cicle continues till it reaches the last person. Out of our research we made four final works wich can not exist without this publication. As the publication can not exist without the finals works.

The Witty Identity

An identity made with humor. As graphic design students, I've the feeling that the outside world sees us as children, just fooling around and playing with paint and stuff. Afcourse that's a strange and bad way to look at it, but there's also a side of truth. I believe we should stay in the childs way to look at the world, as long as possible. This identity is inspired on the creativity of children.

Chamount Posters

The way we process information is so fast, that we create this filter where you quickly decide what needs to have attention and what needs to be ignored. Data is coming from everywhere, and in different ways; newspapers, television, google, ads, emails… We as designers need to work with different mediums and/or displays. We also have much more access on what we are doing; we are designer-as-publishers, as curators, as editor, as entrepreneur… We process it, filter it, analyse, ignore and respond to it. So I created a city created with an overload of data, from different perspectives.

Re:False God

This piece is inspired by False God (2007) by Sherrie Levine.

It is a relationship of religion and science and nature.

When in the past, things were not understandable,
we said that it was because of religion.
Nature was god. (than God had created the nature.)
We had a god of rain,a god of sun, a god of flowers...

Now, because of the use of science,
we know how flowers grow, bloom, die...
We know how we can create new types of flowers.



Travelling as a way of living. In the past, hobo's used the hobo-code to communicate to each other. This was to alarm each other of the things that were happening.

Equus, a currency

A currency for being in debt. Inspired by how it all started, with trading animals and things they needed. I chose to use the things from that time, that people didn't want. So the rests of those things.

The Brand Game

This brand game is to make people aware that while you're playing this game, to have profit of the brands, the brands actually play a game with you.

Max Headroom

Remake ofthe 1987 Max Headroom broadcast incident.


An Alter Ego Artist Biography Leafar Bianchi is a painter and a father living and working in Santa Marinella, Italy. He was born in 1948 in Sardinia. His B.A. in Painting was received from Florence Academy of Art. He moved in 1971 to Santa Marinella and met there his wife Gilda Bianchi. In 1969 he was invited to the Art Institute Florence Italy, where he studied a year long with Martin Ramirez. His work is represented by his friend, Agosto Valepino who works in a mental institution. The work can be seen in there and also at Bianchi’s paintshop in Florence. When he’s at his shop he plays his favourites: “Matia Bazar - Ti Sento”, “Lou Monte - Che La Luna Mezzo Mare”, “Dean Martin - That’s Amore”, etc... and when he’s thinking he lays down in his hammock. The thing that makes him really happy is his wife Gilda. After the plain accident in 1977 he got closer and closer with Gilda. Also the plaincrash influenced him, he almost doesn’t fly anymore. Like his whole life, he stays in Italy and it feels like he doesn’t explore much. Their only son Paulo is living in America, working at Sony. Bianchi is a painter of tourist portraits and houses, the latter as a part time job. One half of the week he is in the center drawing and painting tourist portraits and the other half he paints houses. There are even some houses on which he painted tourist portraits. The faces of the people in Italy. Leafar Bianchi wants to stay up with modern time and tries to expand his taste of music, art, etc... Understanding the fast-growing technology intrigues him. _ Bianchi arrived at a stage of life where he’s not happy with how his life went. He could have gone much furder with his skills for art. But because of different conditions he stayed in a small unknown village. He is getting more and more depressed. Finding himself in some kind of strange mid-life-crisis. He suddenly started to paint everything in his studio. It doesn’t matter what. He paints it.


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