Publication design for dutch artist Amie Dicke to accompany her solo exhibition at the GEM museum of modern art in the Hague. The newspaper consists of an interview with Amie and an overview of her work. Central to her exhibition is a work that revolves around the history of the Gemeente Museum, where the exhibition took place. The design of the newspaper partly consists of a grid of thick beams. The beams form a composition on the front page and change their position as you go through the publication. The beams then come together again in a different colour composition on the last page. The beam-structure is built upon a square grid, that together with the colours refer to H.P. Berlage, who is the architect of the GEM museum of modern art. The structure acts as an intervention, interacting with the tekst and images of Amie's work.
Studio Adriaan Mellegers is a small independent graphic design studio in Amsterdam (NL). From 2003–2005 Adriaan Mellegers was a participant in the design department of the Jan van Eyck Academie (NL). Since leaving the Jan van Eyck Adriaan has been working for clients and on projects in the fields of fine art, architecture, design and fashion. Since 2012 Adriaan Mellegers also teaches typography at the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague, NL (KABK).
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