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Dave Elderenbosch Illustraties
Dave Elderenbosch is gespecialiseerd in het ontwerpen van kinderspeelgoed en verpakkingen, het ontwerpen van characters, het ontwerpen en illustreren van kinderboeken/ verhaaltjes en het design van webapplicaties voor kinderen.
The london Police
The London Police is an art collective started in 1998 when two English geezers headed to Amsterdam to rejuvenate the visually disappointing streets of Hollands capital. They were part of a small group of artists at the end of the last century that helped pioneer the street art movement. After a few years of mixing traveling and making art in the street TLP began to receive worldwide recognition for their contribution to the graffiti/street art movement. They were included in many of the books documenting the scene and invited for shows and live drawing performances all over the globe. Some 22 years on TLP have amassed more than 100 shows and events in over 35 countries and their street work continues to pop up everywhere they go. Since 2009 TLP has concentrated on more intense canvas work, on bigger solo shows and large scale mural projects. The London Police are Chaz Barrisson who draws the iconic ‘LADS’ character and Bob Gibson whose tight portrait and architectural illustrations help marry the two styles to create an endearing, exciting fantasy world…
Amsterdam-based illustrator Timo Kuilder’s personal style is characterized by uncomplicated colour palettes, clean-cut linework and his pared-back characters. Resulting in a clear signature that he applies to both his personal work as well as his commercial commissions creating consistency across his whole portfolio. Timo’s work is fuelled by his observing nature and ongoing curiosity, utilising simple shapes to tell all sorts of stories.
Made in Mokum
About Made in Mokum
I’ve been collecting beautiful ceramics for a long time now. Pieter Groeneveldt has always been one of my dutch heroes and I’ve been lucky to acquire some of his work. Another big hero is Lucie Rie, but I just can’t afford one of her pieces (yet). In 2015 I started my artisan pottery studio in Amsterdam. I now specialize in making my own glazes. It’s a bit of chemistry and a lot of artistic patience and determination.