Chocomont melts in your face…
Mathias Schweizer – Polymorf ontwerper
Studio visit & Interview
Text (in Dutch) Harmen Liemburg for Items 6/2007
Hodi Mihi, Cras Tibi
Pagesize W 24 x H 31,5 cm
2 colour screenprint on 120 grams/m2 black Butterly paper (Grafisch Papier)
Peter Hendrikse Zeefdruk, De Meern
Stichting KOP, Breda, September 2007
Riga Ranch, horsemilking farm
Seen from a car, in a polder close to Aalsmeer, the Netherlands
Tower H and E under construction. Photography Thea van den Heuvel.
Title Biomassa (toren E), Boktor (toren H)
Project Patterns in- and outside buildings Belastingdienst (Dutch IRS)
The Dutch IRS’ mathematical unit has it’s base in Apeldoorn. It’s location, the Walterboscomplex, was radically renovated and renewed between 2004 and 2007.
The façade of the new towers H and E are etirely made out of glass. To have a better climatecontrol inside, the architect provided for ‘Saturn-rings’ outside the building. Additional screenprints were needed on the glass to reach the right % of sunlight filtering.
A busy printshop in Tokyo, nikishi-e, Utagawa Hiroshige III, 1877 (Japanese popular prints, pp 136/137).
Rebecca Salter: Japanese Popular Prints
Text (in Dutch) Harmen Liemburg for Items 3/4 2007
Seen on the road to Sequoia National Park, Three Rivers, Kaweah Country, CA
From a car
Illustration for Hollands Diep, March 2007.
Screenshot PingMag site
Harmen Liemburg is an artist/graphic designer/educator from the Netherlands. He is a natural image maker, creating challenging posters and printed materials that bring together a unique sense of form, collage, color, and composition. His work is exciting and weird – there is no ‘easy read’ to the bulk of his work – you need to spend some time with one of his posters to try to decipher what he’s trying to get across.
H 1189 x W 841 mm
2 colour screenprint on 120 grams/m2 Natronkraft paper
10 signed and numbered prints (of each colour variation) out of 20 prints total