Dutch Alphabets is a portfolio containing 47 broadsides featuring new samples of lettering and writing by today’s most significant ‘Dutch’ lettering artists, type designers, calligraphers and sign painters. All the contributors are working and/or educated in the Netherlands.
These are shapes, letters and words, drawn in different proportions so they can fit to a range of heights and widths. If screen dimensions are variable then artwork should be dynamic too. For maximum effect, resize your window, try it narrow, try it wide or rotate your device.
'What drew us to study type design in the Netherlands is the way Dutch letterers see type as shapes created by a tool—thinking mainly about Gerrit Noordzij’s work—and their studies on how pressure, rotation, angles and tools all influence the resulting letterform.'
During the Graduation Festival, bachelor, master and postgraduate students from Artistic Research, ArtScience, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Interactive Media Design (I/M/D), Interior Architecture (INSIDE), Interior Architecture & Furniture Design, Photography, Textile & Fashion and TypeMedia will present their graduation projects.
During the two-days fair, the Royal Academy of Art The Hague will present a fine selection of (unique) photo books & publications from the Photography, Fine Arts, Graphic Design and TypeMedia departments.
During Salone del Mobile 2016 in Milan, the Royal Academy of Art The Hague presented RESET: a truly experimental and interdisciplinary exhibition realized as a collaboration between 20 young artists and designers.
On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the WestHolland Foreign Investment Agency (WFIA), the Royal Academy of Art The Hague and the Royal Conservatoire The Hague collaborated on an exclusive programme with a site specific design setting and spectacular performances