Paper
Graphic research about paper/
Grafisch onderzoek over papier
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We asked illustrators around the world to draw their workspace. Messy, clean, organised, black & white, colourful, simple: it’s all good. This week: Nancy Reijnders.

Nancy Reijnders (23) is a child of the nineties. Raised by ponies, sidewalk chalk, Tintin, Polaroids, Urbanus, Blankenberge, The Spice Girls, Sinterklaas, Vanilla Ice, videogames, the crisis, Danny the Champion of the World, ‘I’m rubber and you’re glue’, Postbus X, and French toast. She has learned a lot out of autodidacticism and curiosity, and studied graphic design to enhance her continuously improving and mainly self-taught skill set. Nancy makes collages and has worked for magazines as graphic designer and illustrator. Currently Nancy is doing an internship at a graphic design studio “Glossy.tv” in Ghent.

Nancy’s last project was called “55 cities, stories and illustrations”. A little book with illustrations who reinvent the city of Venice. The collages in this book are to be seen as separate representations of each city. They are experimental exercises in the rediscovery of materials in their direct environment, referring to Nancy’s personal ‘Venice’. As the main focus is kept on the environment, the images are left open for the readers to interpret.

The workspace Nancy is most comfortable or productive in depends on the assignment. For example, when she works on analog projects, she needs a big table and a heat press. But whatever the project is, Nancy prefers to work in a space that is different from her living space. “It’s important to separate your work and your home environment, otherwise you’re always and never working”, she says.www.sirmagazine.be/art/the-workspace-of-nancy-reijnders/
nancyreijnders:

DIMITRI ARVANITIS / FASHION DESIGNERFull portfolio. dimitriarvanitis.com© Dimitri Arvanitis© Nancy Reijnders
feru-leru:

At the Cosmos Cafe by Paperworker on Flickr.
fireranger:

(via Graphic Design)
negative-numbers:

(via musecloud)

(via negative-numbers)
YO!Fest
Yo!Fest are Danhaspotential and Colon Henderslime, working under the moniker Daniel Brereton and Colin Henderson. Their work has been described as ‘one eyed’ and ‘four handed’, together they run the televisual blog Yo!Tube.
wrdbnr:

Other Plans
graphicporn:

TEL AVIV ART AND DESIGN
martinnicolausson:

This is the cover of Super Paper #24, a german magazine about going ons in Germany. Mirko Borsche asked me to contribute so I sent them a bunch illustrations that were gathering dust on my hard drive. They’re spread out all through the magazine by the looks of it.
FOLLOW MY MIND AND WORK/NANAMIND