Visual identity for Conference: Poster, website, flyers
Visual Identity for Free Libre Open Source Software Arts Lab
The 19th century town house at Rue Gallait 80 is now known as Constant Variable. For three years, it will house an arts lab for free, libre and open source software. Next to the Open Source Publishing studio, there is an open video workshop and an open hardware workshop. The top floor houses a residency.
OSP has created a modular visual identity for Constant Variable. Using stickers with the VARIABLE logo and seperate keyword stickers representing Free, Libre, Open Source, Software and arts.
OSP has designed the 2012 program for Brussels based alternative radio station, Radio Panik (105.4 FM). The program (‘the grille’) is constructed through what is considered a type crime— horizontally squashing the text to make it fit.
Next to the design of the program, we constructed a web interface that provides a means for the employees of Radio Panik to generate cd covers and posters in the same style.
We debuted our new typeface Reglo on this job.
Open Baskerville is an ongoing open source project to create a digital revival of the famous ‘Baskerville’ typefaces. Open Baskerville is based upon Fry’s Baskerville, a Baskerville-inspired derivative created by Isaac Moore, a punchcutter who worked for the type foundry of Joseph Fry.
Even though the prospect of collaborative open source type development upsets some type designers, the project has been inspirational for other open font initiatives, like the League of Movable Type, the OSP Foundry and The Open Font Library.
The Dutch government, while taking austerity measures, is introducing financial penalties for mental healthcare. The minister of health justified this policy by claiming that mental diseases aren’t actual diseases.
This video message is written and performed by me, and filmed by Floris Schönfeld.
For the Network for Choreography & Related art schr.fr created a visual identity. We produced a website and e-mail templates.
The network exists so that free lance dance artists can have a say in the discussions affecting the arts right now. We have been expanding the site as the concept for the network has been evolving: As the network grows, the site can take on more social features.
The Libre Graphics Meeting is an annual meeting for the users and developers of free and open source graphics software. It gives software developers, artists, designers and other graphics professionals the opportunity to collaborate and learn from each other.