We're very happy to announce that Bis Publishers will yet again publish a monograph of Kluif's work. It is the third monograph of our work they publish, following 'Purists are Boring' and 'Pacifist Punks'. Kluif is on a roll! The book will showcase Kluif's newest projects from 2008 onwards. Familiar subjects of BIS Publishers include graphic design, fashion, architecture, product design and advertising. BIS has earned a national and international reputation for prizewinning books for creative professionals and their clients. Well known is the prestigious series of Dutch Design books, which BIS has published every two years since 1990 in collaboration with the Association of Dutch Designers BNO. BIS Publishers is the founder and publisher of Graphic magazine and is also founder of Frame Magazine which has developed into a publishing company of its own (www.framemag.com). BIS Publishers is an independent company founded in 1986 by the present director and publisher Rudolf van Wezel.
Bis publishes third Kluif monograph
Kluif meets Sainsbury's
Studio Kluif is happy to announce that we are working on packaging projects for Sainsbury's UK.
103,J Sainsbury plc is the parent company of Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd, commonly known as Sainsbury's (also Sainsbury and JS), the third largest chain of supermarkets in the United Kingdom with a share of the UK supermarket sector of 16.3%. The group also has interests in property and banking.
105,Sainsbury's was founded in 1869 by John James Sainsbury in London and grew rapidly during the Victorian era. It grew to become the largest grocery retailer in 1922 and pioneered self-service retailing in the UK.
Kluif selected for Colour & Branding publication
Kluif's design work for Mees will be featured in an international publication about the usage of colour in branding. Kluif has taken care of all design work for the children's clothing brand Mees, since it's founding in 1999. We developed the Mees logo using red and white and these colours have always had a predominant presence throughout the Mees brand, from its corporate identity to the clothing itself. Mees will serve as a case study in the book for its distinctive employment of colour. The book will include all sorts of designs related to brand and corporate identity and will work as a reference book with its content ordered by colour.
Kluif wins pitch Jheronimus Bosch 500
Studio Kluif is very proud to announce that it will be responsible for the visual identity and branding of the "Jheronimus Bosch 500" event. After an intense and eleborate pitch, alongside two other great design studio's, Kluif was granted the assignment. We take great honour in working for this project for it will have enormous social impact.
108,Kluif approached the pitch with a 360 degrees mentality and came up with a total communication plan. The result is fresh and contemporary yet keeping in sync with the 15th century spirit of Jheronimus Bosch' genius. The presentation ceremony was held in the "Theater aan de Parade" and hosted by Ad 's-Gravesande (former artistic director of the Holland Festival) and ’s-Hertogenbosch' mayor Ton Rombouts. The evening included a theatre play produced for the event which was based on Bosch's painting "The Seven Deadly Sins and the Four last things" and narrated by the renowned poet Gerrit Komrij.