An interview with graphic design duo Raban Ruddigkeit & Lea Brousse

Berlin-based designer Raban Ruddigkeit has been pushing the envelope for over twenty years. With more than a hundred national and international awards on his mantlepiece and an impressive list of clients in his portfolio, you would be forgiven for thinking he might relax and enjoy the view for a while. Instead, he and his creative partner Lea Brousse are ready for a major overhaul of their design atelier. Their focus is now firmly on branding in the digital age. Continue reading An interview with graphic design duo Raban Ruddigkeit & Lea Brousse

An interview with interactive creative director Hans Spooren

Hans is the creative director of Mr. Henry, a young creative web studio based in Antwerp. He started his company just one year after leaving school. They already have a diverse and interesting portfolio after 6 years of existence. We have a word with the man.  Continue reading An interview with interactive creative director Hans Spooren

An interview with Tom Dorresteijn, CEO of Studio Dumbar

Studio Dumbar is one of the most respected Dutch design studios of the last 25 years. Known for their groundbreaking design work for the Dutch police, the city of Rotterdam and much more, they continue to push boundaries with recent projects like the rebranding of Alzheimer Nederland & Amsterdam Sinfonietta.  Continue reading An interview with Tom Dorresteijn, CEO of Studio Dumbar

An interview with graphic designer Sara De Bondt

Sara is a female Belgian graphic designer, based in London. She studied graphic design for four years at Sint-Lukas Brussels and did an exchange to Universidad de Bellas Artes, Granada, Spain for three months. After graduating she did a two-year post-graduate design residency at the Jan van Eyck Akademie in Maastricht (Netherlands).  Continue reading An interview with graphic designer Sara De Bondt

An interview with graphic design studio pleaseletmedesign

They first met design through music artwork. They both didn’t know at that time it was a profession. After that, Damien started his own band and realised he needed artwork for his demo tapes. That’s how he encountered design. Pierre followed the same path, but without the band. Continue reading An interview with graphic design studio pleaseletmedesign