The third issue of Yngve Holen's ETOPS is a travelogue about food and political ecology in the Amazon rainforest and the Andes. Edited by Matthew Evans.
Road Back to Relevance
Catalogue for Dan Rees’ show at Nomas Foundation in Rome. Published by Mousse Publishing.
Poster for Yngve Holen's show in Kunsthalle Basel.
A catalogue of Yngve Holen's work between 2011 and 2016. Edited by Matthew Evans. Published by Distanz Verlag.
Second issue of Yngve Holen's ETOPS magazine about specialised industries today. This issue consists of interviews with the plastic surgery and pornography industries.
Sung Tieu, Subnational MP3
Package re-design of a counterfeit MP3 player made with artist Sung Tieu. The player is for sale at the Dong Xuan Center in Berlin and comes loaded with a sound piece by Tieu. It was part of a satellite event of the show Subnational Enterprise at Kinderhook & Caracas.
IRON BREW (ADHD), 2015
Sheet metal, C-print
Made with Anna Sagström for the group show Domain she participated in at Galleri Bon, Stockholm.
Also, The Hungry Soul ("What-a-Wheat"), 2015
Stickers, wall paint
Pamphlet for Dull City, a publishing project with Anna Sagström. Text by Anna Sagström and Matilda Tjäder. US Letter format and staple-less stapled.
Visual identity and for a digital and vinyl record label run by Physical Therapy based on the aesthetics of allergy pharmaceuticals.
First issue of Yngve Holen's in-flight magazine. Made as a catalog for his show with the same name at Rogaland kunstsenter in Stavanger, Norway.
Covers for the mixes of Beastonleash.BIZ DJ union on Soundcloud.
Made for the City Cultures research cluster at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London.
Made with Eline Mul.
Invitation for a party Alexander Shoukas and I organized @ Dep, Amsterdam.
three men and a little lady
Identity for Pop-Up Café – a temporary exhibition and café.
All menus, flyers &c. were photo-copied daily onto an offset printed template, using a photo-copier within the gallery space.
The masterpiece series
NO MAN’S LAND
Catalog design with Eline Mul for an exhibition in the Verbeke Foundation near Antwerp, Belgium.
We made eight A1 posters with photo collages and folded them into each other. On the inside of the posters there’s a sliced-up Geert Verbeke quote puzzle.
Poster listing the misspellings of Britney Spears picked up by the Google search engine during three months. Click for a bigger view!