Dutch graphic designer Hansje van Halem (1978) started her Amsterdam-based studio in 2003. Specialised in typography and book design, she creates alphabets, textures and patterns, both digitally and manually. Hansje keeps track of a dizzying array of commissioned, applied, self-generated, rejected and unfinished sketches, type drawings, motifs and experiments (both successes and failures). Unused material often becomes a source from which Hansje draws further inspiration. Her Sketchbook and screen printed poster designs are in the collection of Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Museum of the Image (MOTI) in Breda.

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