Marc ter Horst
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Talkin' concepts, art direction and creative entrepreneurship at the Communication and Multimedia Design department
Creative industry talkshow at Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam.
Vice published an article about 'Wallpaper', my collection of 'Ikea Roses'. Text is Dutch only but the pictures cover the story pretty well.
New imagery on expo at Art in Redlight. Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam.
I'll be rockin' the mic at PechaKucha Breda. 20 x 20 . . . you know what's up.
A spread showing some pretty Ikea Roses of the 'Wallpaper' collection in Volkskrant magazine.
In association with de Volkskrant newspaper ‘Beeldjagers’ (Image Hunters) is keen to explore the phenomenon of image collections as an expression of contemporary visual culture and present this to a broad public.
Haven't you heard? Outdoor is the word! 100 Abri's - 100 artists.
Featured in the december edition of Subbacultcha. Y O !
Make a Forest is a creative response to the need to preserve trees and change the way we think about dealing with our environment, locally and globally, in a sustainable...
Invited by BNO to be one of the creative coaches during VROAAM!, an event for students and -starting- creatives to sharpen their minds and portfolios.
I'll be part of the Art Release expo at gallery Vriend van Bavink.
Featured in the new edition of Choi's Gallery. A 224-page magazine presenting the best designs and showcasing the latest graphic trends from around the world in fields of identity, packaging,...
Food Film Festival is a three-day festival in Amsterdam showcasing many different aspects about food. Happy Meat is screened during the festival and the posters were on display.
Great to take part in SOCIAL PEEK SHOW of Gallery Beerenberg. On expo together with artists like Jochem Rotteveel, Daan Roosegaarde, Roos van Dijk
Happy Meat is crossing borders and will be screened at the Ukrainian Food Film Festival in Kiev!
Branding and design agency VBAT selected refreshing designtalent and published some of their projects in Fonk magazine. Thank you VBAT & Fonk!