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hey there

i am minouk

a graphic designer bAsed in amsterdam, up for exciting projects.

always.

 
 
 
 
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about me

Direct yet conceptual, for brands and people.

I graduated with a Ba in product design at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, and got my Ma degree straight after. Then i moved to London where I worked for four years, and gradually changed my focus to graphic & print design.

My creative approach is conceptual yet direct, the story behind the image is important. A truthful story creates a deeper connection; a way to arrest your audience. It’s a way to get your audience a desire; a to turn the page and learn more about your idea.

A good concept can last a lifetime.

I work for a very varied bunch of clients and that's the way (uh huh) I like it.

I love working with people who are passionate about what they do. I am trained in developing a concept, which allows me to work on very different projects, whatever the medium, from emerging brands to current events. When a project calls for it, I am eager to team up with other talented people from my network to give the client the best possible outcome.

Ultimately, it’s about creating memorable images.

 

lets chat

Do you want to work with me ? Drop me a line or book a free consultation !

 

good to know

01.

I am up for exciting projects as in; concepts, branding, books, publications, patterns, websites, posters, packaging, invites, typography, announcements, moon travel, world domination.

The whole shebang really...

02.

I am a self confessed typophile and a complete sucker for; dumplings, good music & bright patterns.        

I will buy things, solely based on their looks. - I am looking at you Clipper tea-

03.

If you have an urgent request, know that I am usually booked up for a few months.

But cancellations do happen, so drop me a line anyway.

04.

If you however want my instant attention, simply mention Idris Elba.

It's that easy.

 
 
 
 

branding is so much more than a logo.

MINOUK  |  DESIGNERETTE

 
 
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