Anna Hennerdal

Portfolio

tbc – Alex Farrar

Book designed for artist Alex Farrar as part of his quest to do the Kippenberger Challenge, an open invitation to equal Martin Kippenberger’s average annual printed output of  7.45 books. The book shows and interprets the essence of the work tbc.

The cover reads:
Inside this book, three exhibitions of the installation (tbc) have been chronologically catalogued. Every photograph of the work has been positioned according to the precise moment it was taken in the life of each iteration. To achieve this, a page has been added for every hour that (tbc) was open to the public. A greed of sixty squares further divides the page into minutes.

Designed in collaboration with Barbara Iwanicka. (Photography – Alex Farrar)
For more info visit aaaeflrrrx.eu or sevenpointfourfivebooks.eu
528 pages, ed. of 6 signed and numbered.

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Alice Fine Decay

Poster and graphic design for the project Alice Fine Decay by the fashion label Alice Fine/Karin Bjurström.

For more info and images visit:
www.alicefinedecay.tumblr.com

To by the poster visit:
www.alicefinestore.tictail.com

 

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VolksHOTEL cards

Packaging and icons for a deck of cards designed for the new hotel VolksHOTEL in Amsterdam.

 

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Craft & Bling Bling – FAKE

DEPOT BASEL, space for contemporary design and CURRENT OBSESSION, contemporary jewellery magazine, present a collaborative curatorial effort in the context of Depot Basel’s ongoing exhibition series ‘CRAFT &…’.For CRAFT & BLING BLING ‘FAKE’ they commissioned work by twelve jewellery makers reflecting on the subject of ‚FAKE‘ from standpoints of jewellery history, their own work mediums or contemporary art and society.

JEWELLERY MAKERS Adam Grinovich, Barbara Schrobenhauser, Edgar Mosa, Florian Milker, Florian Weichsberger, Jing He, Julia Walter (Ju Walter), Kevin Hughes, Mallory Weston, Philip Eberle, Rainer Kaasik-Aaslav, Sophie Hanagarth

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Current Obsession PAPER

Current Obsession PAPER, a special edition of the Current Obsession Magazine dedicated to Schmuck 2014 in Munich.

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Pattern

Using 4 black and white patterns, which all can be considered classics, as a starting point I set out to design new patterns.
The rules were simple: only use the excising pattern, don’t add anything else!

The project is still in progress, working from the idea of design-recycling.

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Pattern – Object – Space

A study into the relation of pattern, object and space and how they effect each other.

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Current Obsession Magazine

Current Obsession Magazine is a new (printed) biannual magazine with focus on contemporary jewellery and its relation to different fields of art — performance, fashion, photography etc.

3rd Issue
(Out June 2014)

2nd Issue
Limited edition piece of jewelry piece in collaboration with Atelier Ted Noten.
Cover Photography by SAGEL AND KRZYKOWSKI

1st Issue
Limited edition piece of jewelry piece by Noon Passama.

Cover Photography by Rachel de Joode

www.current-obsession.com

Design made in collaboration with
Linda Beumer

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Current Obsession Magazine Logo

A new logo for the project Current Obsession.
The project, originally started by jewelry designer Marina Elenskaya and now joined by Sarah Mesritz, is now becoming a printed magazine. The first issue is released in March 2013.

Design made in collaboration with Linda Beumer.

 

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Masterclass – Architecture

Aimed at current bachelor’s degree students, recent graduates and professionals looking for a specialisation, this guide provides an in-depth overview of almost 30 of the world’s leading graduate schools that offer a master’s degree in architecture.

Work for FRAME Publishers.

320 pages

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A Wedge Between Private and Public

Symposium program for the two-day symposium A wedge between private and public organised by SKOR, Stichting Kunst en Openbare Ruimte, and LAPS(Lectoraat Art & Public Space Gerrit Rietveld Academie) at Trouw in Amsterdam April 2010.

The symposium created a clear connection between the theory of interactive art — often considered from the discourse of new media — and the practical aspects involved in commissions in public space. The two days were a follow-up to Research into the functioning of interactive art in semi-public space also organized by the LAPS and commissioned by SKOR.

Collaboration with Linda Beumer.

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Het Sieraad jewelry department

Logo for Het Sieraad jewelry department.
The cutting pattern on top of letter type is a references to the cuts of precious stones, but also refers to the craft that is present within jewelry design and the openness that excises within the jewelry department, where the concept is as important as the form.

All the material that is produced within the department, and where the logo is used, is numbered and in that way an archive is automatically created.

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DHAPS site

DHAPS (Digital Helpdesk Art and Public Space) is a digital desk for commissioning of art in the public space, developed by LAPS (Lectoraat Art and Public Space) of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy. DHAPS contains practical information. It explains and illustrates how an art project comes into being commissioned and what the possibilities and pitfalls are. DHAPS also offers a database where clients can find professional mediators and art projects in public space. Additionally DHAPS shows numerous examples of successful art projects in the Netherlands.

DHAPS aim to become a broad knowledge platform for art in public space in the Netherlands, contributing to further development of commissioned art in public space and working as a platform for clients, mediators and artists to get in touch with each other and discuss aspects around the topic of  art in public space.

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Encounter Beyond a Dream

End exam catalogue for the Gerrit Rietveld Academie’s jewelry design students. The exhibition was built up of square boxes which is why the catalogue also make us of the square in the design. The catalogue has a structure where there is no absolute beginning or end, but the viewer can fold it, letting it begin and end, how ever they
want to.

Photography in collaboration with Mathieu Garnier

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LAPS identity

LAPS, Lectoraat Art and Public Space, is a research group works to stimulate research into and theoretical reflection on the role of art and design in the public domain.

We developed a new name, LAPS, Lectoraat Art and Public Space, as well as logo, stationary, business card and website (http://laps-rietveld.nl).

Collaboration with Linda Beumer.

 

 

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LAPS site

Website developed for the organisation LAPS, Lectoraat Art and Public Space.
Collaboration with Linda Beumer.

(http://laps-rietveld.nl).

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Het Goeverneurplein

In relation to the finishing of the square Goeveneursplein in Dordrecht, the Netherlands, a book was designed to show the great design of the actual square, realised by the architecture firm Carve, as well as to show off the 8 different proposals that were pitched for an “alternative playground solution” for the square.

Freelance work for Roosje Klap.

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Enter INSIDE

Enter INSIDE is a new biannual magazine for the The Royal Academy of Art in The Hague’s new Master Interior Architecture INSIDE.

Developed and designed with Roosje Klap.

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Genk — The Reader

A reader with its starting point in the city of Genk in Belgium.
Genk was between 1900–1980 a mining city with large amounts of coal. The reader covers topics such as the culture and coal mining in Genk, coal mining in general as well as Citér, language, the cosmos and darkness.

Designed at Roosje Klap.

Printed with Lulu books.

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Gerry Strawfield Yearbook

Catalogue for the school organisation Gerry Strawfield at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, including images from the Gerry Strawfield school parties, as well as lists of the graduating students and a few well chosen words of advice for the future!

The catalogue was printed in black and white and colorful confetti is used to add colour and a feeling of celebration!

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Illustration

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Within and Beyond Both

Study into the qualities of, and borders between 2D and 3D.

Posters available via this website as well as Put It On Your Wall

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1-2-3 Jewel, catalogue Het Sieraad

Catalogue for the end exam of the jewelry department Het Sieraad at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie 2011.

The catalogue introduces the reader to the work of the students in 3 steps. First through an excerpt of the students’ thesis, then through their research and finally through images of their final work(s). The later phases are visible in the background so in that way gives a hint and a broader understanding of the students’ works as well as of the department as a whole.

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Flower children

Bouquets made up of flowers and bouquets made up of group photos.
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Edit N8 – Stadsarchief

Exhibition display part of the Edit exhibition at the central station, Amsterdam.
The central station of Amsterdam has been under reconstruction for years and together with the the city the organizers of n8/Museum Nacht, a yearly event where the museums are open long into the night, decided to use the big fences, separating the building area from the public, to show off the different museums of the city.

Amsterdam is a city with strong historical presence. The architecture of the city are in many parts the same as it’s been for centuries. Other parts have gone through major changes. The Stadsarchief/City Archive carries a vast amount of historical material, amongst others photographs, in their archives. By using a photograph from Amsterdam’s past and revisiting the same part of the city today, superimposing the images on top of each other, the change, or lack of change through the ages becomes clear. One layer of time – one colour.

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Hel & Hållen

Illustrations as well as complete book design for the book Hel & Hållen
(Whole & Held).

 Hel & hållen uses 10 basic points to help to focus on being more aware in your day to day life and finding a way to a more solid life. The core of the 10 points are also used by Swiss artists Fischli and Weiss in their work How To Work Better.
The book is written by Kerstin Hennerdal (www.heartmind.se)
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From the Paper

With the use of a copy machine and a blank piece of paper some of the most characteristic buildings build in the 1940′s and the 1950′s where rebuild. The Guggenheim Museum by Frank Lloyd Wright, Farnsworth House by Mies van deer Rohe and Notre Dame du Haut by Le Corbusier.
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XXX Jewels

Cover design for the publication XXX Jewels, made by 2nd and 3rd year students of the jewelry department of Gerrit Rietveld Academie. The catalogue was part of the UnCut exhibition 2010 at de Brakke Grond.

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About

Anna Hennerdal is a graphic designer, running Studio A–Ö in Stockholm.

She produces work with a clear visual style; identities, publications, websites and exhibition design, as well as self initiated projects.

After graphic design studies at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Digital Media studies with a design focus at Hyper Island in Karlskrona, Sweden she has been freelancing for various clients in both Sweden and the Netherlands.
For collaboration, projects or more info please send an email.

 

 

Contact

Email:
ahennerdal@gmail.com

Phone:
NL: 06 – 15 23 31 20
SE: 070 – 33 11 608