Jordy van den Nieuwendijk

Curator: ETC
date: November 20, 2013
Categories: Editorial Design, Illustration
Tags: Computer Art, Henri Matisse, Jordy Van Den Nieuwendijk, Keith Herring, Memphis, Pablo Picasso Serigraph, Risograph
Typevaces, 2013, RISO prints, 165 × 115 mm, for Gratuitous Type

Part Keith Haring; part Petite Fleur-esque Picasso serigraph; part Memphis, Matisse, computer art and .ai brushstroke/colored marker set; it’s difficult to pin down the unique spirit of Jordy van den Nieuwendijk’s work. When scrolling through it, his prolific range of marks and strokes and virtuosity in blending figure/ground relationships in many mediums is not surpassed by a consistent whimsical attitude and lightness.


He hails from The Hague and he’s collaborated with folks like Colette, The New York Times, Das Magazine, Apartamento and Bloomberg View, creating all kinds of output—from web to print to installation. And his work has been exhibited internationally. Certainly, most have seen it somewhere, but we couldn’t resist looking at it again.


Vite Chez Colette!, 2013. Sales visual for Paris-based concept store, Colette

Plant on Dining Table, 2012. Painting for the Blooom Art Fair, Cologne

From Collectibles (Teapot, Clock), 2013, computer drawings as RISO prints

A portrait of the Swiss writer Urs Widmer for Das Magazin, 2013


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