Arthur Reinders Folmer Type & Graphic Design
work
project information
contact & expositions
Design

Typefaces

Typography & ilustration
about
Arthur Reinders Folmer is a graphic designer specialized in type design, typography and illustration.

Through the combination of bold visuals and intriguing communication, Arthur creates concepts for diverse assignments such as corporate identities, illustrations for publications, installation design or websites.

Next to this Arthur creates illustrative lettering and typefaces. Combining the history and conventions of the alphabet with a visual style or concept results in fonts which are more than just the type they consist of.
contact
Arthur Reinders Folmer
Member of The Association
of Dutch Designers (BNO)

Telephone : (+31) 06 23704612
Email : Arthur@Arthus.nl
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expositions & presentation

Dutch Alphabets / Huis de Pinto, Amsterdam, 2016
Dutch Alphabets / KABK, The Hague, 2016
Reflect / Affiche Gallerij, The Hague, 2014
Graphic Design Festival / Breda, 2014
New Talent 2012 / Zefir7, The Hague, 2012
Graduation Show 2012 / Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague, 2012
Spotlight 24 / Filmhuis Den Haag, The Hague, 2012
Typographic Cabaret / Theatre Zeebelt, The Hague, 2011
Norm = Form / Leipzig, Germany, 2011
Five Centuries of Migration / Storefront V&D, Leiden, 2010
Don't believe the type II / Shanghai, China, 2010
Visions of Tolerance / Royal Gallery, The Hague, 2010
Everybody = Different / Affiche gallerij, The Hague, 2008
publications

Days, een Kalenderboek / Stichting Print, The Netherlands, 2017
Dutch Alphabets / Uitgeverij de Buitenkant, The Netherlands, 2016
Memodarium 2016 / Memodarium, Austria, 2015
New Dutch Talent 2013 / Fontanel, the Netherlands, 2013
Type Only / Unit Editions, United Kingdom, 2013
Analog #2 / Analog Publishers, The Netherlands, 2013
Typodarium 2014 / Magma Brand Design, Germany, 2013
The Hague Art Calendar 2013 / Trichis, The Netherlands, 2012
Typodarium 2013 / Magma Brand Design, Germany, 2012
Letters to Cornelis / NRC Handelsblad, The Netherlands, 2010