For the opening of LOBBY MOSCOW Els & Nel was asked to design a special edition based upon their classic Weekly Journal. Without loosing the planning functionalities, we added the most important and inspiring Arts & Culture events throughout the world in the weekly pages. With extra attention to the eight biggest cities in Arts… Read more »
Els & Nel was asked to design the yearly Holiday card for Jubels, their partner in crime for the production of Els & Nel’s products since 2013. For the design Els & Nel choose a simple but bold letter that would high light the soft almost rubbery touch of the Plike Dark Blue paper and… Read more »
To celebrate that they moved to a new studio Els & Nel did a collaboration with their new studio-mates: Stay Up Late and Studio Tim Mastik. Inspired by the de Stijl their made three riso prints of wich each party created one layer in one of the primary colours.
We designed the fall-window display of RESTORED in order to celebrate their recent collaboration with Aleks Pietrzykowska: Furoshiki. She created a contemporary interpretation of this traditional Japanese wrapping cloth. Furoshiki opened our eyes to the endless possibilities contained in a single piece of fabric. We made flags to symbolize a Restored-clan.
Els & Nel x Subbacultcha Our contribution to ‘The Wrapping Paper Project‘ by Subbacultcha. The Wrapping Paper Project is an art publication designed by Els & Nel, Father Futureback, Hugo Rocci, Jip Piet, Lennard Kok, and Mieke Fokkinga and produced by Subbacultcha.
Els & Nel x Rachel Schraven To capture the RAW Case, the final product of a collaboration with Glamcult Studio and G-Star RAW, Els & Nel teamed up with photographer Rachel Schraven. With a graphic still life as a result. G- Star RAW and Els & Nel both share a passion for craftsmanship and find… Read more »
Els & Nel X G-Star X Glamcult – RAW and Rising A collaboration between Glamcult, G-star Raw and Els & Nel. Ten young Dutch creatives were invited to develop a project supported with the G-Star RAW atelier. Their exclusive pieces were displayed in a pop-up exhibition.