About Philip
Philip Cronerud is an art director, and publisher from Stockholm, Sweden, who works within technology, art and typography. Philip used to work for agencies like Wieden+Kennedy, Printed Pages / It’s Nice That and later his own type-foundry MEDIUMEXTRABOLD®. The lure of a job offer in the Bay Area convinced him to move and embrace a Californian lifestyle.
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Current city: San Francisco
Other cities: Amsterdam
Philip Cronerud is an art director, and publisher from Stockholm, Sweden, who works within technology, art and typography. Philip used to work for agencies like Wieden+Kennedy, Printed Pages / It’s Nice That and later his own type-foundry MEDIUMEXTRABOLD®. The lure of a job offer in the Bay Area convinced him to move and embrace a Californian lifestyle.
 
Great cocktails. Horrible crowd.
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Amazing Japanese food with a Beats in Space flavoured playlist.
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By appointment only. Large archive of lettering, typography and calligraphy.
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Stout would go around the world and bring back rare books and that's how the store was born.
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My favourite low-key bar with art deco fixtures. Don't come here!
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The largest exhibition space in the United States solely dedicated to photography. Alec Soth, Stephen Shore, Collier Schorr...
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Start the day with a well-balanced overpriced coffee in an industrial setting.
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Mission Street art gallery displaying beautiful losers. Ryan Mcginley, Barry McGee...
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Terrible service. OK brunch. Nice venue.
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The greatest place in the history of the world.
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A lively hotspot in the heart of Amsterdam in emerald green tones.
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Old parking garage turned canal bar.
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Known for their ceramics and carefully thought-out details. Get ready to spend a small fortune.
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Rijksmuseum in all glory but the rather overlooked library is a must.
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Small collection of foreign movies with a huge waterside-view cafe.
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Learn the lineup... Enjoy one of the best club experiences in Amsterdam.
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A great music venue with ping-pong tables used to be a squat. 
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Temporary pop-up (2017–2018) on the NDSM-werf. For 365 days it will have a different owner, every day.
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One of the greatest contemporary galleries in the world. You're welcome.
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Coffee and food in a Scandinavian setting. Just like home.
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Simple but refined dishes. Reserve space for the madeleines! 
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Small bookstore in the center of Amsterdam with the likes of Experimental Jetset, Metahaven and Karel Martens.
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Eclectic brewery for IPA's, music and art.
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Amsterdam based illustrator Sue Doeksen (1982) creates worlds that are overpopulated with bright colors, friendly shapes, layered or light concepts and hidden jokes. Mediums ranging from physical, digital, pencil-drawn, paper-cut, and animated. Juggling commercial and personal project balls she is often overwhelmed because there are so many visual adventures to be made at the same time and therefore wishes there were just many more hours in a day.
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Mixing high-tech and nature through innovation design engineering
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I am a german designer working on the interface of typography and art, currently doing my MA at the Sandberg Intituut. I research on how type can be used for embodying and shaping discourses within our society. I design Typefaces and work from a feminist perspective.
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On a hazy morning is a unique photography team with a fresh and playful eye for capturing the things we all love. Husband and wife team Andres and Joyce specialize in both commercial and editorial storytelling. Eternally curious, and with a passion for sustainability and green projects, they scour the globe seeking authentic moments and characters to create rich photographic narratives in a cinematic style, with magical light and lots of detail. When home in canal-side Amsterdam, they enjoy nature walks, home-made vegan pizzas, Twin Peaks, their cats and the fine, fine eye candy films of Wes Anderson.
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The work of Amsterdam based visual artist Martijn Sandberg, constantly explores border areas, such as the tension between text and image, legibility and illegibility, the private and the public domain. “I make Image Messages, image is message is image.” The image hides the message. In the cut paintings „Sorry No Image Yet‟ and „Too Busy To Paint‟ there is a subtle play between the language of the image and the significance of the image, and this gives rise to questions. Here, the lack of image seems to be elevated to an image by the artist. The direct relationship between the image, the material bearing the image and the environment is also expressed in his site-specific works in public space and architecture. As in „If These Walls Could Speak‟ that can be viewed in the lifts at the OBA Public Library Amsterdam, and the artwork „I Will Survive' located at the border of a burial ground in Hardenberg, The Netherlands. In 2010 „My Last Penny‟ by Martijn Sandberg is released as jaarpenning/ art medal 2010, issued by the Vereniging voor Penningkunst/ Dutch Art Medal Society in a multiple edition of 450 pieces.
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