About Vrints
Vrints-Kolsteren is founded by Vincent Vrints and Naomi Kolsteren and based in Antwerp. We work locally and internationally and offer creative direction, photography and graphic design. We engage in ongoing partnerships and are creating a network of creative talent by working in a collaborative way.
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Current city: Antwerp
Vrints-Kolsteren is founded by Vincent Vrints and Naomi Kolsteren and based in Antwerp. We work locally and internationally and offer creative direction, photography and graphic design. We engage in ongoing partnerships and are creating a network of creative talent by working in a collaborative way.
 
A lovely collection of furniture, objects, pottery, cutlery, cosmetics, plants, fashion, accessories and art. The ideal place to find some gifts.
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The place to be for type nerds. The oldest printing presses in the world can be found here,
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a place to drink Sprits in a stylish interior.
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A small but beautiful botanical garden in the heart of Antwerp. Especially interesting if you are into cacti.
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You can find second hand designer clothes here. With an especially  great selection of Belgian brands like Raf Simons and Dries van Noten, Stephan Schneider, Christian Wijnants... 
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A great place in the South of Antwerp for a healthy and tasty brunch/lunch
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Cute second hand bookstore with a big selection of artbooks.
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One of the best brunch places in Antwerp and the staff is very friendly. Menu tips: Turkish eggs, the pancakes, Eggs Benedict and Americano coffee.
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The ideal place to relax in the summer
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Our favourite shop in Antwerp. Atelier Solarshop is a curated shop space, founded by menswear designer Jan-Jan Van Essche and Piëtro Celestina, based in Antwerp, offering a carefully selected, and constantly updated collection of well crafted contemporary works, harmoniously blended with timeless antiques and vintage.
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A beautiful concept store with new and vintage items. You can also have lunch here and a nice cup of coffee.
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Amazing Tibetan food in Antwerp's Chinese district. Try the laaping!
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Arte Antwerp is a menswear brand created in Antwerp. Arte wants to be a creative label, rather than just a clothing brand. That's why they regularly invite artists to collaborate with, in this picture you can see work of artist Tom Volkaert.
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De Studio is the creative headquarters of Antwerp, where people can be spectator and artist at the same time. You can come here for dance, theater and interesting parties. 
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We don't go to this place for the trendy interior, but for the amazing food. The no-nonsense approach is actually why we love it so much! This place just has the best Sichuan style Chinese food in Antwerp.
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Visit this place for delicious Korean inspired food in a contemporary setting. We just found out the best way to eat here is to share a bunch of small dishes, make sure to order our personal favourite: porkbelly bo ssam. Add some soju and beer for a successful evening.
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To avoid any confusion: MAFF is not the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, even though we’re huge fans of dogs and food. MAFF is a committed Antwerp-based design studio founded by Claudio Pascariello and Elke Treunen. We are great and easy to work with. No fussing, we do what we say and say what we do. Small projects, big projects, events, you name it. We love to surprise our clients with smart and creative solutions. Have a look!
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Studio M specializes in art direction, graphic design and branding and offers a 360° approach to print, video, and creative consulting. Prior to founding her own studio, Elisabeth Mestdagh studied design and visual communication in Antwerp, Ghent and Berlin. She trained with Base Design, assisted Paul Boudens and spent a year at Baron & Baron in New York City where she worked on projects for clients such as Dior, Maison Margiela, Nars and The Metropolitan Museum. Elisabeth is an experienced print designer and a frequent collaborator of the Antwerp Fashion Academy’s alumni.
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Pieter is a designer and visual artist living and working in Antwerp. In 2012 he founded his own studio, specialised in lettering, calligraphy and murals. His process combines analog and digital techniques, while always trying to let the human touch shine through. His portfolio ranges from visual identities and book covers over packaging to art installations and tattoos. Next to that Pieter teaches through lectures and workshops. To connect with letterheads around the world he founded Antwerp Type Society, and he is one half of the Analphabetics collective.
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Woche is a collection of jewelry that can be worn on a daily basis until it almost becomes second skin. Its name translates to ‘week’ in German. Wearing these pieces makes them adjust to the body, with small changes in patina, colour and shape.  The Belgian label, established in 2016 by Clarisse Bruynbroeck, does not work according to a seasonal approach but rather evolves through time as an unfettered collection. Coincidence and imperfection are aspects that return within the handmade pieces, in shape, material and technique. The apparent fragility only contributes to the aesthetics and does not affect the wearability of the jewelry.
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Graphic designer and maker of all things pretty
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