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.
http://vrints-kolsteren.com
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.
 
The ideal place to relax in the summer
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Cute second hand bookstore with a big selection of artbooks.
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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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A great place in the South of Antwerp for a healthy and tasty brunch/lunch
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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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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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The place to be for type nerds. The oldest printing presses in the world can be found here,
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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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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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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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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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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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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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Amazing Tibetan food in Antwerp's Chinese district. Try the laaping!
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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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More People in Antwerp 44

Graphic Designer from Germany, living in Antwerp and 1/2 of Katharina + Katharina
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Aaron is a graphic designer basing in Taipei and now having a career break in Antwerp. He deals with details subtly, yet his visual presentation is highly provocative and ambitious and has brought novel imagination and shaped a new landscape in the sinophone pop music industry, as well as publishing and performing arts. He is a member of AGI.
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Freelance fashion photographer.
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Jo De Baerdemaeker (typojo) is an Antwerp-based independent Belgian typeface designer and researcher. He holds an MA in Typeface Design and was awarded a PhD from the University of Reading. His interests are designing, researching and writing about world script typefaces (particularly on Tibetan, Lantsa, Mongolian and Javanese), the evolution of Belgian typefaces, and multilingual typography. He is elected Vice-President of ATypI (Association Typographique Internationale) and ATypI Country Delegate for Belgium, currently teaches at LUCA School of Arts (campus Sint-Lucas Gent), and is a guest lecturer at various international art programmes and universities. He was external examiner for ÉSAD (Amiens) post-diplôme students in 2011, and for the TypeMedia 2014 department at KABK (Den Haag). Currently, Jo is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Royal Asiatic Society (London).  Jo is a regular speaker at international conferences, and curates exhibitions on type (design) and typography. Apart from designing fonts, Jo also works as a font & typography consultant for companies, holds international workshops on type design, and organises unique Type Walks in Antwerp and other cities in Belgium.  In 2012 he founded Studio Type in Antwerp (Belgium), and collaborates with international design agencies and type foundries, such as: Tiro Typeworks, Type Together, Typotheque, Dalton Maag, Monotype, Microsoft, Google, The New York Times, WIELS, Nottingham Contemporary, Sara De Bondt, Literatuur Vlaanderen, Stad Antwerpen, This is Antwerp, Karel de Grote Hogeschool, Branding Today, Museum Plantin-Moretus, The University of Reading, and Vlaamse Overheid. Jo was awarded the first honorary title ‘New Flemish Master in Fine Arts’ by Sven Gatz, Minister of Culture from Flanders, during the Henry van de Velde Awards in Bozar (Brussels) on January 19, 2017.
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Pieter Boels is a graphic artist looking for meaning in the shapes of language and the language of shapes. His work is an amalgam of graphic design, illustrative hand lettering and calligraphy, with a strong aesthetic sensibility. Working with both analog and digital tools, he's always striving to create something that resonates with people, and to make them do a double take. Since 2012 Pieter runs a one-man studio in Antwerp, Belgium. The projects he engages in range from large and commercial to tiny and artistic (or the other way round) for local and international collaborators, and himself. Together with his partner, Pieter curates a small space for art & design called Rosewood.
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