Nai-Dan Chang is a Taiwanese designer based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. She graduated from Design Academy Eindhoven in 2016, currently working as a freelance designer and artistic researcher. Her works focus on the relationship between people and spaces, from which she intends to create "atmospheric objects" in order to arouse our senses without noticing it intellectually. Material experimenting is also one of her interests, allowing her to explore the possibility of design in a spontaneous and unexpected process.
Xaviera Altena (1991) is inspired by 1990’s pop culture and modern-day culture. Using pastel pink, bright yellow and sky blue, her illustrations express incredible joy and freshness. She grew up in the most colorful diverse area of Rotterdam called 'het Oude Westen', so she is a real local when it comes to all kinds of flava's and hidden gems of this lovely modern city.
Straight from the 'Wild West' of the Netherlands
Joren Joshua (1990) serves his pertly and playful illustrations for the cool.
In graphic balanced settings lanky characters pass by to reflect
on daily life, in a humorous way. Strongly influenced by graffiti and printing techniques
Joren tries to make his mark on commercial and personal projects.
Doesn't matter what form or scale.