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    B-SIDE FESTIVAL 2011: Hannake Minten as part of Holy Grey

Assertive design from Hanneke Minten and Saskia Pouwels as Hats & Tales studio + more

Posted by Bryony Quinn,

Assertive and bright, Hats & Tales is the dynamic studio partnership between Rotterdam-based designers Hanneke Minten and Saskia Pouwels. Much of the confidence of the work arrives from a solution-based rethink of the initial question and shape of the projects. The collaborative outcomes include many worthy self-initiated projects like The Right to Answer which allows responses to a poster slogan to be worked directly onto the graphic or cultural designs for institutes and magazines, like the identity and print collateral for B-Side Festival. Strong work from a conscientious studio with a mind for education as well as execution of design.

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    B-SIDE FESTIVAL 2011: Hannake Minten as part of Holy Grey

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    B-SIDE FESTIVAL 2011: Hannake Minten as part of Holy Grey

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    Hats & Tales: Hannake Minten and Saskia Pouwels

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    Hats & Tales: Hannake Minten and Saskia Pouwels. AMPERSAND stop motion / collage. Made at Studio Dumbar in collaboration with: George Lambermont

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    Hats & Tales: Hannake Minten and Saskia Pouwels. THE RIGHT TO ANSWER Poster project. In collaboration with RAAF Rotterdam.

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    Hats & Tales: Hannake Minten and Saskia Pouwels. THE RIGHT TO ANSWER Poster project. In collaboration with RAAF Rotterdam.

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    Hats & Tales: Hannake Minten and Saskia Pouwels. THE RIGHT TO ANSWER Poster project. In collaboration with RAAF Rotterdam.

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    Hats & Tales: Hannake Minten and Saskia Pouwels. THE RIGHT TO ANSWER Poster project. In collaboration with RAAF Rotterdam.

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    Hats & Tales: Hannake Minten and Saskia Pouwels. THE RIGHT TO ANSWER Poster project. In collaboration with RAAF Rotterdam.

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Posted by Bryony Quinn

Bryony was It’s Nice That’s first ever intern and worked her way up to assistant online editor before moving on to pursue other interests in the summer of 2012.