Fine art and graphic design combine in the remarkable work of Koos Breen

Date
4 August 2014
Reading Time
1 minute read

Dutch graphic designer Koos Breen has a portfolio that’s laden with extraordinary work. The Hague-based creative utilises unusual print techniques and 3D methods within a practice that’s highly experimental. Part graphic designer part fine artist Koos seems equally comfortable producing for for clients as he is inventing material for a personal show, but throughout it all he maintains a respect for form over function that has led to a highly aestheticised body of work in which posters, prints, textiles and 3D objects all come together to create a highly original oeuvre.

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Koos Breen: Navid Nuur Poster (detail)

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Koos Breen: Navid Nuur Poster (detail)

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Koos Breen: Navid Nuur Poster

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Koos Breen: Collaborate

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Koos Breen: Collaborate

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Koos Breen: Collaborate

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Koos Breen: Collaborate

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Koos Breen: Existenz

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Koos Breen: Moulin Rouge

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Koos Breen: Vladimir Tropp

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James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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