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An atmospheric and beautifully crafted way to digitalise an album

Önnu Jónu Son

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Önnu Jónu Son

A totally immersive and playful, fun app experience

McDonald's Getaway Island

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McDonald's Getaway Island

Spending days at this beautifully crafted and innovative digital library

Americana

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Americana

A flawlessly implemented website with an eye-opening message

The Drop Store

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The Drop Store

Taking the world of hospitality to the next level, digitally

Be My Guest

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Be My Guest

A visually strong mix of digital storytelling & e-commerce

CL9UD

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CL9UD

Raising digital awareness: the decline in press freedom

The Erased font

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The Erased font

A sophisticated digital experience to explore an iconic museum online

foam.org

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foam.org

A visually stunning and impactful, interactive documentary

The Pollinators of Slovenia

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The Pollinators of Slovenia

A journey towards equality. Decoding gender-bias in AI

MissJourney

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MissJourney
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Christian Mezöfi from Dentsu Creative: loves detail and 3D design

Christian Mezöfi Dentsu Creative & Dutch Digital Design curator

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Christian Mezöfi Dentsu Creative & Dutch Digital Design curator

Welcome ACE, Cut the Code, DotControl, Lava and Merlin Studio

welcome to five new partners

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welcome to five new partners

Aurelija Mockeviciute: visual designer & Dutch Digital Design curator

Meet Aurelija Mockeviciute from Clever°Franke

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Meet Aurelija Mockeviciute from Clever°Franke

To be a Robot Kitten: passionate about creative technology

Partner in the Spotlight: Robot Kittens

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Partner in the Spotlight: Robot Kittens

Dutch Digital Design does Dutch Design Week 2023

Dutch Digital Design does Dutch Design Week 2023

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Dutch Digital Design does Dutch Design Week 2023

ADNIGHT 2023: we present to you the Dutch Digital Design route

Adnight - Dutch Digital Design route

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Adnight - Dutch Digital Design route

Erick de Jong: creative director, one of our curators, Japanophile

Curator's choice - Erick de Jong from Fonk

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Curator's choice - Erick de Jong from Fonk

Curator’s Choice: meet Giulia Principe & the work of Roelof Knol

Curator’s Choice: meet Giulia Principe & the work of Roelof Knol

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Curator’s Choice: meet Giulia Principe & the work of Roelof Knol

Partner in the Spotlight: Greenberry for socially responsible digital design

Partner in the Spotlight - Greenberry

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Partner in the Spotlight - Greenberry

When Suzanne Visser & Dutch Digital Design did SXSW 2023

Dutch Digital Design at SXSW 23

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Dutch Digital Design at SXSW 23
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Twenty pairs of
digital eyes lurking
in trees and bushes

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The 72andSunny Creative Collective - a creative team of writers, designers and makers, part of the Amsterdam-based advertising and design agency 72andSunny - created ‘De Nachtloerrrders’, an amazingly intriguing installation for the Amsterdam Light Festival - answering to the theme ‘Disrupt!’.

Far from the elephants and iguanas, the flamingos and armadillos - all the way at the back of ARTIS Amsterdam Royal Zoo - you could find the home of ‘De Nachtloerrrders’ during the Light Festival.

Twenty pairs of constantly changing digital eyes were lurking in the trees and bushes - created through the imagination of more than 800 school children from Amsterdam (aged between 8-12 years). These children were invited to collaborate with the 72andSunny Creative Collective. Workbooks, workshops and a custom version of ‘Scratch’ allowed the children to take their creatures from imagination to LED screen.

De Nachtloerrrders' intention was to show us a possible evolution if we continue to disturb animal habitats with our ever expanding cities lighting up the night skies.

Amazing project! From concept to execution. Super-engaging and rewarding for children - to see their own creative work digitised in the city.

Results

  • Amsterdam Light Festival: most successful and engaging artwork to date when it comes to collaboration with children
  • Numerous organisations have expressed interest in recreating or evolving the project in a different location, for a new audience
  • > 800 Amsterdam schoolchildren (aged 8-12 years old) introduced to the design process and coding language ‘Scratch’