Nearest Neighbour is a graphic design studio based in ´s-Hertogenbosch (NL), founded in 2014 by Mark van den Heuvel (1982) and Guus Verschuur (1983). The studio originated through mutual affection for typography, tactility in traditional arts & crafts and let’s not forget, hotsauce. We approach a new project by taking it apart to it’s bare essentials, only to build it in a new way. This is often distinguished by a conceptual and typographic streak; clear, bold and straightforward.

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tp abv affiches a poster by nearest neighbour
Collab#1 with James Drayson, 2015
A1, Screenprint 6 runs
The design of the poster literally came together on the printing table.
Every print run requested an extended level of precision. While this is no
strange aspect in the process of screen printing we took it to
another level by printing 6 runs. Each run overlaps the previous one
and because we used a highly transparent base the letter forms blend
together in height and width. The outcome is something that can only be
accomplished in analogue execution.
tp abv affiches b poster by nearest neighbour
Collab#1 with James Drayson, 2015
A1, Screenprint 6 runs
tp abv affiches v poster by nearest neighbour
Collab#1 with James Drayson, 2015
A1, Screenprint 6 runs
tp collab 1 poster by nearest neighbour
tp w2f bedankt poster by nearest neighbour
Willem II Fabriek, 2014
A1, Offset in 3 PMS Colours
For the grand opening weekend of the Willem II Fabriek we designed
a campaign consisting of three time released posters. The second
poster is printed in pantone colours gold, neon orange and
black to ensure attention in the public space and furthermore
emphasise the festivities.
tp w2f opening poster by nearest neighbour
Willem II Fabriek, 2014
A1, Offset in 3 PMS Colours
tp w2f royaal poster by nearest neighbour
Willem II Fabriek, 2014
A1, Offset in 3 PMS Colours
tp wk 1 poster by nearest neighbour
Een Wonderlijke Klim (A Wonderous Climb), 2016
A1, Offset in 3 PMS Colours
In the context of the Jheronimus Bosch year (it's been 500 years since
he died) visitors can climb the roof of the Saint John Cathedral.
The statues on the cathedral derive from the same period as the works
of the famous painter. The poster is part of a big campaign and
resembles a playing card which is said to be a devils game.
tp hyperhyper poster by nearest neighbour
Vort - HyperHyper, 2015
A1, Offset CMYK
A poster designed for an exposition about internet as muse.
tp gaz 1 poster by nearest neighbour
Grafisch Atelier Den Bosch, 2014
A1, Screenprint
The playful and minimalist graphics represent different kinds of sandwich
toppings. Butter, cheese, chocolate sprinkles, peanut butter, jelly,
cucumber and of course hot-sauce, making seven in total and an equal
number of screens, which lead to endless possibilities. We designed a
method so all of the toppings could fit together without interfering with
one another.
tp gaz 2 poster by nearest neighbour
Grafisch Atelier Den Bosch, 2014
A1, Screenprint
tp gaz 3 poster by nearest neighbour
Grafisch Atelier Den Bosch, 2014
A1, Screenprint
tp gaz 4 poster by nearest neighbour
Grafisch Atelier Den Bosch, 2014
A1, Screenprint
tp gaz 5 poster by nearest neighbour
Grafisch Atelier Den Bosch, 2014
A1, Screenprint
tp gaz 6 poster by nearest neighbour
Grafisch Atelier Den Bosch, 2014
A1, Screenprint
tp gaz 7 poster by nearest neighbour
Grafisch Atelier Den Bosch, 2014
A1, Screenprint
tp gaz 8 poster by nearest neighbour
Grafisch Atelier Den Bosch, 2014
A1, Screenprint
tp gaz 9 poster by nearest neighbour
Grafisch Atelier Den Bosch, 2014
A1, Screenprint

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