Sepus Noordmans (NL) is a graphic designer based in Amsterdam with an interest in editorial design, visual identities, web development and typedesign. Working with projects both in cultural and commercial fields. The focus is on graphic design that challenges and often cross multiple disciplines on print and screen. Field of interest is exploring the ongoing relationship between consumer and technology. Currently experimenting and learning more about coding and programming.
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In the Name of Security (2016) – Photo publication for photographer Fabian Fraikin where he investigates secret and censored Dutch governmental sites which are strategically placed in rural or residential areas. In the Name of Security examines his question: “Why are we not able to see what is happening at these locations?” by photographing eleven censored locations in the Netherlands.
Alles onder Controle? (2016) – Thesis design for Dutch photographer Fabian Fraikin.
The Act of Constructing (2016) – The thesis of Finnish photographer Nita Vera explores the ideas behind the Brechtian theatre and how it might help finding tools to break the fourth wall in photography – in other words – to make the spectator active and not just a passive viewer.
The Rise of the Next Human (2015) – The Rise of the Next Human is an explorative bachelor thesis about the development of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence and its effect on modern society. We continue to recreate human anatomy and mind into mechanical and digital entities. Is the progress of human evolution too slow and do we want to accelerate it with technology?
Het Anonieme Lichaam Als Beeld (2015) – Thesis of photographer Roos van de Kieft at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. The book explores how subtle photographic decisions create unconscious interest for more anonymity in imagery.
The Military-Consumer Complex (2014) – A collection of selected inventions for military purposes that eventually found its way to the consumer. The book creates awareness that some of our highly–used technology originates from militaristic goals, where research and development is greatly funded by a nation itself.
Billytown (2016 - ongoing) – Promotional output for past and coming exhibitions by Billytown The Hague. An artist run gallery, that frequently hosts these exhibitions within their own gallery space.
Soppen (2016) – Visual identity for the two–day performance art festival called Soppen in Ekeberg Parken Oslo, Norway. Located within a dense and calm forest, the festival attempts to behave as a parasite. The identity carries out that idea by blending a mix of fake natural elements with digital surfaces. The identity includes a custom logo, a series of posters, flyers, a teaser, t–shirts and other promotional matter. This project is made in collaboration with Sara Risvåg.
Royal Academy of Art The Hague Graduation Festival 2016 (2016) – Visual identity and campaign for the KABK Graduation Festival 2016. The identity surrounds the theme of expansion, as graduates will experience their graduation as only the start of a growing process. This includes posters, catalogue, website, trailer, facade banners, flyers, map and program, brochures, signage, entrance counters, award-flags, ceremony tent and merchandising.
While You Were Sleeping (2015) – Identity design of the Graphic Design graduation show at The Royal Academy of Art. Consisting of various components from promotional material to the design and construction of the modular systems used during the exhibition. The identity was presented in the form of a website, catalogue, posters, signage and other merchandise. Made in collaboration with Bram de Leeuw, Orphé Tan-A-Kiam, Tomas Laar, Sara Risvåg, and Alyar Aynetchi.
Big Brother Awards 2015 (2015) – Every year, individuals, businesses and governments have the opportunity to bring home a Big Brother Award. For those who have distinguished themselves that year by violating privacy and freedom of the Dutch citizens. The visual identity of 2015 surrounds the theme of Orwell’s Doublespeak and was made in collaboration with studio Since Today.
Endless Possibilities (2014) – Endless Possibilities is a photography exhibition made by the third-year photography students from Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (NL). A project initiated together with ÉCAL in Lausanne (CH). The identity is based on the concept of stock-photography, where watermarks functions as branding but still allow for the photography to be the main attention. A project in collaboration with Sara Risvåg.
Portfolio Liza Szabo (2016) – Portfolio website for Hungarian photographer Liza Szabó, based in The Hague.
Portfolio CAAL (2016) – Portfolio website for architect bureau CAAL based in Lausanne, Switzerland. Website designed in collaboration with Alyar Aynetchi.
Planetary Romance (2016) – Web app for photographer Jorien de Waard and her fictional project Planetary Romance, in which she creates a narrative about the exploration of planet Mars.
Royal Academy of Art The Hague Graduation Festival 2016 (2016) – Website for the Graduation Festival 2016 of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, it functions as an informative platform for the festival and simultaneously as archive with all the projects of the graduates.
Untitled Serif (Unreleased) – An attempt to design an elegant serif (text)typeface with quirky details and hairline contrast. This typeface is in an early stage and not yet available.
Gestalt (Unreleased) – A geometric typeface that aims to have no-contrast within the lettershapes. This is still work in progress and not yet released. Mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in a beta version.
Line (2017/Available) – Line is an odd interpretation on a reverse-contrast typeface because Line has several stubborn differences compared to vanilla reverse-contrast typefaces. The letter shapes are inspired by typography that was being used on record covers in the 60s and 70s. Line has 5 different cuts, each with 208 glyphs and supports Western European languages. If you would like to have a trial version, please contact me.
Cargo Documentary (2016) – A custom logotype for Cargo, a documentary about a sailor on a supply ship and his previously broken relationships. The logotype is inspired by Clarendon, but attempts to make it more contemporary by reducing its width and sharpen its serifs.
EUROPA (2016) – Contribution to the Continental Breakfast. An online exhibition exploring the unique nature of EU citizens’ free movement amongst its member states in a time of mass migration, membership referendums and widening economic disparity. “EUROPA” attempts to visualize the freedom with no borders on the internet and strives to strengthen that ideology.
Untitled #1 (2015) – A series of posters with a focus on how society adapts its behaviour to rapid advancement of our technology. Contributions to KRAFT N°2 magazine, published by Austrian fashion store Grundtner & Söhne.
The Realm (2014) – Illustrative guide to attend a fictive festival which you can only access by entering a space in virtual-reality.
Monochrome Nascar (2014) – A small typographic exercise inspired by the competitive racing-world aesthetic.