screen print, 4 layers
Poster exploring the visual language of pausing.
Our memories seem only to be as sharp as the images that represent them. As images progressively gain sharpness, they seem to supersede the imagination. What is lost in this effort to preserve? Transcribed Memory revolves around a personal archive of digitized home-video tapes. By repeating the process of digitalization, the images are constantly transcribed by the screen and the camera. The result is an image that is in a way obstructed and recreated into something that shapes its own conditions.
Part of Tables of Content: GDA Graduation Show 2019, Arnhem.
Report and image archive made up of databases (WhatsApp conversations, prints, e-mails), inherently created during the internship.
EARTH IS FLAT
A revised version of the fountation of the modern Flat Earth Theory, replacing the mainly literary content with Flat Earth Memes found on internet communities. These memes struggle to capture the extensive theories of the Flat Earth Theory in a world of short attention spans.
In collaboration with Sam Reith
Assuming that an artificial womb will be reality in a near future, the device would most likely have to reside in the hospital under close supervision. This would create a distance between parent and child. RELATIVELY CLOSE explores a possible scenario in how the intimacy and poetry of pregnancy can be maintained.
I WANT A SHITTY COPY:
exploring the potential of the low-resolution image
In a high-resolution world based on definition, hegemony
and credibility, the low- resolution can offer an escape from
sharpness. Compared to the high-resolution image, the low-
resolution does not command to be taken seriously and is far
from literal or objective. It is less ‘what it needs to be’ and ‘more
what you want it to be.’ This does not mean that the image is
discreditable; it just means that the image is more inclusive. Its
allowance to be ‘amateur,’ unrefined and accessible puts the
control back into the creator’s hands.
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285 x 420 mm, courant.
Expressive Script contains three dialogue-scenes from iconic Hitchcock movies. Every dialogue typographically explores the play for control and power between the respective characters.
Installation made during a Feedback loop Workshop by Remco van Bladel.
Fold out maps that contain a visual infographic of the items in personal drawers and boxes at home.
screen print, two layers
Imaginairy concept for a band based on a fusion between two musical genre's, Italo Disco and Detroit Techno.
A book that represents the contents of Ubu Web in an opposite context, taking its low-res content and presenting them as high art. This project questions how the context determents how its content is precieved.
Herself is a direct antonym on the 2015 book Selfish, a collection of selfies published by Kim Kardashian.
Short film that explores the meaning of 'close' and its contrast of intimacy and confinement.
Poster made in reaction to the eurovision songcontest winner of 2016. The poster questions the intent and purpose of the festival.
SAFE SEX POSTER
Selected to be part of the "I Save Sex" poster exhibition at De Affiche Galerij (Den Haag) and the 3sec.gallery (Breda).
Jesse van Meel
BA Graphic Design
Artez Institute of the Arts,
(2015 – 2019)
Minor Design Research
Artez Institute of the Arts,
MBO Grafische vormgeving
Graduated w/ excellence
Sint Lucas, Boxtel
(2011 – 2015)
(2007 – 2011)
Arnhemse Nieuwe 2019
(4 October 2019)
Tables Of Content
Artez Graphic Design,
(3 – 8 July 2019)
Poster Contest ‘I Save Sex’
De Affiche Gallerij, The Hague
(June – August 2016)
Junior Graphic Designer
Eindhoven (2019 – current)
Studio Renate Boere
The Hague (2018)
Hats & Tales