Template is a visual communication studio run by Lasse van den Bosch Christensen and Marlon Harder. Our work takes on any form of graphic design and digital development: from classic printed matter to web programming or a mix between the two.
We are dedicated to every phase of the design process, starting each assignment from scratch and following it through to a fully developed concept or identity.
We continuously explore (new and old) tools and media, coming to solutions outside of the ordinary; an approach visible in the projects we've done over the last years.
Utopia van de kunstkritiek is a experimental publication on the current and distant future of art criticism. It contains nine articles with various content, design and functionality; ranging from long-reads, flowcharts to podcasts and image-essays.
A series of A4 tear-off business cards for Annet Dekker and Annette Wolfsberger. Based on the design of http://aaaan.net.
The concept of Localhost's website revolves around the idea of Reading, Writing and Executing. The website is part wiki, part file tree enabeling two ways of browsing. As the wiki is updated with new content, the file tree lets the user explore where this information is stored and which permissions are granted to it.
For Momu & No Es' exhibition HIGHWAY (1646, Den Haag) we made 25 stickers all in multiple versions. They form snippets and fragments of the HIGHWAY-universe; a place between digital, dream and acid tripping highway agencies.
Aaaan.net functions as a hub that communicates the projects ("at the fringes of art, popular culture and technology") of Annet Dekker, Annette Wolfsberger and Sandra Fauconnier. Initially all content is displayed, but filters lets the visitor sort and explore the site in a very open manner, all the while affecting the website visually.
The website for London based fashion designers Trager Delaney is influenced by the framesets that appeared on website frequently during the 90s. More simple and stylized, the site's columns can be resized or collapsed, at the same time changing the content within the frame. Photographs of the collections become bigger or smaller and text is stretched or hidden.