Editorial book design is something Tim Bisschop knows extremely well. He is a dutch typographer with a reputation for producing elegant, minimal and beautiful editorial work for a range of creative clients. He studied typography and design at LUCA School of Art, and has worked as an independent graphic designer since 2011. Tim has works for a number of national and international clients including Thames and Hudson, Stephan Vanfleteren, Gemeentemuseum The Hague, plus a load more. Over the years, Tim Bisschop has built a high-quality network of writers, photographers, and editors that he collaborates with. Take a look at his website, to see a full spectrum of his highly refined typography and graphic design projects.
Book design for the Flemish Government's Department of Culture, Youth and Media.
Client: Flemish Government
Finishing: Softcover with die-cut
Printing works: Die Keure, Brugge
Binder: Die Keure, Brugge
Cover design for the book by S.M.A.K. director Philippe Van Cauteren.
Client: Uitgeverij Hannibal, Stedelijk Museum for Contemporary Art Ghent
Finishing: Softcover, Muskat gray, foil printing
Printing: Die Keure Brugge
Binder: Brepols, Turnhout
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