Curious and having a wide range of interests, Maggie pursues creative work that is insight-driven, strongly articulated, and intimately considered.

With a focus on educational, cultural, and socially responsible projects, Maggie hopes to create visual narratives that inform as much as inspire.

Previously worked as a Senior Designer at Vruchtvlees and SID LEE Amsterdam but is currently looking for new opportunities.

Le Parc Cinema

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Centered around the idea of film as a language, cultural cannon, document, and way of speaking, I created a visual language for Le Parc to articulate the essence of its films and its own brand identity.

Through expressive typography, drawn elements, and a mix of film stills and ambient imagery, the brand elements, like a film, become a sum of its parts—cohesive, complementary, and elegantly woven together.

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‘Surprisingly close’ / ‘Worldly closeness’

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Inspired by the concept of film grammar (frame: letter, shot: word, scene: sentence, sequence: paragraph), the brand can be broken down into its component parts depending on usage.

Contrasting a bold, expanded font with a detailed serif, the brand typography speaks with confidence and character.

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