Bert is one of the leading positioning and growth strategy specialists in the Netherlands. He has been working with numerous creative businesses and entrepreneurs to put them back on track. Continue reading 5 Questions with Bert Hagendoorn
2018 was a good year for the Creative Network blog, we published 17 interviews with creatives, bringing the total to 74 interviews on our blog. Here are the 3 most popular ones. Continue reading Our most popular interviews with creatives of 2018
After working with 3rd parties to give an overview of jobs in the creative industry we finally decided to implement our own job board Creative Jobs.Continue reading Introducing our job board Creative Jobs
Tille and I studied graphic design at Sint Lucas in Antwerp. We are driven by a passion for real craftsmanship, typography and beautiful, tactile design. Continue reading 5 Questions with Tille & Linde of Redopapers
I was born in a small village in the tip of Noord-Holland. When I was young my mom owned a garden centre, which I loved to decorate. The moment I saw the Dutch TV program ‘Geef nooit op‘ (Never give up) about window dressing I knew it for sure; I want to be a window dresser. Continue reading An interview with Suzanne den Otter
Sarah is a freelance graphic designer from the UK, living in Antwerp. From a young age she’s been interested in art, design & architecture; creative endeavours have always fulfilled and enlivened her. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic designer Sarah Horn
Rosie Lee is a hybrid creative agency with expertise in retail design, branding and digital. Founded in the UK in 2001 and has now 4 studios worldwide. We had a word with co-founder Mark Fleming. Continue reading 5 Questions with Mark Fleming, Chief Creative Officer of Rosie Lee
It’s always been for me about how I could work out everything else around me to allow me to still create rather than the other way round. I have a constant urge to draw that keeps me going – I enjoy the tactile-ness of being able to draw something and translate expression, to open a conversation about the things I look at and find interesting, pulling out the overlooked or subtle narratives of everyday life and trying to put together a story in a single image.