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Heart of Darkness by Nick Liefhebber

Heart of Darkness by Nick Liefhebber

Jon Paylaga
June 26, 2015

The Hortus was founded as a medicinal garden by the mayor of Amsterdam to save the town from a new plague epidemic. It has inspired and helped many people since.This series of risograph prints explores different views and elements found in the botanical garden, both in form and subject. These are printed at Extrapool in exclusive colours (lavender, gold, salmon, warm red and glaucous) including an A2 sized print.

Every story is unique, and so is every work, ranging from animations and web experiments to awesome print design. As a graphic designer, I am focussing on identities and multi media campaigns.

-Nick Liefhebber












About Nick Liefhebber

Nick Liefhebber is a Dutch graphic designer. His aim is to examine the associative powers of shapes and material and communicate his findings at an intuitive level. Inspired by the patterns, rhythms, and textures found everywhere – from art to nature – he combines these influences into his work. Believing in solving problems with creative ideas and design.Creative solutions with a clear concept and a bold, clear and colourful visual language to tell a story. Aside from commissioned projects Liefhebber initiates a lot of autonomous projects as investigation, mostly silkscreen- and risograph prints which may lead to more complicated projects. You can find more of his work on Tumbler, Instagram, Behance and also on Facebook.

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3 comments on “Heart of Darkness by Nick Liefhebber”

  1. it is really nice . love the colors most especially the salmon and the lavender! But the glaucous is awesome! I like your depiction of the trout

  2. These are really beautiful. I absolutely love the colours especially the salmon and the lavender and the glaucous! I think the photograph of the arch window is stunning and the digital equivalent is too. These are great pictures and they make me want to visit the original.

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