Small collective work, shaped by personal interests. The name translates to both 'junk' and 'a collection' in Dutch.
Off Course Branding
Concept hinting at a seemingly 'failed design' of a typeface that was originally made to strive for 'perfection'. By altering the shapes, the brand goes off the normal course, referring to the publication's name.
Publication concept about the less sensational or climatic moments of the day. It only takes one attentive observer to find beauty in seemingly nonpivotal stillness and the mundane.
For clients such as Ryú (Montreal), Museumnacht Gent (rejected) and as personal exercises.
Michaël Kin/Michael Chin
An exploration of cultural identity, memory and photo manipulation, as shown by personal photos and found footage.
About the art of collecting and archiving, from Fritz Kahn's human bodies to Frederik Ruysch's vanitas.
IK ≠ IK
Loosely translates to 'I am not me', questioning the objectiveness of photography due to composition, cropping, manipulation and the power of found footage, from story narrations to the selfie culture.