Annemarieke Kloosterhof is a multi disciplinary designer living and working in London, originally from a small town in The Netherlands. Annemarieke studied BA-Hons Graphic Design and Illustration at Central Saint Martins in London, and now works as a Paper-Artist and Propmaker.
Annemarieke’s work mainly focusses on traditional media and crafts, specialising in Paper-Engineering, collage and illustration -contrasted with media like Moving Image, Digital Art and Photography – resulting in a vast, detailed and experimental portfolio. Annemarieke enjoys working freelance, both on her own projects working directly with clients, as well as in the Art Department of Film/TV and Theatre, creating props, models and illustration/graphic design-work… if possible out of paper!
Featured Work & Exhibitions:
– Les Enfants ‘Kids Party Planners’ editorial shoot published in Hooligans Magazine October 2016, showcasing Annemarieke’s paper prop and set design work made specifically for that photoshoot.
– “Where’s Willem” illustration published in the Dutch National Newspaper ‘De Trouw’, on the Dutch national holiday “Kingsday” 27-04-2016. Featured as a double page spread.
– Paper-Art group exhibition with the Paper Artist Collective in Hackney, London. From 05/05 – 10/05/2016.
– “A Christmas Carol” exhibition at the Charles Dickens Museum in London, Annemarieke’s ‘Victorian London’ paper cutting is on display from the 1st of December 2015 until mid January 2016.
-Article in “Knip-Pers” 2014 December issue, a Dutch paper-cutting magazine. The article talks about Annemarieke Kloosterhof’s work and showed several images. The back-cover of the December 2014 issue was her posted-stamp paper-cutting.
– Solo-exhibition held in Alkmaar, The Netherlands, dedicated to Annemarieke Kloosterhof, after winning the Dutch “Young Talent” award. The solo-exhibition featured over 20 of her most recent paper-art, book-art, illustrations and photography. The Exhibition was on display from the 2nd of October until the 19th of October 2014.
-Annemarieke Kloosterhof has won the ‘Rabobank Cultuur Prijs 2014’ in the category “Young Talent”. This is a prestigious Dutch award given once every two years to an Artist up to the age of 21, for excelling in their field and creating new and refreshing art of a high standard. The nomination was announced to the public on the 31st of January 2014, and the award ceremony took place on the 26th of October 2014.