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 Art Director.
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 and TV, 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.