A Revolution of Love
After having spearheaded the femme-loving visuals for “PYNK", Emma and Janelle Monaé join forces yet again for a YouTube producer mini-doc
Into The Great Wide Open
From Form were appointed the festival's official Designers in Residence, making them responsible for all visual communication and brand identity.
Creativity is about content so we came up with the line "L x B x H" (Length x Width x Height), the formula for content. Creatie. L x B x H.
Nike / Footlocker
Mr. Boonstra helped celebrate Nike Jordan's 30th anniversary by making three spots for basketball superstars Carmelo Anthony, Blake Griffin and Chris Paul.
Bonne Reijn casts a beautiful story for no other than Jamie Hawkesworth for the anniversary issue of Fantastic Man!
The Voice of Barça
Johan made this charming portrait of Manel Vich, Barcelona's 77-year-old match day announcer. First published on The Green Soccer Journal.
The creative process of a design student; from excitedly starting a project to postponing it a few days later, to working late and getting stuck.
Reasons to be Creative
Inspired by the fairground that took place at the Brighton Pier back in the days, FF built and designed a fun fair for the opening titles of the festival.
Don't you hate it when you stain your clothes? Noël came up with a new concept, removable stains for everyone.
Hair Highway for Studio Swine
As the world’s population continues to increase, human hair has been re-imagined as an abundant and renewable material.
Artist Identities & Styling
Over the years Bonne has done a lot of styling for musicians and artists, this is a selection of some of the people he worked with.
OFFF Main Titles 2013
For the OFFF festival held in Barcelona, From Form created these exquisite main titles. It got them nominated for a Young Directors Award in Cannes 2014!
A History of the Title Sequence
Designed as a possible title sequence for a fictitious documentary, this film shows a history of the title sequence in a nutshell.
It's in the Sky Title Sequence
From Form designed the title sequence for Sarah Domogala's poetic film essay on fashion and its relation to women and especially herself.