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Instagram lay-out Kelder Gedrag
First poster design Kelder Gedrag
Kelder Gedrag event (Photo by Sander van de Ven)
Closing DJ hamming (Photo by Sander van de Ven)

KELDER GEDRAG

Studio by Nas

Design

Visual identity & Marketing

Type

2022

Year

First edition

Edition

In 2022, we embarked on a journey with Kelder Gedrag, shaping its brand identity from the ground up. With meticulous attention to detail, we created a unique visual identity. 

For the first edition, we curated an Instagram layout that captivated audiences and designed a poster that served as an events visual anchor. It was the first step in a thrilling artistic adventure. 

Photography by Sander van de Ven

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DJ wearing Merchandise
Merchandise Kelder Gedrag
Kelder Gedrag event (Photo by Sander van de Ven)
Studio by Nas

Design

Merchandise

Type

2022

Year

Second edition

Edition

The second chapter of our partnership with Kelder Gedrag, we took the original poster design and added graffiti to it, giving it an authentic touch.But we didn't stop there.
 
Together with Daggers Barbershop, we delved into the world of merchandise, creating a limited-edition T-shirt that became instant hits during the event, nearly selling out. As a symbol of illuminating the night, we also produced reflective stickers that added an exciting element to the experience. 
 
Designing inspiration from vinyl records, we created a unique timetable that was found in the venue. Crafted to be legible from various perspectives. This collaboration left a lasting mark, both visually and experientially. 

Photography by Kevin Nas & Sander van de Ven

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Kelder Gedrag Hemelvaart Edition Poster
Studio by Nas

Design

Marketing

Type

2023

Year

Third edition

Edition

As Kelder Gedrag's journey continued, we were on hand to design the third edition, which coincided with the event's move to a new location during Ascension Day.
 
This time, we designed a completely new poster that summed up the essence of the event's evolution. The new poster served as a beacon for attendees and invited them to explore the unknown heights.

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