Daniël Maarleveld is a graphic and motion designer based in Amsterdam. Since 2007 he has been running an independent practice, with a strong interest in generative design and kinetic typography. He collaborates with a network of designers, programmers and artist to create typefaces, books, animations, websites and exhibition designs. His work is an endless quest for unexplored possibilities of natural and mathematical principles. Recently, his practice has shifted more towards code-based motion design.
In addition to his design practice, he taught at the Saturday course of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, and typography at the ArtEZ University of the Arts in Arnhem.
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I am an graphic designer based in Amsterdam. Since my graduation from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 2007. I work together with a number of different designers, programmers and artist to create typefaces, books and websites festival and exhibition design. In some of my work I am searching for unexplored possibilities of new or existing techniques, based on mathematical natural or mechanical principles. This results in work that balances between machine- an hand made work.
In addition to my practice In have been teaching at the orientation year at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, and Graphic design department at ArtEZ institute of the arts. For more information on my work and a list of my clients check my curriculum vitae.