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Matthijs Sluiter

Matthijs Sluiter
Matthijs Sluiter

is an illustrator and founder of the Design Studio Het Mes in The Hague, where he designs identities, websites, books, fonts and logos for cultural and knowldedge-based organizations. He earned his Master of Illustration in 1999 at the ArtEX School for the Arts. Besides his work for Het Mes, Sluiter is also an editor for the typography website Fonts In Use, writes about design for Fontstand News and collects and shares type specimens on Instagram. During the 2024 Writers Unlimited International Literary Festival The Hague, he will draw live during Stem van de Stad (Voice of the City), the event in which students tell stories they themselves have written.

(WU2024)

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  • Writers Unlimited 2024 – Friday Night Unlimited

    The Voice of the City - Very Short Stories

    Hague students of the Edith Stein College, John Dewey College and De Vrije School interpreted the Voice of the City in a Very Short Story. They were inspired to write these stories during writing workshops at school and a walk through The Hague, led by Diann van Faassen.
    While they presented their stories, Matthijs Sluiter created live illustrations of the movement of the walk through the city as an extra interaction between word and image.

  • Writers Unlimited 2024 – Saturday Night Unlimited

    The Voice of the City - Very Short Stories

    Hague students of the Edith Stein College, John Dewey College and De Vrije School interpreted the Voice of the City in a Very Short Story. They were inspired to write these stories during writing workshops at school and a walk through The Hague, led by Diann van Faassen.
    While they presented their stories, Matthijs Sluiter created live illustrations of the movement of the walk through the city as an extra interaction between word and image.