Teun Verbeek Portfolio 2013

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Selected works, Design Academy Eindhoven graduate, Man&Communication department.

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  • 1SELECTEDWORKS

  • VISION FORTHE FUTURE

    These hand-drawn costume designs may be seen as a vision for the future. In a time of crisis and overall depression, I plead for a visual culture that evokes the suggestion of a new flourishing prosperity and welfare.

    The costumes are inspired by aesthetics deriving from more florishing periods from the past and other personal fascinations. A synergy of excessive detail, ornaments, sci-fi aesthetics and narcissism.

    2011, DESIGN ACADEMY EINDHOVEN

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  • APPLIEDGRAPHICS

    For the Indian Summer Festival 2013,I designed and made this costume. I silkscreen printed all the textiles by hand, to create unique materials. I did

    thorough research on patterns and materials by making a wide range of test prints. At the festival I performed in the costume during the Art Parade.

    2013, CLIENT MOTHERS OF ART

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  • SELF-DEPRECATION

    2011, DESIGN ACADEMY EINDHOVEN

    Somewhat strange perhaps, I discovered I find it very pleasurable to ridicule myself.

    Over and over again, I see it coming back as a tendency in my work. My face as a tool for all sorts of applications.

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    I invented a living domestic object. By making it alive, the user is forced to take genuine care over the object. If not, it will die. The object has need for affection, nutrition

    and daily walks, just like a normal pet. The appearance of the object is shaped by the way it is being maintained. When the object dies, it cant be fixed.

    2011, DESIGN ACADEMY EINDHOVEN

    LIVINGDOMESTIC OBJECT

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    PORTFOLIO TEUN VERBEEK

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    SENSUALSHAPES

    2011, DESIGN ACADEMY EINDHOVEN

    I participated in a bronze workshop. Bronze is a material which is mostly casted as a shell. Therefore I wanted to create hollow shapes. I was intrigued by the visual tension of blown-up shapes.

    I started making plaster molds of blown up condoms. By casting hot wax in these molds, I created a large variety of loose parts. By melting them togheter in all sorts of ways, I developed a whole series of sensual shapes.

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    CURRICULUM VITAEPERSONALIA

    Teun VerbeekTuinstraat 13b5611 PL EindhovenNetherlands

    +31 (0)6 39723864info@teunverbeek.comwww.teunverbeek.com

    Born 06/12/1989Venray, Netherlands

    EDUCATION

    2007-2012: Design Academy Eindhoven, Man&Communication

    2003-2007: Dendron College Horst, Havo

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    2012 (april - july):Assistant art-department Dutch television-series t Schaep in Mokum. Assisting the art director, setdresser and prop manager.

    2012 (march):Internship Studio Fons Schiedon, Berlin (visual artist, animator and filmmaker). Developing special props and scriptwriting.

    From 2009 - now:Various activities for Design Academy Eindhoven: Assistance during photo shoots for publications, preparing presentations, supporting the janitors, catering for events, selling tickets for Graduation Shows, preparatory work for exhibitions and transport projects, mailman PostNL.

    EXTRA

    2011 Workshop Studio Dumbar, graphic design studio.2011 Workshop Lernert & Sander, directors and artists. 2011 Workshop bronzecasting, Rien Derks and Beeldenstorm2010 Collaboration with Bernard Heesen, glassblower and sculptor. 2009 Workshop Erik Odijk, visual artist.

    Dutch NativeEnglish FluentGerman Basic

    Drivers license B