|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
 
    OF365携其品牌家具与您一起打造美好办公环境!Better OF365,Better Life!品牌家族成员:芬兰AVARTE; 美国KI; 意大利ORA; 瑞士USM; 英国NEO; 墨西哥mobelsys; 意大利FARAM; 马来西亚Merryfair; 新西兰Actiforce;德国Interstuhl.....
  
 20世纪著名设计师
Anglepoise
Archigram
Alvar Aalto

Aluminium

Assa Ashuach
Andrew Blauvelt
Art and Craft Movement
Achille Castiglion

Alan Fletcher

Abram Games
Alec Issigonis
Arne Jacobsen
Alexander McQueen

Aston Martin

Amit Pitaru
Alison+Peter Smithson
Barber Osgerby
Berthold Lubetkin
Ben Wilson
Committee
Concorde
Christian Dior
Christopher Dresser
Charles+Ray Eames
Craig Johnston
Charlotte Perriand
Chris O'Shea
Cedric Price
Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Cameron Sinclair
Constance Spry
Derek Birdsall
Daniel Brown
Doshi Levien
Droog

David Mellor

Dieter Rams
Experimental Jetset
Established and Sons
Ern Goldfinger
Eileen Gray
Enzo Mari
Edward McKnight Kauffer
Eelko Moorer
Ernest Race
Ettore Sottsass
Ed Swan

Flaminio Bertoni

FUEL
Fernando+Humberto Campana
Future Systems
Finn Magee
Foreign Office Architects
Frank Pick
Frank Lloyd Wright
Georg Baldele
Gio Ponti
Giles Gilbert Scott
Graphic Thought Facility
Hilary Cottam
Hella Jongerius
Hiroko Shiratori
Isambard Kingdom Brunel
Irma Boom
Industrial Facility
Isamu Noguchi
Jonathan Barnbrook
Joe Colombo
Jasper Morrison
Joshua Davis
John Galliano
Jamie Hewlett
James Irvine
Jonathan Ive
James Jarvis
Julia Lohmann
Jean Prouvé
J. Mays
James Paterson
Jock Kinneir + Margaret Calvert
Jerszy Seymour
Jop van Bennekom
Konstantin Grcic
Kerr Noble
Khashayar Naimanan
Luis Barragán
Leopold + Rudolf Blaschka
Luigi Colani
Luis Eslava
Louis Kahn
London Transport
Made
Manolo Blahnik
Maarten Baas
Marcel Breuer
Matthew Carter
Michael Cross + Julie Mathias
Max Lamb
M/M
Michael Young
Michael Marriott
Müller+Hess
Marc Newson
Memphis
Matthias Megyeri
Mevis en Van Deursen
Maureen Mooren + Daniel van der Velden
Norman Foster
Nadine Jarvis
Norm
Onkar Singh Kular
Paul Cocksedge
Penguin Books
Pascal Anson
Peter Marigold
Phyllis Pearsall
Plywood
Peter Saville
Percy Shaw
Paul Cocksedge
Paul Smith
Philip Treacy
Philip Worthington
Ron Arad
R. Buckminster Fuller
Ronan + Erwan Bouroullec
Robert Brownjohn
Robin + Lucienne Day
Ross Lovegrove
Reginald Mitchell
Rockstar Games
Richard Rogers
Robert Wilson
Richard Sweeney
Solange Azagury - Partridge
Saul Bass
Sebastian Bergne
Sam Buxton
Superstudio
Simon Heijdens
Stefan Sagmeister
Sarah van Gameren
Tim Berners-Lee
Tord Boontje
Tomás Alonso
Tom Dixon
The Guardian
Thomas Heatherwick
The MARS Group
Tim Simpson
Timorous Beasties
Verner Panton
Viable
Vivienne Westwood
Wells Coates
Yugo Nakamura
Zaha Hadid
20世纪著名设计师  
Jop van Bennekom
Graphic Designer (1970-)
The European Design Show
Design Museum Touring Exhibition

As the art director, editor and publisher of magazines such as BUTT and Re, the Dutch designer JOP VAN BENNEKOM (1970-)has emerged as one of Europe's most influential magazine designers.

When Jop van Bennekom launched Re-Magazine as a graphic design graduate in 1997, he did so with the intention of developing a new form of personal communication. Having cast himself not only as designer and art director, but as editor and publisher, he has since conceived and executed each issue as a single story line from broad concept to the tiniest typographic details. Since launching BUTT, a gay culture magazine - or "fagazine", as he calls it - in 2001, van Bennekom has applied the same intensely personalised approach to that too.

Born in Scherpenzeel in the Netherlands in 1970, Jop van Bennekom studied graphic design in Arnhem and the Van Eyck Academy in Maastricht. As well as redefining the graphic and editorial roles at Re-Magazine and BUTT, he has created a new community by working with a small team of mostly Amsterdam-based writers, artists and photographers to reach readers all over the world.

Learn more about Jop van Bennekom at re-magazine.com and buttmagazine.com

Design Museum

Q. What were your early design influences? What drew you to graphic design and in particular to magazines?

A. When I was 17, I went to a bookstore near my parents’ house in the country, and saw a book with work by members of the Dutch design association, the BNO. It was really experimental in its design, to me it seemed counter-cultural. I didn’t really know about graphic design at the time, but through this book I discovered graphics as a means of expression.

At high school and art school I read a lot of magazines and also put together my own. My favourites were the English music magazines such as NME and The Face. To me the counter-cultural quality of the magazines was identical to that of the music of bands like The Smiths and the Soup Dragons. Peter Saville was also a major influence. I knew his designs for (the bands) Joy Division and New Order, but it never occurred to me that there was a person behind them.

The most important influences on my work have been Karel Martens, who taught me for five years at art school in Arnhem and Mevis + Van Deursen, Armand and Linda, who later became good friends. I have also been influenced by other Dutch designers such as Wim Crouwel and to a lesser extent Jan Van Toorn.

Q. You spent a period doing postgraduate research at the Jan Van Eyck Academy in Maastricht. How has that experience influenced your work?

A. It was a terrible institution at that time. It was all about the institute, not about the students. I was searching for a new language, one that was not about theory, but about the everyday. I got so sick of design that was all about design. From that point on I didn’t want to be involved in the small and incestuous graphic design world. Nowadays I look at design almost as an amateur.

Q. What prompted you to launch Re-Magazine in 1997?

A. I wanted to redefine communication, not from a design point of view, but a personal point of view. I wanted to make a form of media that was as direct as possible – or, at least, as direct as possible for me.

Q. Who else works on Re-Magazine?

A. Re-Magazine started as a one-person mission, now it is a collective of five. The way we work together changes from issue to issue, it is constantly evolving. How we work together forms a large part of the outcome.

Q. You started a second magazine, BUTT, in 2001. Was this a natural step from Re-Magazine?

A. Yes, it was. Through Re-Magazine I already knew how to do it, for instance, I already had a distribution network. In order to make something you have to have a system of working, to know what you are doing. We worked on BUTT for nine months before its launch, to perfect the format. I would like to have lots of magazines under one umbrella. I’m now thinking of launching a fashion magazine.

Q. You don’t have clients in a conventional sense. Are there any disadvantages to this?

A. I try not to have clients. If you are making your own stuff all the time it is really hard to enter the designer-client hierarchy. I am so used to being 100% responsible for things. For example, if a text is bad, I want to rewrite it.

Q. What would be your ideal job?

A. I can only think about an ideal situation, a situation in which things would work, one in which I could delegate and there would be money to hire people.

Q. What is your favourite piece of your own work?

A. The Information Trashcan issue of Re-Magazine. I would like to revisit the theme of that issue, the idea of bringing voices together. It’s a piece I am still thinking about, it’s unresolved.

Q. What is your favourite piece of graphic design in general?

A. The 12 inch single of Blue Monday/The Beach by New Order and designed by Peter Saville. It is less about good design than doing the right thing. It is a perfect move in a game.

Q. What are you working on right now?

A. The new issue of Butt has to be finished next week. The new issue of Re-Magazine has to be finished at the end of next month. Apart from that I am designing a catalogue for artist and photographer Joke Robaard. She's doing a show at the end of November at Secession in Vienna.

Q. Re-Magazine has change considerably since its launch. Will it keep on evolving?

A. Yes, I think so. The next issue is coming out as a tabloid. It is a good format, it is easy and cheap. Of course it will keep evolving, but I have no idea where it’s heading.

 

 
  相关图片

Boring!
Re-Magazine #4, Summer 2000

 
 
 

Re-Connect
Re-Magazine #5, Winter 2000/01

 
 
 

The Information Trashcan
Re-Magazine #6, Spring 2001

 
 
 

Re-View
Re-Magazine #7, Autumn 2001

 
 
 

It's Spring 2007
Re-Magazine #8, Spring 2002

 
 
 

John
Re-Magazine #9, Autumn 2002

 
 
 

Claudia
Re-Magazine #10, Spring/Summer 2003

 
 
 

Claudia
Re-Magazine #10, Spring/Summer 2003













OF365 Furniture Group 旗下行业家具站点:
国际学校家具网幼儿园家具网医院家具网实验室家具网苏州防静电产品图书馆家具品牌办公家具银行家具法院家具设计院家具商业空间家具
OF365 Furniture Group 旗下办公家具站点:
标准化办公家具网办公家具工程网钢制办公家具网品牌办公椅网、上海办公家具网北京办公家具网Office Furniture上海培训椅网
OF365 Furniture Group 全国服务商:
上海北京广州苏州深圳天津重庆杭州无锡成都青岛宁波大连武汉南京沈阳哈尔滨佛山烟台石家庄济南唐山泉州福州长春温州郑州绍兴潍坊大庆淄博南通台州东莞长沙保定济宁常州徐州西安嘉兴临沂威海鞍山、香港澳门台湾
OF365 Furniture Group 推荐著名家具公司站点:
www.walterknoll.de www.vitra.com www.interstuhl.de www.wilkhahn.com www.samas.nl www.artifort.com www.vs-furniture.com
www.steelcase.com www.fantoni.it www.kloeber.com www.fritzhansen.com www.bene.com www.bisley.com www.hermanmiller.com
www.silver-chair.net www.faram.com www.wilkhahn.com www.girsberger.com
www.knoll.com www.sedus.com www.haworth-asia.com
还有2000个世界著名品牌办公家具网址等着您......

OF365(中国)投资  上海纵横家具有限公司
中国·上海市闵行区莘庄开发区申南路59号泰弘研发园1号行政大楼506室

电话:(86)021-34635339 传真:(86)021-34635118  
联系人:曾小姐   手机:15201860004 
E-mail:zenghuagen@of365.org

WWW.OF365.COM
版权所有 2009-2013 copyright ©