Céline Wouters
Willemsstraat 32-hs
1015 JD Amsterdam
mail@celinewouters.com

About, Contact & inquiries
About:

Céline Wouters (b. 1980, NL) studied Graphic Design at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. Based in Amsterdam, she works as a freelance graphic designer, mainly in the form of printed matter on both self-initiated and commissioned projects. Each project is characterised by a content driven editorial approach, where her voice/signature as a designer is subtel but direct.

This website shows a selection of her projects from the last few years. It’s still under development and will be expanded in the future.


Clients include:

Fantastic Man, The Gentlewoman, Het Veem Theater, Kessels Kramer, Snejanka Mihaylova, Mediafonds, Het Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Sander Breure & Witte van Hulzen, Melanie Bonajo, Alicia Framis, Museum de Paviljoens, BUTT magazine, Opinio, Lost & Found, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and others.

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Contact:

Willemsstraat 32-hs
1015 JD, Amsterdam
The Netherlands(map)

Telephone: +31 (0)6 1703 6989 Email: mail@celinewouters.com

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There are no internship positions available before july 2014.
Current intern position is held by Marit Bijkerk.


This website has been updated on October 15, 2014



Predictions flyer

09.2014
Predictions by Zhana Ivanova
Commissioned by Land Art Live
29.7 x 42 cm (folded to A5)

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Invitation for the performance Predictions by Zhana Ivanova taking place at Robert Morris’ Observatory (1977) in Lelystad.
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Familieportret

05.2014
Een Familieportret by Sander Breure & Witte van Hulzen
Commissioned by The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.
13.5 x 21.5 cm, 80 pages

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Een Familieportret (A Family Portrait) is a portrait of the average Dutch family. The script of the performance is based on sound recordings made at the family’s home. It contains fragments from the family’s daily life, arranged over the course of one day. Superficially, the text is about trivial everyday events, but the subtext touches on broader social developments which characterise the age in which we live. The book was shown at the Flemish-Dutch presentation of art(ists’) books during Art Rotterdam.
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Babette Mangolte

05.2014
A Point in the Making – Three days with Babette Mangolte 24 x 17 cm, 16 pages

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TGW

The Gentlewoman

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BUTT magazine

09.2007 - 07.20xx
BUTT magazine
16,5 x 23 cm, xx pages

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BUTT magazine at Top Publishers. The magazine has published photography and interviews with renowned gay artists, and became well-known with its very first issue, which showed German fashion designer Bernhard Willhelm in nude portraits taken by Wolfgang Tillmans.
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