Maurits Rozema . nl

Clothing design

Photography

Graphic design

  • Working at Applied Wayfinding, London
    since 15 . 12 . 2015 (  )

Email , Arena , Instagram , Linkedin

1 / 4'Bu Gao Li' padding lined jacket (design & construction)

2 / 4'Bu Gao Li' padding lined jacket (design & construction)

3 / 4'Bu Gao Li' padding lined jacket (design & construction)

4 / 4'Bu Gao Li' padding lined jacket (design & construction)

1 / 2'San Toy Laundry' laundry tag (oxford shirt design & construction)

2 / 2'San Toy Laundry' laundry tag (oxford shirt design & construction)

1 / 3Portrait of Emily King for MacGuffin Magazine No.7

2 / 3Portrait of Emily King for MacGuffin Magazine No.7

2 / 3Portrait of Emily King for MacGuffin Magazine No.7

1 / 2The Gate Darkroom 'No Maps For What We Know' exhibition (poster design)

2 / 23D map illustrations for City of Edmonton (CA) mapping used in signage and printed maps

Updated: 28 . 3 . 2020
Note: As the world and I are trying to confine ourselves as much as we can, to and in our homes, I have also found that this creates a large amount of time in the week that has to be filled with 'something'. Normally I like going outside, on any day really, but mostly during the weekend. Going outside, either to the city or countryside, makes my mind tick. It gives me inspiration. It helps me think, because (particularly in the bustling city) there are things happening around me, movements and appearances to pay attention to but simultaneously not needing any of it, as this is just how the city works, it bustles. Within all this 'happening' I find my mind can settle. I don't have to wonder what I should do, I just do, move myself through the chaos. It frees up my mind to think about other things, stimulated by all this spontaneousness that is found in this chaos.

Anyway... This I now can't do, as the inside of my house does not resemble anything of the city centre. Although there are plentiful of ideas at the ready for me to entertain myself, to keep myself busy, it sometimes does not come easy to me to actually get started. Because not much is happening inside my home or out on the streets, it can feel hard to get my engine running. But I have found something that can perhaps add fuel to my fire; working on my website. Finally I have time to spare that can be used toward something that I don't usually dedicate sufficient time to. Although I'd really like to spend more time outside and less time in front of my screens, I really should try to make the most of it.




Previous 26 . 11 . 2019 update
It has been a long time since this web address has gotten a design or content update, but it had to be done at some point. Although it could have been done more thoroughly, it was mostly important to get out with the old and prepare for getting the new in. That being said, this should therefore be something temporary. But a website that proclaims to be 'coming soon' has never appealed to me either, as by saying something is coming, you are somehow saying nothing at all. Thus this update tries to give at least a bit of information that was not covered by the previous instalment of this website. Simultaneously, the current version should be considered unfinished as is the nature of the thing (a website). It is either in a perpetual state of being unfinished, or if considered finished it gets outdated by the world it tries to incapsulate and therefor is incomplete.