Kummer & Herrman

Kummer & Herrman (K&H) is a design agency that was founded in 1998 by Jeroen Kummer and Arthur Herrman. While their roots stem from the renowned Dutch tradition of graphic design for print, K&H has since grown into a multidisciplinary creative office that develops publications, exhibitions, visual identities and campaigns over a wide range of media.

 Their approach is determined by a strong, substantial and editorial involvement, as they are convinced by the notion that design is not only about the surface but should reveal and enhance the story being told.
K&H believes that design can play a crucial role in highlighting, creating attention and achieving a deeper understanding of complex contemporary issues. This belief is reflected in their longstanding collaborations with individuals and organizations operating within the domains of the arts, photography, documentary, journalism and education.
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“We believe that a successful design is a good conversation, where the content is translated into image, typography, color etc. To carry out this dialogue we pay great attention to detail and transparency, and we use a powerful, contemporary idiom.

This design vision ensures that our field of work is not limited to a specific discipline. Our clients come from fields as diverse as business, the arts, government or semi-government. Their agreement is the willingness to openly work with us to convey a message and to initiate new ones.”



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