n 2016, the public had an incredible and rare opportunity to admire 96 stone carved sculptures on high altitude flying buttresses – all of which are barely visible from the ground. From a view this close, the beauty of these statuettes is breath-taking, and their similarity to Bosch’s work is striking. Studio Stephan Lerou had the honour and privilege to work on this special project commissioned by The National Monuments Foundation at Saint John’s Cathedral. The Studio was responsible for the name and the visual identity concept of the project. All design work in cooperation with Nearest Neighbour. Among other things posters, catalogue, scaffolding banners, leaflets and postcards. With over 125,000 visitors the project was a huge success. It received attention in both national and international media.
Studio Profile Studio Stephan Lerou is an independent graphic design studio working in the commercial and cultural field. Creating communication concepts, art direction and visual identities for a broad range of clients and initiatives. The studio’s work is based on a conceptual design approach and strongly oriented on print media, typography and human interaction. Clean, minimalistic design with a balance of playful and serious. Remove noise to add value! The studio’s work is included in international publications and exhibitions. Currently the studio is working on the design of de visual identity of Ellie Cashman Design. In cooperation with Nearest Neighbour and Have A Nice Day Online. www.stephanlerou.nl Photography:Thomas van Oorschot
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