Nick Liefhebber is a Utrecht-based illustrator and designer. He specializes in identity, website and typography design, films, flyers, infographics, exhibitions and more.
Nick’s list of clients include Arts the Beatdoctor, Cima Financial Magazine, Coca-Cola Europe, Corona Extra Beer, DDDEU, Fontanel, Freshcotton, Gemeente Amsterdam, Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht (HKU), Imagine Fantastic Film Festival, KRO, KUVVA, Kuyichi, Laracon, Loyalis, Museum Catharijne Convent, Myler, O’Neill, Paradiso Amsterdam, Soul Clap, The Pepin Press, New Republic magazine, Sony, Sparpweed, Target, Wolf + Lamb Records, Zwart Licht.
Nick is an expert in screen-print and Risograph. He creates bold, fun and colourful illustrations.
Risograph is a high-speed digital printing system manufactured by the Riso Kagaku Corporation and was designed mainly for high-volume photocopying and printing. It was released in Japan in August 1986. It is sometimes called a digital duplicator or printer-duplicator, as newer models can be used as a network printer as well as a stand-alone duplicator. When printing or copying many duplicates (generally more than 20) of the same content, it is typically far less expensive per page than a conventional photocopier, laser printer, or inkjet printer.
Here’s a series of three risograph prints in four colours, Die Schweiz . Inspired by the Alps, mountains and small plants. All illustrations are paper cut and printed on 120 grs. Fabriano acid free paper.
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