Who are we? How should we perform? What do we offer? Principal questions, dealt with in the booklet 'CED, that's us!' A co-production of Opus, Brigitte Boits and Helene de Bruin.
This summer 19 high school students participated in the project 'District Delfshaven Discrimination Free'. Opus was asked by RADAR and Delfshaven to design the anouncement for the final performance.
Seaway Heavy Lifting (SHL) requested us to do another series of posters for their ship, regarding the environment. They are meant to emphasise the need for an envronmental friendly attitude among their employees.
A research on employment dynamics at Universities of Universities of Professional Education in Holland. Opus designed this brochure called Een nieuw licht op de zaak.
In cooperation with ‘Stichting Mara’ Opus Design developed this unique publication: Per Saldo postief, 15 years Ron Wichmanhuis. At the closing of the Ron Wichmanhouse, shelter for HIV/aids patients in Rotterdam, this book was presented in memory of the wonderful work and effort done by so many volunteers over the years. Limited copies available!
A retail chain, with shops in Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Den Haag, Utrecht, Amersfoort and Eindhoven, for sportswear and shoes. Opus design developed a brand new corporate identity based on 'tracks' together with retailarchitect Rob Hoogendijk from DASTRO.
What about a positive sound among all the negative news concerning the recession: a postercampaign by Drukkerij Veenman. "Design a poster with a different message about the recession and economic crisis and you will get 300 copies printed for free." OPUS participated and decided to take it from a different perspective.
How do you explain the money that is spent on ‘safety’ or ‘social development’ in a neighborhood. Deelgemeente Delfshaven asked OPUS to communicate the yearly estimate to its inhabitants (30.000 addresses). To make the information as transparant as possible we litteraly presented a pie to show which slice goes to different fields of interest.