Everyday Gallery’s Vrints-Kolsteren designed identity clashes together the old and the new
Everyday Gallery is a space for visual and applied art in Antwerp, Belgium, focusing on the themes of free-thinking and action.
Founder and curator Boris Devis brought in local studio Vrints-Kolsteren to design the identity for the gallery and will continue to work with them on exhibitions. The use of both traditional serif typography and futuristic letterforms is an expression of Boris’s desire to clash the established values of the art world together with an attempt at being the most contemporary gallery in the world.
The first exhibition at the space was titled ‘In Real Life’ and explored the idea that the present is a design reference for the future.