Open Source

The event ‘Open Source’ is an initiative by the ‘Setup’, an Utrecht based institute with a main focus on the fusion of technology and culture. Setup organizes a wide array of events such as debates, workshops and exhibitions and one of these is the previously named Open Source, which was held last year from May to July. The concept of this event is to ‘open source’ everything by providing links to download everything involving the party. With everything I mean everything, from the audio played at the party, blueprints from the used furniture, software to the ingredients of the beverages that were served. all with the intention that others have the ability to use, reuse or alter every element of the event. A soft of protest to the narrow minded idea of expensive and copyrighted software, designs, music and so on. My contribution involved creating a number of graphics to be used, among other, for the mix-​album made –displayed below– for the happening and a ‘curtain’ for a fair in town to promote the event. The idea was to make an organised chaos by taking and mixing textures, but maintaining them in a frame. The results, shown below, can also be downloaded and altered by going to party​.setup​.nl/

Open Source CD cover

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Booklet one

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Booklet two

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Booklet three

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Booklet Four

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source CD cover back

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source CD Wrap

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source CD Wrap

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source CD Case

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Open Source CD Booklet

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Open Source CD Booklet

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source CD

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Record Wrap

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Record Wrap

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Record Cover

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Record Booklet

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Record Booklet

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Record

For Setup, 2013 

Open Source Record Back

For Setup, 2013