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Hello and Welcome to:
The website of Johanna Ehde
A graphic designer based in Amsterdam
1/3 of Rietlanden Women’s Office
For design related inquiries please forward message to the following address or email:
Jacob van Lennepstraat 218
1053 JZ Amsterdam, NL
NL +31 (0) 616 70 64 70
SWE +46 (0) 764 28 85 12
MsHeresies Publication, Jun. 2018
Made with Elisabeth Rafstedt. The 1977 article Conditions for Work: the Common World of Women by Adrienne Rich is edited, typeset and accompanied by graphic material from various issues of Heresies and Ms. magazine. Heresies has been a common interest and source of inspiration since years back. This project is a graphic friendship/collaboration between the two magazines as well as the two designers. Will be stocked at San Serriffe and De Appel, Amsterdam.
Poster Design and Wayfinding for De Appel’s 2 Unlimited Exhibition, May 2018
Typeface by Anton Weflö, sourced from trees in Sarphatipark 27–29 March 2018.
Flat Earth Typeface for Amelia Groom and De Appel, May 2018
Type design and layout/display for Amelia Groom’s wonderful wall texts at the 2 Unlimited Exhibition.
De Appel 2017 Annual Report, Apr. 2018
The title typeface Ella Trebe was made available to the public in connection to the Bea Schlingelhoff exhibition “Women against Hitler”, an exhibition of typefaces dedicated to and named after Hanna Solf, Marianne Baum, Ella Trebe, Lisa Fittko and Anna Mettbach, at SCHLOSS, Oslo.
Exhibition Poster, Nov. 2017
The Burrow – an exhibition about the "obsession with feeling at home" by Minne Kersten and Jorik Amit Galama, to be shown at De Punt, Amsterdam in November.
De Appel Art Review Ad, Nov. 2017
Ad promoting Hiwa K at De Appel, in the style of the De Appel Mailings.
2nd Campaign for Worlding the Brain, Jul. 2017
Worlding the Brain is a symposium at the University of Amsterdam, looking at the significance of the so called ’neuroturn’ in science, culture and aesthetics. This year with the focus: Affect, Care and Engagement.
Posters, pins, banners and booklet made together with Anton Weflö.
Artwork Template Color System and Visual Identity for London Label Weapons, Jun. 2017
Simple color system for track releases, the tracks’s beat per minute dictates the background colour. The new identity includes a number of ’logos’ to be used in different contexts.
Album Artwork for GNUCCI's new album, May 2017
'You Good I'm Good Let's Be Great' Booklet with rhinestone cover and stereograms inside. Also: USB and CD sleeve design.
Upp och Ner Ner och Upp, Apr. 2017
On artists and economization. Screen printed poster series and publication made together with Anton Weflö. Shown at 'Borrby Konstrunda' in Sweden. Can be seen and/or bought at Konst–ig in Stockholm.
Product Overview and Visual Identity for Senseair, Apr. 2017
Offset printed A1 product overview for Senseair, a Swedish company that sells and develops sensors for measuring air pollution.
Berlin Feminist Film Week Poster, Mar. 2017
Offset printed posters for BFFW made together with Fallon Does.
Exhibition Poster for Tropic Matters, Feb. 2017
Screen printed posters for the Barbara Marcel show at V240, Amsterdam.
E–mail Design for De Appel, Feb. 2017
Templates for De Appel Mailings: Pink Newsletter, Purple Invitation, Grey Press Release and Yellow Text Distribution (Dummy content in these examples).
De Appel Seal/stamp, Jan. 2017
The stamps are used freely by De Appel staff in order to reuse stationary from the old identity. (Squiggle and text block stamp by Sam de Groot) Made during the current transition of De Appel's new 'identity'.
De Appel Program, Nov. 2016
Program design for the month of November. Made during the current transition of De Appel's new 'identity'.
Sorry! NO We Don't Do REQUESTS, Oct. 2016
Contribution to Sorry! NO We Don't Do REQUESTS, an exhibition of twenty years of Will Holder's work presented through selections made weekly by different guests (Sara de Bondt, Linda van Deursen, Johanna Ehde, Elisabeth Klement, Maxine Kopsa, Mason Leaver-Yap, Kaisa Lassinaro, Riet Wijnen and Felicia von Zweigbergk) at Kunstverein in Amsterdam, NL.
Bookmark for selection.
Important Souvnirs, Oct. 2016
Exhibition material for Amie Dicke's show "important souvnirs" at Gisele's house, Castrum Peregrini. Each postcard was made in response to the works of Amie Dicke and the image selection came from her archive "important souvnirs".
Postcards were stacked as signage for each work, A4 handout/floor plan.
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Lady Taxi, Jul. 2016
The project Lady Taxi involved a one week free of charge cab service for (mainly elderly) ladies. The underlying questions of the project revolved around women's labour (both underpaid and unpaid) and the proposed invisibility of the old woman in a society that values youth culture and salary work. Shown at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie graduation show.
Video installation, Taxi roof light, hand made car accessories, screen printed posters and publication.
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Worlding the Brain, Mar. 2016
Identity for ’Worlding the brain’ – a symposium looking at the significance of the so called ’neuroturn’ in science, culture and aesthetics. The identity included screen-printed posters to be puzzled together in different combinations, a risographed booklet cover, GIF animations and small pins.
Made together with Anton Weflö.
Studium Generale, Nov. 2015 - Mar. 2016
Campaign made together with Anton Westbom Weflö and Till Hormann. The title was "Bots, Bodies, Beasts - The art of being Humble. What does it mean for art making if the "human" is but one life form among many?" This theme suggested a blurring of the three categories. The blurring resulted in alternative meanings and ways of (not) reading. Fallon Does helped with the website which you can visit here.
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Toyota Corolla (Fan Drawings), Nov. 2015
Toyota Corolla is one of the world's most successful products. It is a very reliable and economic compact car. This is probably why corolla owners are so loyal to the model. Drawings in offset printed A6 folder.
Heresies, May 2015
Promoting Heresies by 'republishing' a selection of images on a poster. Heresies was a New York based feminist journal on art and politics, published between 1977 to 1993. All the issues are available for free here. Folded A1 poster with risographed flyer.