This website contains a selection of work created by Studio Bas Koopmans since 2004*. Although parts of the site claim to show ‘everything’, this is clearly ment as all the content on the site, rather then everything once made by the studio. Obviously.
With no deliberate field of focus, Studio Bas Koopmans finds itself creating a steady stream of identity-driven work that lives on the intersection of contemporary culture and commerce. Within this process the goal is to create creative directions that go hand in hand with graphic design and art direction.
If you would like to chat about hobbies, nerdy tendencies, why I’m partner at Unfair or just pop in for coffee with stroopwafels, please get in touch.
Studio Bas Koopmans
De Wittenstraat 27
1052 AK Amsterdam
Jurre Latour (intern)
The studio used to work under the moniker ‘Baster’, based on the trend for bastardising one’s name. The name had nothing to do with the Turkey Baster or the Namibian ethnic group that descended from European settlers and indigenous African women.
Past collaborations and current clients include Anomaly, Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Converse, Frame publishers, Heineken, Heist Recordings, Into the Great Wide Open, Kulte, Melkweg, Mojo/Life Nation, MTV, Museumnacht Amsterdam, Oude Kerk, Park Books, Platform BK, Red Bull Music Academy, Sandberg Instituut, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, TivoliVredenburg, Topnotch/Universal, Van Gogh Museum, West, Wieden+Kennedy
Website developed with love and care by Little Fragments.
Writing guidance by Will Georgi.
Additional photography by Roel Determijer, Elmer Driessen and Dustin Thierry.
Photo Peppi at the studio by Sonia Mangiapane.