Simone Robert

Canadian/American designer based in Amsterdam. I studied at the Bauhaus University2016 in Weimar, Germany and recently graduated with a Bachelor of Design Honours from York University and Sheridan College2013-2017 in Toronto, Canada. I previously completed internships in Toronto, Brooklyn, and Oslo, at Kastor & Pollux2016, Work & Co2017, and Bakken & Bæck2017, respectively. I’m now designing, coordinating conferences, and feeding swans in/around Bakken & Bæck’s office in Amsterdam.

Elsewhere

Recent interests

Screen printing, intimacy and tactility in digital communications, museums, Japanese disco music, and diverse voices in tech

Feelings

2017

Some wingdings I screenprinted.

For time is the longest distance between two places

2017

Musing on Luce Irigaray's writing and perceived cultural anxieties about intimacy in our digital communications.

For time is the longest distance between two places

2017

Musing on Luce Irigaray's writing and perceived cultural anxieties about intimacy in our digital communications.

For time is the longest distance between two places

2017

Musing on Luce Irigaray's writing and perceived cultural anxieties about intimacy in our digital communications.

Ouija

2016

Experimental wax typeface, hand-painted ouija board, and pseudo-Craigslist ad.

People of the State of California v. Brock Allen Turner

2017

Compiling the case documents from the highly-publicized Stanford University sexual assault case in 2016. The contents are hidden inside the French folds of the book, causing the book to appear entirely black at first glance.

People of the State of California v. Brock Allen Turner

2017

Compiling the case documents from the highly-publicized Stanford University sexual assault case in 2016. The contents are hidden inside the French folds of the book, causing the book to appear entirely black at first glance.

People of the State of California v. Brock Allen Turner

2017

Compiling the case documents from the highly-publicized Stanford University sexual assault case in 2016. The contents are hidden inside the French folds of the book, causing the book to appear entirely black at first glance.

kastorandpollux.com

With Dani Roche and Alan Li, 2016

A blog-slash-portfolio while at Kastor & Pollux.

aninterestingday.com

With Ole Martin Kristiansen and Anita Silva, 2018

A website for the 2018 edition Bakken & Bæck's annual weird one-day conference.

aninterestingday.com

With Ole Martin Kristiansen and Anita Silva, 2018

A website for the 2018 edition Bakken & Bæck's annual weird one-day conference.

aninterestingday.com

With Ole Martin Kristiansen and Anita Silva, 2018

A website for the 2018 edition Bakken & Bæck's annual weird one-day conference.