In this publication, I summarise my Asian family history. I write letters to my great-grandparents, telling them what they mean to me. Based on the stories I heard, I ask questions to my family by connecting these queries to objects and photos from the archive.
Noa Wassink is a graphic designer with a love for editorial design and printed matter. With a visually captivating approach, she incorporates the viewer into her story while staying true to its narrative. She finds inspiration in Asian culture, blending these aesthetics with modern design. She aims to inspire and invite viewers to explore diverse perspectives.
I want to explore more in the field of printed matter by collaborating with others. By expanding my network, I hope to learn new perspectives. Ultimately, I aim to start my own design business based on my unique vision.
Learned during the studies
During my studies in Graphic Design, I discovered a new way of thinking that allowed me to find inspiration in my surroundings and, in turn, connect more deeply with myself.
List of publications / exhibitions / prices / concerts / shows etc.
(2023) Smaller Pieces, Smaller Pieces!
(2022) Working Title (Working Title)
(2022) Found Footage & Familiar Features
(2021) Tijdschrift BLIK 14.2
(2021) Tijdschrift BLIK 14.1
(2020) ABRI Magazine, Academiegalerie Utrecht
(2021) RE-FRAME, online exhibition
(2020) Lost & Found, Google Maps group exhibition located at Hembrugterrein
(2019) Multiplicity, LE:EN
(2022) Second prize Koninklijke Jaarbeurs Posterwedstrijd 2022
(2021) Second prize Koninklijke Jaarbeurs Posterwedstrijd 2021