Neon Moiré Show Live #1

PodcastBy Thomas Dahm,

Episode 23 of the Neon Moiré Show is the recording of our first live show that we hosted during the Dutch Design Week at MU Artspace in Eindhoven. Thomas Dahm, talks with graphic designers Hansje van Halem, Stephanie Specht, Loes van Esch, Simone Trum and curator of moments Kali Nikitas about graphic design and which role it plays in their lives.

Thank you to everyone who attended the inaugural Neon Moiré Show Live. It was an insidefull evening where the guest shared what graphic design means for them, the influence of social media and Instagram in particular on their practice. Educating a new generation of graphic designers and what they have learned from speaking at design conferences.

Episode 23 - Recording of Neon Moiré Show Live

Neon Moiré Show Live Neon 5


Passion fruit (Stephanie Specht)


Difficult Women by Roxane Gay (Kali Nikitas)


Mandy (Hansje van Halem)


My dad. (Loes van Esch)


Anderson Paak (Simone Trum)

NMS#1 DDW18 Neon Moire
Stephanie Specht, Hansje van Halem, Simone Trum Photo: Boudewijn Bollmann
NMS#1 DDW18 Neon Moire
Simone Trum, Loes van Esch, Kali Nikitas Photo: Boudewijn Bollmann
NMS#1 DDW18 Neon Moire
Photo: Boudewijn Bollmann
NMS#1 DDW18 group
Simone Trum, Thomas Dahm, Stephanie Specht, Kali Nikitas, Hansje van Halem, Loes van Esch Photo: Boudewijn Bollmann

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