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owl.herwolt.2014↑ Free standing découpage owl by Herwolt for the National Week of the Philosophy Book. Pantheon bookshop, Amsterdam, April 2014.

WFH.Monogram.Herwolt.2014↑ Monogram in découpage designed by Herwolt van Doornen for special issue of magazine De God van Nederland, Volume 3, Nr.10, criticizing the extended monography on Dutch author Willem Frederik Hermans by Prof. Dr. Willem Otterspreer, Spring 2014.Herwolt.Nwjr2013-14

↑ Best Wishes for the New Year! Découpage by Herwolt, January 2014
BergenaZee.2013.Herwolt↑ Reading female in découpage. Herwolt van Doornen 2013, Bergen aan Zee, The Netherlands. Private collection.

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↑ Apple découpage by Herwolt on display at the Stadsboekwinkel at the Bazel building, Amsterdam 2013
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↑ “Tekenen voor Amsterdam”: Map/Birdseye view from 2009 for Pantheon  bookshop Amsterdam by Herwolt van Doornen. Acquired by Stadsarchief Amsterdam in 2012. Here on screen at the hall in De Bazel Building, Vijzelstraat 32, June thru August 2013

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↑ April as The Official Month of the Philosophy Book made Herwolt to produce découpage owls to draw customers’ attention at Pantheon Bookshop, Amsterdam, Spring 2013

Pantheondeur.typo+vignet.Herwolt2013↑ Typography and découpage “Opening Hours” for Pantheon bookshop, Amsterdam. Pasen.Pantheon.Herwolt.2013 ← Easter bunny promoting chocolate eggs. Marker drawing by Herwolt  for Pantheon bookshop, Amsterdam. March 2013     AthenaeumNiwsCtr.15.1.2013.Herwolt foto AthenaeumNwsctr,Herwolt.2013 ↑ January 15 2013: Découpages by Herwolt van Doornen as applicated on the shopwindow of Athenaeum Nieuwscentrum, Amsterdam. Yolanda Huntelaar and Piet Schreuders (on photo) took care of the interior display. Lezend.in.Asd.Herwolt.2011 ↑ Sold December 2012: “Reading in Amsterdam”, découpage by Herwolt van Doornen, as on display in De Stadsboekwinkel Amsterdam, now in private collection. Lubberhuizen.Singel.Herwolt.2012 ↑ Window découpage on windows of Bas Lubberhuizen Publishers on Singel canal, Amsterdam by Herwolt van Doornen. To celebrate the first edition of the book Natuurlijk Amsterdam (“Amsterdam, Naturally”) by Remco Daalder. Spring 2012.   HerwoltvoorLiesbeth14.11.2012JPG
↑ Découpage as a gift to a friend. November 2012, Herwolt van Doornen ↑ The mythological multi-headed snake “Hydra”. Drawing by Herwolt van Doornen on bookcover designed by Marjo Starink, Nieuwezijds Publishers, Amsterdam. Due spring 2013

↑ Impression of the “Algemeene en Roomsch Katholieke begraafplaats” in Bergen, Noord-Holland, The Netherlands, for the manifestation “Kunst voor-bij de dood”. Drawing by Herwolt van Doornen, Amsterdam October 2012

↑ Seagulls over a Dune. Découpage in private collection, Bergen aan Zee, The Netherlands. Herwolt 2012 ↑ Bathing figure. Découpage in private collection, Bergen aan Zee, The Netherlands. Herwolt 2011

↑ Découpage by Herwolt van Doornen, 2012, Private Collection, The Netherlands

↑ Detail of shop window of Athenaeum Bookshop, Amsterdam decorated by Herwolt van Doornen to celebrate the book “Natuurlijk Amsterdam” (Amsterdam, Naturally) published by Bas Lubberhuizen, Spring 2012.

↑ One of Herwolt’s “balloon cartoons” in Furore magazine #21 (summer 2012) on the film “Le ballon rouge” (the Red Balloon, France, 1956)

↑ At Fréderique’s Aveda hair salon, Kerkstraat 144 (corner Spiegelstraat) Amsterdam, Découpages, a small exhibition of recent graphic cut-outs by Herwolt van Doornen was on show during the month of March, 2012.

↑ Beste wensen! (Best Wishes for 2012!) from Herwolt van Doornen

↑ Summer vacation decorations for Pantheon bookshop, Sint Antoniesbreestraat 132, Amsterdam. Herwolt van Doornen, 2011

↑ Tulip decoration for Pantheon bookshop, Sint Antoniesbreestraat 132, Amsterdam by Herwolt van Doornen.

↑ Design for Pantheon bookshop, Amsterdam June 2011 on the occasion of ” De maand van het spannende boek” (the annual Dutch Month of Thriller Books).

↑ Human figure. Graphic art by Herwolt van Doornen, 2011. Collection of the National Ballet Academy of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, Holland

↑ A Bright 2011! Graphic X-mas card by Herwolt van Doornen, December 2010

↑ Graphic figures by Herwolt van Doornen on the windows of the Stadsboekwinkel Amsterdam, Vijzelstraat 32, near Munt Square. 2009 onward.

↑ Ladder by Herwolt, 1994. Collection Salon Figaro Pasquale Capone, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

↑ Angel painting by Herwolt, 2010. Collection Maarten Brinkman, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

↑Graphic art by Herwolt on bookcover on the book “Leven met een borderliner” (Living with a Borderliner) Uitgeverij Nieuwezijds, Amsterdam, November 2010.

↑ “Reading in Amsterdam” Women and man 2011. Framed découpages by Herwolt van Doornen. Originals in private collections.

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↑ Christmas 2012 & New Year  2013. Double card découpage print by Herwolt.

Here in use as a wallet for other cards.<a Découpage or paper cut-out by Herwolt van Doornen as featured in the Dutch magazine De God van Nederland #4, Summer 2012, page 55. ↑ Window design made for the Dutch National Week of Books, on the theme “Friendship”. Herwolt’s graphics for Pantheon Bookshop, Amsterdam, Spring 2012 ↑ One of the public’s favourites: the “Herwolt” squirrel on page 68 of “Natuurlijk Amsterdam” (Amsterdam, Naturally ) by Bas Lubberhuizen Publishers, Amsterdam 2012 (drawing from which a mirror view is shown in the book) ↑ Drawing by Herwolt van Doornen in The New Yorker, March 26th 2001, p. 97. Submitted by courtesy of The New Yorker Magazine, USA.

↑ Graphics by Herwolt for Stadsboekwinkel Amsterdam (white) and Pantheon Bookshop (black). Amsterdam, summer 2011.

↑ By being elected to win the first Marten Toonder Award, Dutch comic strip artist Jan Kruis (1933) next to being granted € 25,000.- was also honoured with a festive book by 75 of his colleague artists. Cover drawing by Herwolt van Doornen, 2010

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Herwolt van Doornen drawing on cover of a limited edition book designed by Joost Swarte on the occasion of 40 years of Stripantiquariaat Lambiek on November 8th 2008

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↑ Autobus. Drawing for Vrij Nederland, April 22, 2006, p. 20. Accompanying an article by Mr. Ko Colijn on foreign diplomacy towards the Middle East.

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↑ “Three Gentlemen” by Herwolt van Doornen, Amsterdam 2000. Art Collection Koopal family, Amsterdam

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Sequence in Vrij Nederland, December 3, 2005 by Herwolt van Doornen

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↑ One the occasion of his 50th birthday on January 28th, a small exhibition was held at the Lambiek Gallery in Amsterdam

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↑ The New Yorker, May 3, 1993, p. 103 – “Funky Town” by James Wolcott, Submitted by courtesy of The NewYorker Magazine, USA. Drawing by Herwolt van Doornen
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↑ The New Yorker, May 10, 1993, p. 81: Automobile. Drawing by Herwolt van Doornen. Submitted by courtesy of The NewYorker Magazine, USA
↑ The New Yorker, May 17, 1993, p.62 – Cowboy on horseback. Drawing by Herwolt van Doornen. Submitted by courtesy of The NewYorker Magazine, USA
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↑ Zebra study by Herwolt van Doornen 1990. Original in Carolus Zebra Collection, Amsterdam ↑ For the human touch to this design for PTT Post, Royal Dutch Mail, on Nobelprize winning Dutch physician J.H. van ‘t Hoff, Mónica Carvalho’s design studio Artgrafica invited Herwolt van Doornen to draw these sybolic arrows. First issue: September 3, 1991; 11.000.000 pcs.

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In 1982 Herwolt van Doornen came up with a panel from the Willy Vandersteen Suske en Wiske book “Prinses Zagemeel” to be used as the new streetsign of the Lambiek Comic Shop and Gallery on Kerkstraat 72, Amsterdam.

It grew into the logo of the Lambiek emporium. ↑ Impression of the “Algemeene en Roomsch Katholieke begraafplaats” in Bergen, Noord-Holland for the manifestation “Kunst voor-bij de dood”. Drawing by Herwolt van Doornen, Amsterdam October 2012 ↑ Impression of the “Algemeene en Rooms Katholieke begraafplaats” in Bergen, Noord-Holland for the manifestation “Kunst voor-bij de dood”. Drawing by Herwolt van Doornen, Amsterdam October 2012

↑ Decorated bookshop windows of respectively Bas Lubberhuizen, Athenaeum bookshop and Travelguide booksellers Pied à Terre to celebrate the publishing of the new book by Remco Daalder focusing on animal and plant life in Amsterdam, “Natuurlijk Amsterdam” (Amsterdam Naturally) Window découpages by Herwolt van Doornen. Bookshop Pied à Terre managed to keep its window treatment permanent on show for more than eight months (2012).

Classificeerdertje ad, featuring Stadsboekwinkel Amsterdam bookshop in Furore magazine #21, page 34. Summer 2012. Découpage by Herwolt van Doornen 2011

↑ Athmospherical comic strip by Herwolt van Doornen, Amsterdam 1979 Title and typography Piet Schreuders. ↑ Promotional miniposter for “Moleskine (Notebooks) at Pantheon” by Herwolt van Doornen, 2010. Cats in Paris by Herwolt van Doornen. Drawing in festive 25th issue of the Poezenkrant, 1979. Colouring by Piet Schreuders

↑ Drawing in Vrij Nederland magazine no.41, 2005 by Herwolt van Doornen

↑ The Amsterdam Hortus Botanicus. Drawing made by Herwolt van Doornen in the book De Pantheon route by Ko van Geemert, published on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Amsterdam Pantheon bookshop, 2009.

↑ Detail from walking route along the Amsterdam Hortus and Artis Zoo drawn by Herwolt van Doornen. Part of the map of the Pantheon Route, a literary walking course through Amsterdam, 2009

↑ A literary route on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Amsterdam Pantheon bookshop.  Text by Ko van Geemert, Photos by Dolf Pereboom, Drwaings and Art by Herwolt van Doornen. This bird view map was designed and drawn in 2009. Officially acquired by the  Stadsarchief Amsterdam (Municipal Archives Amsterdam) in 2012.

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Artis-Westerman↑ The Westerman monument in Artis Zoo, Amsterdam. Drawings by Herwolt van Doornen 1990, 2008. Collection of respectively Mr. Haig Balian, General Director of Zoo Artis Natura Magistra, Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Artis Professor Erik de Jong. Drawings presented as gifts to the above on the occasion of the renovation of the Westerman monument, June 2009

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Where I grew up. Impression of “Sloterhof ” apartments, Amsterdam. Architecture by J.F. Berghoef, Drawing by Herwolt van Doornen, 1992; Collection J.J.Ph.van Doornen, Bussum

parool-5↑ Marie Heinekenplein, Amsterdam squares for Het Parool newspaper,

Herwolt van Doornen, 2002 leidseplein-parool↑ Leidseplein, the first of the series of Amsterdam squares for Het Parool newspaper, Herwolt van Doornen, 2002

parool-7↑ Nieuwmarkt, Amsterdam squares in Het Parool newspaper, 2002

naamloos-29↑ Herwolt van Doornen on limited edition poster for the Pinto Library Action Comittee, 2008-2012. Actiegroep Pintobieb moet blijven: pintobieb@yahoo.com

↑ Herwolt design on poster by the Pinto Library Action Comittee, May 2012.

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↑ Logo drawing and typography by Herwolt van Doornen in use by the Stadsboekwinkel Amsterdam at the De Bazel Building, Vijzelstraat 32, Amsterdam 2007

naamloos-43↑ Wayfinding design for the Videotex company by Herwolt van Doornen, realized for Bureau Mijksenaar, Amsterdam 1991

3124233587_1921ef7264_b↑ Drawing in pencil by Herwolt van Doornen as published on cover of Piet Schreuders’ magazine Furore #11, Fall 1978

↑ Drawing by Herwolt van Doornen as published in Furore #21, page 30. Summer 2012

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↑ At first a drawing in the book “The Pantheon Route” (2009) this particular Herwolt  van Doornen impression of the Pantheon street sign years later became the logo of the shop. Note the differences.

↑ Logo designed by Herwolt van Doornen for publishing company Uitgeverij Nieuwezijds, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2000.  ↑ Sketch by Herwolt van Doornen 2012. Overview of Le petit carrefour, Belleville,  Paris. Backdrop of the movie Le ballon rouge (France 1956, Albert Lamorisse). Made to grasp some topographic topics in Furore magazine #21.

↑   At  Fréderique’s Aveda hair salon, Kerkstraat 144 (corner Spiegelstraat) Amsterdam, Découpages, a small exhibition of recent graphic cut-outs by Herwolt van Doornen was on show during the month of March, 2012.

↑ Image and lettering for the jubilee of ballet school “Balance”, Haarlem, the Netherlands. Herwolt van Doornen 2011 ↑ Logo and website design for journalist Kirsten Dorrestijn. Typography and styling by Herwolt van Doornen, technical realization by Jorrit Schaap 2011

↑ Engraved pumpkin by Herwolt van Doornen presented as a seasonal birthday gift for Mieke van Wijk, September 5, 2011

↑ Brush painting of two youths by Herwolt van Doornen made for the book cover of “Gedrag in uitvoering” (Behaviour under Construction), Nieuwezijds Publishers, Amsterdam 2011  

↑ Window decorations for Pantheon Bookshop on the occasion of the annual Dutch Month of Philosophy by Herwolt van Doornen, April 2011, respectively 2010.

↑ Liber Amicorum for Annemarie Behrens. A goodbye gift by friends, colleagues, guests, clients and neighbours from Pantheon Bookshop, Sint Antoniesbreestraat 132-134, Amsterdam. Cover design in paper & ink by Herwolt, 2009 ↑ Heraldic logo for Amsterdam based antiquarian booksellers Het Boek is Beter (The Book is Better). Drawing and design by Herwolt van Doornen, 2010. ↑ On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Amsterdam Hervormd Lyceum West, 1977 gymnasium graduate Herwolt van Doornen was commissioned to design a large festive poster (1981)   ↑ Herwolt van Doornen painting and typography on bookcover for Italian novelist Michele Ondei’s The Kidnapping. Thoth Publishers, Amsterdam 1987 ↑ Book cover by Herwolt van Doornen. Study on hypnotism and fringe science in 18th century France. Designed on location of Hard Werken Studios, Rotterdam 1988 ↑ Design by Herwolt van Doornen in the form of the Chinese character for “Books” for Amsterdam Bookshop Allert de Lange (1880-1998) on the occasion of a Chinese manifestation at the Royal Institute for the Tropics, Amsterdam 1986 ↑ Logo designed by Herwolt van Doornen and used by the first publishing company of Guus (August) Kemme, Amsterdam 1986 ↑ Logo used by Guus Kemme ‘s publishing company called The Goose Press by Herwolt van Doornen, Amsterdam 1992 ↑ Bookcover design by Herwolt van Doornen. The Bookshop Guide to 285 (per capita a world record!) Amsterdam bookshops and antiquarian booksellers. Published by Heske Kannegieter and Guus Kemme. De Kan Goose Press, Amsterdam 1992 ↑ Ex Libris design in use by the private library of Mr. Anthony Blom of the British School of Brussels, Belgium. Flemish theme of Uylenspieghel: Owl & Mirror. Herwolt 1981 ↑ Wind rose by Herwolt van Doornen on his map of the Pantheon Route, the Literary Walk through Amsterdam by Ko van Geemert on behalf of the 25th Anniversary of Pantheon Bookshop, 2009 ↑ Made in 1981 as a rubber stamp the size of a dime, this logo for international monumental artist Lam de Wolf (1949) was designed by Herwolt van Doornen and is still in use today. ↑ Cover of Furore magazine #18. Design by Herwolt van Doornen, Technical realizationby Piet Schreuders. Encyclopedic special on Amsterdam film locations, August 1992 ↑ For the 21st issue of Piet Schreuders’ Furore magazine , 2012. Herwolt van Doornen made some theme drawings among which is this Parisian alley cat from the Ménilmontant/Belleville neighbourhood, backdrop for the film “Le ballon rouge” by Albert Lamorisse, 1956. Magazine lay-out by Piet Schreuders ↑ Custom made cat bookmarks by Herwolt van Doornen. Created on occasion of the Dutch Week of Books 2009 Animal Theme.  On Guard – Housegate in India, October 2009, photographed in Colaba, Bombay, India by Herwolt van Doornen. Published in Poezenkrant #54, Spring 2010 naamloos-351 ↑ De Poezenkrant #53 – Index – edition early 2009 pokra_parool ↑ Het Parool newspaper with drawing by Herwolt on December 12th, 2008 untitled-1 ↑ “Drawn with the Mouse” , Herwolt in Poezenkrant #44, 1994 3089754761_6b2322a5d2_o ↑ Poezenkrant #41, 1990. “Lost Cats Special” Cover drawing by Herwolt van Doornen naamloos-6

↑ De Poezenkrant #44, 1994

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↑ “The Cat-A-Day Tales”. Calendar Diary Storybook plus cd with 12 songs. Published by Rubinstein Publishers Amsterdam,
text by Aletta Schreuders, design by Piet Schreuders,
365 drawings by Herwolt van Doornen, Amsterdam 2005

 

 

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↑ De Poezenkrant #41, 1990 Art by Herwolt; Collection G. Luijters, Schagerbrug

 ↑ Design by Gijs Sierman for the book “Natuurlijk Amsterdam” (“Amsterdam, Naturally”). Texts by Remco Daalder, drawings by Herwolt van Doornen, 2012

↑ “Birds on the Outlook” by Herwolt van Doornen, used for the announcement of the book “Natuurlijk Amsterdam” (“Amsterdam, Naturally”) by Remco Daalder. A selection of walking tours focusing on animal and plant life in Amsterdam. Bas Lubberhuizen Publishers, Spring 2012

↑  A selection of drawings by Herwolt, all but one as published in the book “Natuurlijk Amsterdam” (“Amsterdam, Naturally”) by Remco Daalder. Bas Lubberhuizen Publishers, Spring 2012

↑ Cut flowers by Herwolt van Doornen in de Stadsboekwinkel Amsterdam,2011

↑ Goat cut out of goat cheese by Herwolt van Doornen 2011 Bird in interior. Linedrawing by Herwolt van Doornen. Part of the Recent Bird Studies exhibition in Gallery Dit Eiland, Hollum, Ameland, 2002 ↑ Wintery bird of prey by Herwolt. Part of Exhibition of Recent Birdstudies by Herwolt van Doornen at Gallery Dit Eiland, Ameland, 2002. Original in Art Collection G. Luijters, Schagerbrug, The Netherlands

↑ A few examples from the series of 14 animals used as wayfinding signs in CenterParcs located in Les Trois Forêts, Lorraine and Lac d’Ailette, Picardie, France. Drawings and designs by Herwolt van Doornen used by Mijksenaar waysigning design office, 2007-2010   Dog Reading Newspaper, large format print by Herwolt van Doornen. Landau Collection of Modern Art, Sandton, Union of South Africa 2009

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