Hello, I’m Nina Serebrenick.
I’m a graphic designer from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I passed by art schools in London and Amsterdam until I found love in Antwerp.
Here, I studied at the
Plantin Instituut voor Typografie
and became a total type nerd: you’ll find me at conferences where other geeks like me will talk for days in a row about letters.
My passion goes beyond the 2-dimensional: I get a kick from feeling paper and testing different formats. My clients call me “paper hugger” -
but I promise I’m friendly with people too.
Studio Boekenberg is my own little laboratory.
I’m fascinated by mixing different writing systems and playing with the way a reader navigates through the pages of a publication.
I design books, catalogues, folders -big and small - for publishers, magazines, cultural institutions and self-publishing authors.
Sustainability is a key issue which weighs on my decisions on how to design and what materials to use. I also make prints on a Riso machine with rice bran ink on recycled paper (
more about it here
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