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How Dutch became an Icon
Posted by Jolien Segers
His Designer work life started with corporate identities, package designs, logos and such. Ambition to thrive and prosper resulted in the foundation of his first company. He vowed never to throw away any of his work, both good and bad. Also, he would save work by others that he admired, and put all his thoughts and aspirations in ink. He acquired design books from every corner of the world.
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His high-school sweetheart was to become his life-long partner. And his goal in life was to build her the house of her dreams. Blessed with two love children, a visual beauty filled life became his world. It seemed as if he was destined to reconstruct the similar beauty with colors and design.
One day, sketching away, Dutch found himself facing a challenge. How many strokes does it take to get to the center of visual language, he asked himself. Like symbols, it should be instantly recognizable and intuitive. Toddler Mila, playing nearby seemed like the perfect judge for this matter.
The obsession grew from there; an obsession with simplicity and perfection with vectors and pixels. This was about four years ago and is still very much alive to this day in the studio of Dutch Icon; an icon factory, a pioneer, and a team where everything is and always will be simple, quality, and fun.
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