GEO—DESIGN: Junk

PAPERJAM was asked to coordinate the inner city part of the GEO—DESIGN: Junk exhibition by Design Academy Eindhoven and Van Abbemuseum during Dutch Design Week 2019. GEO—DESIGN: Junk is a ground breaking design-research exhibition on waste. From satellite graveyards to dead stock via the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. All That Is Solid Melts into Trash explores global systems of discarded

Storioni Festival

PAPERJAM was asked by Muziekgebouw Eindhoven and Storioni Festival to take care of the program, coordination, organization, promotion and visibility of the very first edition of their outdoor program called Music in the Streets. Storioni Festival itself has been around for many years now, but their greatest wish was to organize an outdoor music festival

Unlock Bookfair

    The third instalment of the annual Unlock Book Fair co-produced by PAPERJAM, took place last December in Amsterdam, with close to fifty exhibitors coming together for the latest meeting of the international graffiti and street art publishing scene. Publishers came from seventeen different countries representing the whole European continent, but also from Australia and

Disposable

Disposable, is a photo exhibition and book project curated by Bomber Johan and Jasper van Es (PAPERJAM). The idea is simple, we give away disposable cameras to graffiti-writers from all over the world with only one request … ‘Please, show us your adventures” Once used, the camera’s were sent back to us and developed. The

WWSS-Bar

For It’s Fashion Weekend we created an activation to support the men who went shopping with their wifes or girlfriends by offering them a little time off. A mobile bar called ‘Waiting While She Shops’ where we offered them a cold beer and they could watch the football or play a game of FIFA. After

Pijlenproject

Eindhoven365 asked us to come up with a yearlong activation to give the newest hotspots in the city centre some extra attention. We create monthly items with the coolest videos, photos and articles where each month we ‘point out’ two new or remarkable hotspots. We use huge red arrows which are placed in front of