Anne Bloom is a graphic designer living and working in The Hague.
Her work is focused on book design, typography, printed matter, concept development,
visual identities, web design/development, curating, and exhibition design. She is
fascinated by the concept of the in-between space; simultaneously separating and connecting
various elements. Her inspiration is derived from studying different people, cultures,
and traditions and how they relate to each other. With her work, she prefers to engage
in interdisciplinary collaborations where she considers design a form of conversation.
She is working with a range of different clients to create visual and conceptual designs
that reinforce the brand's identities.
She is currently working on various projects connecting art and science,
including teaching the Master Honours Class at Leiden University: Climbing the Wall of Empathy,
Researching “The Other” Through Academic and Artistic Research.