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Isberg Design Company is a young and versatile company based near Ghent (BE), providing services in graphic design, illustration, photography, web design & video, tailored to your creative or corporate projects, no matter how big or small. Contact us for a free price estimate.


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illustration

An illustration of an 'eco campus' the way Isberg Design Company imagines it do be. Created for the Green Office of Ghent University.

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design

The overview of the cultural year 2017/18 at GC De Kluize, Oosterzele (BE). 'In the coulds', designed for GC De Kluize, 96 pages, printed in 6500 copies. Front page illustration by Hanne De Brabander.

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design

In May 2017 SHINSEN opened its doors at Donkersteeg n°3 in Ghent, serving wonderful Japanese inspired cuisine. The logo, corporate style and the mural inside the shop have been created by Isberg Design Company.

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Some of our other projects

book

During autumn I collected the fallen leafs from my small two year old Ginkgo tree. I dried them in books. Their various shapes and sizes proved to be the perfect canvas for bird drawings. A book about many birds and one particular tree.
This project emerged from my respect for nature - its beauty, balance and complexity - and the joy found in drawing, in capturing the world not how it is but how it is perceived.

One Autumn Morning is a non profit publication under Creative Commons Licence (by-nc-sa). A PDF download of all drawings included in the book is now available here

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photography

The monumental entrance of the Palace of Justice, Brussels (BE), in urgent need of restoration. This landmark building has built between 1866-1883, designed by architect Joseph Poelaert.

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