A colorful figure in the dutrch art scene was Mulder certainly. He was not the greatest artists but his works are well worth to look at and sometimes they changed theur surroundings dramatically. At one time he changed the apprarance of the MUZIEKTHEATER in Amsterdam ( catalogue available at www.ftn-books.com).
Mulder was an artist who’s works were not collected frequantly by dutch museums and his works are almost not found in company collections). It is not sold at galeries, but for those who admire Mulder, i noticed recently some interest at auction, so my guess is his works will come up for auction in the near future more frequently.
Roelof Mulder is a multidisciplinary artist, operating in the field of graphic design, type design, interior and exhibition design. He studied fine art at the Academy in Arnhem and he attended the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht for a year in order to underline his love for the graphic arts. Mulder’s departure from the academy was quickly followed by the announcement that he was to be the first winner of the Rotterdam Design Prize.
His graphic and editorial work includes books for Droog, MVRDV architects, Marcel Wanders, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, E&Y, and artists Yasumasa Yonehara, Marijke van Warmerdam and Marlene Dumas. He was member of the editorial staff and designer of Forum magazine and he has been art director of Frame magazine twice. Mulder also did campaign work for fashion brands such as Takeo Kikuchi and Diesel, various exhibition and communication work for incubator Platform21, and stamps for the Royal Dutch Post.
Artist/ Author: Oliver Boberg
Title : Memorial
Publisher: Oliver Boberg
Measurements: Frame measures 51 x 42 cm. original C print is 35 x 25 cm.
signed by Oliver Boberg in pen and numbered 14/20 from an edition of 20