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Laser-cut Signs for Jorplace Beach Hostel

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For Jorplace Beach Hostel we made a bunch of signs to make it easier navigate through the hostel. A great opportunity to discover our new laser-cutter!

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Making of Mike Tyson Portait

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This is the making of a Mike Tyson portrait we did for Barracuda Unincorporated. The painting is acrylic on 240 x 240 cm MDF

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Best Wishes for 2015

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Suitup Studio wishes everybody a marvellous 2015

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Making of Our Daily Struggle

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Do you ever feel like a sheep, lost in a purple universe – peeing on the floor in desperation? Do you feel like your life has been turned inside out, and upside down? Working all night, moaning all day? Do you feel like maybe, your life is falling to pieces? …so do we. Watch our...

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Making of KonneKt Kickstarter

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Making of KonneKt Kickstarter. With the video KonneKt wants to gain money for isolated children in hospitals.

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Making of GoneArty

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This is the making of from a promotion video that we made to show how Gone Arty imports products out of Africa for the Dutch fair trade market. We went to Zimbabwe for the shoot. For the animation we used a stop-motion approach to get a handmade feeling.

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Making of the Filostoof Food Truck

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This is a making of from the artwork we designed and sprayed on the Filostoof kitchen van.

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Making of the Joker painting

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This is the making of the Joker painting we did for Barracuda Unincorporated. The painting is acrylic on 240 x 240 cm MDF

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Making of the Avengers painting

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This is the making of the Avengers painting we did for Barracuda Unincorporated. The painting is acrylic on 240 x 240 cm MDF

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Sick’s’Bit

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  Sick’s’Bit is an experiment by means of which we looked for ways to use analogue and digital techniques side by side. We were really excited by the possibilities we found – so much so that it made us decide to continue working together under the Suitup Studio flag.

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