Noud Sleumer is a conceptual designer who's role is to critique ‘the act of making’. Within self-initiated and explorative projects his focus is trained on methods of deconstruction and reduction. Simplicity is the tool that underlies these approaches and enables Sleumer to create new playgrounds of creativity, in which we can collectively re-examine our relationship to man-made matter. 





© Noud Sleumer, 2019


















































Tricking design-blogs by submitting non-existing projects as a way to create a new, experimental design methodology. In the name of a fake design studio called Polyseam Inc, visualizations of non-real projects were shaped with tools like Photoshop and collage techniques.

Design can be a tool to imitate and influence. Small researches like this have the ability to question how we perceive and valuate (images of) projects within the digital realm.