Annelies Vaneycken received her BA in graphic design in 1998 from Hogeschool Sint-Lukas Brussels and her MA in Multimedia & Graphic Design in 2001 at the Sandberg Institute Amsterdam. In 1999 she founded Trans-ID Brussels, and has been working there as a graphic and interaction designer ever since. Since 1999 she’s been a lecturer in Graphic Design at the Hogeschool Sint-Lukas Brussels.
Besides client-related work, she is interested in the “authorship” of her profession, where graphic design meets other disciplines. She enjoys exploring social issues arising from cultural identity.
Her work has been published in publications, one of the most recent being the design book “The Best of Brochure Design 9” and magazine “Kwintessens”. She’s exhibited and presented her work at events such as the International Browserday in the Netherlands, the Second Annual exhibition of Graphic Design in Zagreb, Croatia (where she won the 2001 Annual recognition for new media design) and the Design Vlaanderen Gallery in Brussels. She recently became laureate of the bi-annual Prize of Art and Design of the province of Flemish Brabant 2007.

Trans-ID is a graphic design & visual communications company in Brussels. Our projects range from graphic design, books, posters, identities and stationery to exhibition design, signage, packaging and websites for clients that span the corporate, cultural and institutional sectors.
Clients include: Bozar, Broel Museum, Brukselbinnenstebuiten, Danny Veys, David Hernandez, De Overmolen, Denise Mannaert, Design Vlaanderen, Dieter Van den Storm, Erfgoed Brussel, Filip Tack, Gabriel Lester, Guy Van Nueten, Hogeschool Sint-Lukas Brussel, Icon, Irmafirma (Ann Van de Vyvere), Jekino, Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel, les ballets C de la B, Minor-Ndako, Muziekinstrumentenmuseum, Onthaal en Promotie Brussel, Patrick Keulemans, Sabena Flight Academy, Solavia, Transmedia, ...

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