Paul Wolterink

Paul works in three main disciplines within the cultural field: as a printmaker, a graphic designer and as graphic communications lecturer, alongside raising his family in West Norfolk.

His broad graphic design spectrum, video art and prints have taken part in exhibitions around the world – from Japan’s Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial to the Graphic Design Museum Breda (Stedelijk Museum Breda) to KK OUTLET in London and the Lettering Arts Trust at Snape Maltings.
His work is published in several design books and magazines (‘Logo’ by Laurence King, Selected A / Graphic Design From Europe by Page One, Vormberichten, Fonk Mag).
As a visiting lecturer Paul has taught static and dynamic typography at Image Art and Media Technology (IMT) at the Utrecht School of the Arts (HKU) in Hilversum, given seminars at The Design Academy in Eindhoven and HKU in Utrecht. In Norfolk he has given workshops with Unlocking the Archive, (UEA’s renaissance book collection initiative) at the Norfolk Heritage Centre and in Blickling Hall in Norfolk. He spoke at London Design Museum (Wim Crouwel, A Graphic Odyssey, edition Pecha Kucha) and at Pecha Kucha Amsterdam (Mediamatic / Golfstromen).
Paul studied traditional type and sign writing by hand, and completed a BA Graphic Design at School of the Arts Utrecht, under guidance of graphic designer and lecturer W. H. Lucas. He is a Visiting Lecturer at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) in Norfolk.