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Holland Festival chooses KesselsKramer: Pioneering performing arts festival and communications agency work on first campaign


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KesselsKramer is the Holland Festival's new communications agency. After an extensive selection process, it was decided on this collaboration that does justice to the design history of the Holland Festival.   

KesselsKramer is developing a new campaign for the Holland Festival 2024, focusing on the artists who make the Holland Festival groundbreaking. The campaign's photography will be provided by photography duo Blommers and Schumm. The campaign will be launched in the coming weeks.

Emily Ansenk, Holland Festival director: "KesselsKramer is an agency with vision and daring, which puts the content of the festival at the centre. They fit very well into the festival's rich design tradition, with predecessors such as Anton Beeke, Wim Crouwel and Thonik."   

Matthijs de Jongh, partner and strategist KesselsKramer: "It feels like a great honour to work for such an iconic festival. It's a great challenge to take over the baton."

The Holland Festival takes place from 6 to 29 June. Buy your tickets via  

About Holland Festival  

The Holland Festival is an international performing arts festival held annually in Amsterdam in June. The festival aims to connect and make visitors think about the world we live in. Presenting international performances by excellent creators from all over the world, the Holland Festival offers a unique opportunity to get in touch with all kinds of innovative and groundbreaking forms of performing arts. -  

About KesselsKramer  

KesselsKramer is an independent communications agency founded in 1996 and based in Amsterdam, The Hague, and London. The agency likes to "advertise for people who don't like advertising" and does so for brands such as citizenM, ARTE, Hasbro Monopoly and Dopper, among others. -  

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