Ines CoxGraphic Designer
Ines Cox runs her own independent graphic design studio in Antwerp. In 2009 she graduated from Luca School of Arts (Ghent) with a degree in graphic design and continued studying for a second Master course at Werkplaats Typografie (The Netherlands). Her work has a focus on printed matter and graphic identities and she has completed a wide variety of projects. Clients range from independent artists and galleries to brands, schools and museums. Ines teaches typography at the Royal Academy of Antwerp and since January 2017 she has also been a researcher there.
What role does music play in your day-to-day life as a creative?
When starting with a project I tend to study and make sketches in silence. But in the next phase, when I’m actually producing things, it’s nice to have some music on. Music doesn’t directly influence the shape of my actual work, it functions more as an accommodator for me working. Putting on some music is like creating a space. Sometimes you feel like working in a bright, colourful room, sometimes you want to work on the sofa. Similar spaces can be provided by certain songs.
Tell us about your playlist:
I selected a bunch of songs I’ve been playing over and over again the last few months. Some songs are already years in my library, others are a recent obsession. It’s been fun to come up with a certain order, which song comes where?
- LA Hills Brun At The Peak Of Winter – Croatian Amor
- 100 – Dean Blunt
- Nissim – The Gaslamp Killer
- Out Of Sight – Jonwayne
- Bad Touch Example – Company Flow
- Southern – House of Pharaos
- Samarit Da Yan Matan – Mamman Sani
- BEA1991 – Eidolon
- Sunshine – Sun Araw, M. Geddes Gengras & The Congos
- Slow Jam – Tirzah
- I’ve Got Some Happiness – Leland
- Seabird – The Allessi Brothers
- White Gloves – Khruangbin