A handpicked selection of our activities
Dutch Cuisine at the Grune Woche
PostNL Annual Report nominated for prestigious Henri Sijthoff award
Beer made of potatoes.
With 20 years of experience as a chef at Amstel hotel Richard Matulessy changes course with his brand Rich Pork.
The new look of The Bicycle Coalition
The Bicycle Coalition (De Fietscoalitie) is a collaboration between the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment, Port of Amsterdam, the municipalities Zaanstad and Amsterdam, TNO, Bright Up and Ring-Ring and aims to stimulate cycling in Amsterdam
Annual Report TomTom published
Annual Report PostNL 2015 published
Instock opens restaurant in Amsterdam
Rescuing food is nearby
Efficiency in the world of pensions
ABP annual report well recieved
PostNL annual report
Rich media & storytelling
This year PostNL chose Mattmo Creative as their strategic and creative partner for their annual report.
Green Deal Dutch Cuisine
On World Expo Milan
The best pig has arrived
Foodfestival season has started
Summer in the city
Four foodtrucks we designed are travelling throught the country.
De Domijnen is the new cultural organisation
In the South of Limburg.
Created in China
Our adventure in a reinvented country
For ten years we had an office in Shanghai, China. Starting with a culture scan in 2004 out of curiosity we can now look back to a decade of doing business in China. It brought us a lot.
King Willem-Alexander launches Ambition 2020 platform
Mattmo created this online platform commissioned by MVO Nederland
Promoting Dutch arts and culture in one brand
Abstract art pioneer Piet Mondrian website online
GemeenteMuseum The Hague
Innovative and sustainable solutions
Creative City Lab
How can we develop innovative and sustainable solutions in active collaboration with the creative industry, business and (local) government?
Monique Mulder is elected as member of the accreditation commission for art academy Maastricht
Creative Ecologies, where thinking is a proper job
We first met John during the first edition of the Creative Company Conference. John is author of ‘The Creative Economy’, it was the first account of the new economy, describing the new ways of working that are revitalizing culture, manufacturing, service, retailing and entertainment industries and affecting where people want to live, work, learn – and invent, create and produce. John’s new pet subject is called Creative Ecology, and at our request he has contributed a short piece about it.
We like to explore boundaries, so we travel a lot to interesting places where culture is in transition. Places like, Shanghai, Istanbul, Barcelona, Helsinki, but also Accra and Capetown.