Rachel van der Nacht
Rachel van der Nacht is a French creative director and visual artist based in New York. She works with an array of fashion, luxury, and lifestyle clients, including Adidas, Refinery29, Equinox, Nike, Puma, Livy, Burt’s Bees, and Konbini, to name a few. Her work was exhibited in Paris, Berlin, and NYC.
She studied literature and philosophy in France and earned an MFA in “Design as an Entrepreneur/Author” at the School of Visual Arts in NYC. She helps brands define their identity by shaping and telling their stories through design and visual arts across all platforms.
Her personal work aims to echo her personal journeys and experiences. With North African roots influencing her, she expresses a duality that exists everywhere in life, and that can be both difficult and uplifting. She explores harmonious discord and reconciles opposing themes such as happiness vs. sadness or punk vs. traditional. These influences are depicted as cohesive and true representations of reality, that can and actually always coexist.
By challenging the idea of opposition and asking the viewer to see everything as connected, her creations offer a different angle on life. Art that acknowledges both good and bad, and twists them into a singular new sentiment — all-together. Think a cactus offering free hugs or two boxers hugging instead of fighting.
Giclée Fine-Art Prints
Our Giclée Fine Art Prints are produced on heavy-matte, acid-free 300gsm cotton photo-paper with 100% archival inks. Our full-time chemists formulate all substrates in-house to achieve museum-quality detail and color vibrancy that is protected for 100+ years.
Our hand-crafted, precision cut solid pine frames were designed specifically for artists and photographers. Narrow on the front and deep on the sides, our slim moulding provide a clean, sharp frame for your art and allows all focus to be on the work. Hanging hardware is included so your artwork is ready to hang as soon as it arrives.
Our acrylic is more expensive than glass, but we use it because it’s clearer, far more impact resistant, and protects your art against UV rays. Framing-grade acrylic has become a new standard in framing because of its “clear” benefits.