Atelier ter Bekke & Behage was founded by two graphic designers, Evelyn ter Bekke and Dirk Behage, after they met in Paris in 1997. Dedicated to creative graphic design, the Atelier works across the field of visual communication.
Le Signe, the national graphic design centre in Chaumont, mounted a retrospective exhibition of the Atelier’s work in 2022.
In 2011, the Atelier began their collaboration with the Musée National Adrien Dubouché in Limoges, developing typography and signage based on the technical constraints of porcelain.
Since 2021, the Atelier has been working on the visual identity and signage for the new Village Charlot community centre in the town of Beausoleil.
As part of Une saison graphique 2012 in Le Havre, the atelier was invited to take part in a retrospective exhibition at the contemporary art centre Le Portique.
Evelyn ter Bekke and Dirk Behage have maintained a friendly and professional relationship with French architect Marc Barani and his studio since 2009.
In 2012, the Atelier was asked to design the graphic identity and signage for the Biennale d’Architecture Agora in Bordeaux, curated by architect Marc Barani.
The atelier was in charge of communications for MAC VAL exhibitions from 2008 to 2012.
Since 2008, the atelier has been working with the Jean Lenoir publishing house on its ‘Le Nez du Vin’ and ‘Le Nez du Whisky’ publications.
Between 2004 and 2007, the Atelier designed the corporate graphic identity and signage for the Musée Toulouse-Lautrec building in Albi.
Between 2003 and 2005, the Atelier designed the corporate graphic identity and museum signage for the Musée National de Préhistoire in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac.
Until 2005, the Atelier was in charge of visual communications for Toulouse-based paper manufacturer Job Parilux.