Eyal Holtzman has designed typefaces for clients such as The Enschedé Font Foundry and Nationale Nederlanden. His work has been exhibited in many places, including in Museum of the Book - Meermanno in The Hague.
In the book Ha, daar gaat er een van mij! (Hey, there goes one of mine!, a chronicle of graphic design in The Hague from 1945 to 2000, 010 Publishers, Rotterdam 2002) he is called “one of the most idiosyncratic letter talents from The Hague” and in Dutch Type (010 Publishers, Rotterdam 2004) expert Jan Middendorp describes his letters as being “among the most original alphabets produced in the Netherlands”, (...) “tapping into an idiom that no other type designer working in the Netherlands has ever used”.
Eyal has studied 4 years Graphic & Typographic Design at the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) in The Hague and completed there later the Post-graduate course Type Design & Typography. He is an artist, teacher and designer, and co-founder of design agency “2 kilo design”.