research & publishing

hidden histories

Roots to Fruits is available at

Printed Matter, Inc. (New York)
Legacy Dumbo (New York)
Ergot Records (New York)
For Keeps Books (Atlanta)
Inga Books (Chicago)
Rush Hour (Amsterdam)
San Serriffe (Amsterdam)
Framer Framed (Amsterdam)
Athenaeum (Amsterdam)
Terry Bleu (Amsterdam)
Mendo (Amsterdam)
Walter Books (Amsterdam)
Kiosk (Rotterdam)
HKW (Berlin)
Hopscotch (Berlin)
Tambourine (Madrid)
Terranova (Barcelona)
Sitio (Barcelona)
Tenderbooks (London)
Tate Modern (London)
Errant Books (London)
Perimeter Books (Melbourne)
Werkplaats Typografie (Arnhem)

For distribution within Europe, and other inquiries please contact

For distribution worldwide please contact Public Knowledge Books
Mirelle van Tulder is the founder of Roots to Fruits. She is an artist, designer, and research associate at the Research Center for Material Culture, Wereldmuseum (NL).

“Mirelle’s way of working is a delight to witness. On the one hand, she has the ability to dig deep into archives, intuitively grasping the political and social dimension of these historical artifacts. On the other hand, she has the talent to immediately translate this archival knowledge into a bold and urgent graphic language – producing zines and newspapers, playfully pushing the archives into the streets (and vice versa). It’s a rare combination of skills”. Danny van den Dungen (Experimental Jetset), 2022

Mirelle van Tulder holds an MA in Fine Art and Design from Werkplaats Typografie (2023).
She has been working as an image researcher for MacGuffin Magazine since 2019 (The Desk, The Rug, The Bottle, The Chain).

Ongoing and previous commissioners and residency hosts include: National Gallery of Victoria (AU), Foam Amsterdam (NL), MacGuffin Magazine (NL), Tubelight (NL), Simulacrum (NL), Metro54 (NL), Disarming Design From Palestine (PS)

Roots to Fruits has attended: Ghent Art Book Fair, 7–8 May 2022, Printed Matter’s New York Art Book Fair, 13–16 October 2022, Offprint London, 12–14 May 2023, Melbourne Art Book Fair, 19 May 2023, Keti Koti, Museumplein Amsterdam, 1 July 2023, Miss Read Berlin 22–24 September 2023

©Mirelle van Tulder
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