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During his time split between Amsterdam and Berlin, Arthur Groeneveld amassed dozens of interests he couldn't narrow down—so he pursued them all.

Originally from a small coastal town in the Netherlands, Arthur Groeneveld started as a one-man show with his first company, A Guy Named Arturo. He then co-founded the creative consulting collective 1kg before he and his partner in business and life, Bamboo van Kampen, began working with clients ranging from boutique hotels to publications through their agency, Arturo Bamboo. While working with such diverse businesses, institutions and individuals might seem overwhelming, Arthur has learned to allow the stress to extend

  • Words:
    Taylor Weik
  • Photography:
    Mariano Herrera

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  • Words:
    Taylor Weik
  • Photography:
    Mariano Herrera
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