Dolly Rogers

Dolly Rogers was founded by Australian Jennette Snape in 2008 as a boutique agency offering a fully integrated approach “with heart and soul”. Having a strong feel for design, their portfolio includes creating the visual identity and UI design of the award winning platform WeTransfer. They also positioned the largest and longest running dance festival in the Netherlands, Mysteryland, and like to participate in the good cause, like raising awareness for Movember. All in all Dolly Rogers see themselves as “next generation storytellers inspired by the very things that make us human: our senses, emotions and the power to imagine beyond what we know”.

Recent posts about Dolly Rogers

Creative Ties & Mad Hatters breakfast

Creative Ties & Mad Hatters is an initiative by Jennette Snape, founder of Dolly Rogers. “It calls all creatives and visionaries, makers and doers, artists and artisans, boys and girls and offers the proper playground to flaunt your super awesome talent, and show some of… More.


New feature on AAB; Inspiration

After having introduced our new columnists last week, this week we’re introducing a new item called ‘Inspiration’; Amsterdam creatives sharing their inspiration on a weekly basis. In order of future appearance we found the following posse willing to show us what they like, what fascinates… More.


Start growing your Mo!

We all know it’s Movember by now. But if you haven’t stopped shaving your moustache, maybe this nice picture by Dolly Rogers can entice you (if you are male) to drop your razor and register at Movember. According to Jennette Snape, CD at Dolly Rogers,… More.


Spinnin’ Yarns

Creative agency Dolly Rogers initiated a storytelling project, dubbed Spinnin’ Yarns (read: telling stories). Through interviews and photographs the agency reveals the heart and soul of Amsterdam by portraying a selection of its diverse inhabitants. The stories are written and photographed by Anne Britt, a… More.