Arthur Roeloffzen graduated with a BA in Graphic Design in 2007 from ArtEZ Academy of Art & Design Arnhem. After an internship at Information Design Studio in Amsterdam he started working at Studio Joost Grootens. In 2009 he started the research master Artistic Research at the University of Amsterdam at which he graduated in summer 2011 after which he started his own studio.
Roeloffzen is a practice tutor at the Master Institute of Visual Cultures since 2017. He runs the semester 2 module Wealth that deals with visual language, information infrastructure and cultural, corporate and political power.
These topics are explored in his design research as well and often find their way in commissioned work in the field of architecture, art, design, journalism, music and philosophy in the form of book design and exhibition graphics. Roeloffzen is currently working on a series of works on U.S. politics, both domestic and foreign.