Dolf Henkes event

Identity + publication
In response to the demolition of Dolf Henkes' mural, an entire day was dedicated to this artist. The morning commenced with a symposium at Arminius, followed by an afternoon exhibition at Verhalenhuis Belvedere in the Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen. For this special occasion, I had the privilege of designing the visual identity, with the icing on the cake being a publication that was offered to all visitors.

Translating the intricate details of this event into an identity was an enjoyable puzzle. The dual-color division delineates the morning and afternoon planning. This color scheme reflected in the publication to as a way of enhancing the different chapter division.

Bosje Bolle Bloemen

Riso prints

This set of ‘Bosje Bolle Bloemen’ (Bunch of Bulbous Flowers) are 3 mini Riso prints. I also made stickers for it with some matching letters. 

220g paper (eco friendly)
14,5 x 10 cm
Edition of 20


Spotlight exhibition, kunstuileen Rotterdam

My serie Lingo was on the wall of the kunstuileen Rotterdam Spotlight exhibition. 
These paintings were a way of playing with the functional borders of letter shapes. I tempt to read shapes, now I made shapes out of letters.
What do you see? Shapes or L I N G O?

acrylic paint, gloss polymer medium
360g paper
50 x 70 cm

Everpress T-shirt

Illustrator Maxim de Gilder and I collaborated in making this tee for the collaboration collection from Everpress. They asked to design something for the theme ‘connection’.

In this design we showed a nostalgic way of making contact. We created a storyline, in which the can-phone rings on the front of the shirt and where the phone is being answered on the back. This way, connection gets separate from the digital interpretation and takes you back to the fun moments how we made connection as kids.

Modelled by @lillynejat_⁠⁠
Photographed by @giftjrgwambe

Book design for Anouk van Klaveren

God-shaped holes, Magic Bullet placebo pills and priests in chalk white art spaces: in this layered piece of auto-fiction Anouk van Klaveren analyzes the mysterious conditions under which objects acquire symbolic meaning.

In collaboration we designed this playfull book with holes, cut-outs and switching paper materials. This ended up in 25 hand-made copies. During a one-night exhibition, this little piece of art has been revealed.