Categories ‐ Artwork/Illustration



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Osaka Moon

Animation, design and directing  made with Submarine for an international Dutch architecture studio. Check out the video and more info here

Many thanks to Geert van de Wetering at Submarine and to Tom van ‘t Hof for the animation assistance at a very short notice!


Asics Cartoon Newsletter

Series of cartoons for sport shoes company Asics. They are used in the monthly newsletter, with prizes to the most original and funny caption.


First round of Concept illustrations for the on and offline communication of a renowned Rotterdam internet bureau. The brief is to represent key people in the office and their set of unique abilities.


Hugo Borst book

Flipbook illustrations and a nostalgic Sparta football player


Where does it hurt?

Where does it hurt? (Waar doet het pijn?)
3 portraits of the leaders form the main Dutch parties.  (Click on image to visit project).



For the Dutch children clothing company Lamien, I have designed and animated characters to represent their online identity.
The concept revolves around a magical world inhabited by little winged girls and their everyday activities. They live cosily inside a golden egg perched on a tree branch on the outskirts of a big city. The egg, the company’s logo, is where their makers, also represented as winged characters, are busy tailoring their clothes in a flur of activities…

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Kunsthal Doeboek

A ‘Doeboek’ is the equivalent of an activity book. Children can read it and get inspired to follow some of the ideas in it, hopefully adding to their play experience. That is why the Kunsthal in Rotterdam published this book to coincide with their summer exhibitions and to encourage children to explore the museum and get to know the art works a little better.

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