Open&Bloot!

This project is a collaboration with illustrator Femme ter Haar. Sexuality is a topic that can be difficult to talk about between kids and their parents, and it often doesn’t happen until puberty kicks in. At this stage, it can be very awkward and uncomfortable for teenagers. Because of that, we think it’s better to […]

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Thesis

This is the thesis I wrote prior to my graduation project What Happens When Nothing Happens. It is about standing still, carefully looking at things and wonder. It’s a search for who I am as a graphic designer, and a summary of my research about stress and burn outs that seem to happen more and […]

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Gedachtegangen

The title of this book is best translated as ‘Corridors of thoughts’. It has been a very personal project. I wrote little visual poems about things I experienced, things I saw, things that frustrated me, and things I admired. About people, feelings and observations. Because it was so close to myself, I wanted to make […]

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Mōna

This book is a collaboration with Marije Bredewold. We are both fascinated by the moon, so we decided to make a book about it. For centuries, people all around the world have been inspired by the moon, such as artists, musicians and filmmakers. But the influence of the moon reaches much further; scientists have based the […]

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Stilte

This project was a seminar lead by Lennart Kok and Sue Doeksen. Through ‘Black & White sessions’ we made quick sketches with different materials about words that were written on paper. One of the words I received was ‘stilte’ (silence). After a few sessions and a riso print workshop we had the opportunity to create a final art work, […]

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James, Berlin 2016

This is a collage triptych I made about a person I met in Berlin. The different layers represent his different sides I discovered, from the first confident and slightly arrogant impression he gave me with his look and attitude, until a more hidden personal side I found after researching about him and his art.

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