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Maritiem Museum – Anchored?!

‘Anchored?!’ is an exhibition with personal stories of young creators from Rotterdam. Ten stories of migration across the sea.

Collaborating with XYZ Creative Agency, I created the visual campaign for this exhibition. To provide a sneak peek into the stories, we unveiled images from the exhibition, using lines shaped by the wave in the logo.

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INC. Festival

Five years ago the Dutch government joined the UN covenant handicap. This created a movement towards a society where everybody can participate without question. INC. Festival was initiated by the Dutch ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport to create a moment of reflection and looking forward. The online festival brought young people with and without a disability together to inspire the society with their dreams, ideas and stories.

I did the design and animation for the campaign, social media as well for the visuals of the stage design.

In collaboration with Leene Communicatie | Photography: Erik Fecken en John Dijkgraaf

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VAPING. IT MAY SEEM HARMLESS, BUT IT DEFINITELY IS NOT.

Trying even once is already harmful; there is no innocent experimentation with nicotine. I created a set of illustrations to clarify the issues associated with vaping for the Trimbos Instituut.

In collaboration with WeFilm

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VALO

Valo, once identified as a technical live streaming party, sought a new branding to discard that image. The new identity shows their full-service approach and offering online events from coaching and production to the live stream itself.

I handled the design aspect, including branding, logo, t-shirts, documents, and car graphics. Additionally, I provided art direction for the website and animation, which were executed by LevelLevel and Michiel de Graaff. 

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Kingfish

Product photography for Kingfish Zeeland. Based in the Dutch province of Zeeland and deliveres a healthy, antibiotic-free premium delicacy: the Dutch Yellowtail.

Art direction: Aram Jorik Scheeve, styling: Wai Seu Chan

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Aware

Aware, a fabric supplier making sure that recycled material is in fact 100% recycled needed some photos for their brochure. The photo’s were shot on the same set as the explanatory film made by Bye Jane!

Concept and set design: Bye Jane! Production: WeFilm

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Mudshirt

Dutch summers are unpredictable and quite rainy from time to time. The Dutch love to complain about that fact. That’s why MUDSHIRT started silk- screen printing a T-shirt collection with local mud (which will survive the washing machine). You can read more about the project here. On this page you will find lot’s of campaign photos, shot for different collections of Mudshirt.

 

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Nike store photography

A selection of photos from the campaigns inside of the Nike Factory Stores.

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Bedtime Monsters

During the day they’re beautiful and innocent still life paintings, but at night they come alive and transform into friendly little monsters! Bedtime Monsters are here to keep children safe at bedtime. The project plays with the given that mundane objects get a mysterious appearance in the dark, especially to the children. Hand screen printed with glow in the dark ink the Bedtime Monsters light up like a little night light to watch over the children.

Inspiration
In the dark a child’s fantasy takes hold of them: Moving shadows over the walls and creepy little sounds are the biggest enemy’s of a night’s rest. With Bedtime Monsters we created a little buddy to keep them safe for all that scares them at night. A night light that watches over them and provide them with a good night’s rest. 

During the day they’re innocent colourful still lives, with classical subjects as themes. The still lives come in three different designs: A vase with flowers (available now), a bowl of fruit (available for pre-sale) and one which will be announced later. Each of these illustrations transform into a friendly monster at night.

Educational
Everybody has its own view on things. Whether it’s art or our daily surroundings, from different perspectives we experience it in a different and often new way. Idris and Ivar took this quite literally: their design uses a day to night transformation to create a change in perspective. When a child has a Bedtime Monster in his or her room this is a first step at looking at things in a new light, or in our case: a new dark.

Limited Edition
The art prints are solely printed with bright colourful inks. Screen printed, signed and numbered by hand. The prints come in a limited edition of 200.

In collaboration with Idris van Heffen

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Bakkerij Mama

Bakkerij Mama is a traditional bakery in Amsterdam. They make bread without any supplements and do a lot by hand. That’s why I focused the shoot on the people who works at the bakery. For the product shots I used the hands of the bakers to present their freshly made breads.

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