The Great Wave Of EU Rules

Client: Orde An illustration about the difficulties in handling a flashflood of rules in the EU.

Hospital Balloons

Client: De Neuroloog De Neuroloog is a trade journal for neurologists. This illustration is about balancing all the different contacts in the hospital organisation. Is it better to be part of a big network or to be more of a seperate specialised unit?

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Kids Living In Poverty

Client: FNV For FNV Magazine we illustrated a story about kids living in poverty in a rich country like the Netherlands. A sad story, the golden opportunities are just out of their reach an they are left with picking up the sad crumbles.

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The Difficulties Of Comforting

Client: Quest psychologie We made this illustration for Quest psychologie. The text talks about why it’s so hard to comfort people who are having a difficult time.

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All Sorts And Conditions Of Birds

Client: Orde An illustration about diversity on the workfloor. Teams function better if they are a mixed group.

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Drowning In Roses

Client: FNV This one’s for an article that talks about people getting stuck in a law that is supposed to help them. Like roses, it looks great on the surface but it ends up being a thorny mess.

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Don’t Miss The Train

Client: UWV For the magazine JIJ&UWV we made this illlustration for a short story. The story was about a son, his father and a train.

Twitter Business

Client: Orde An illustration about using social media as an effective way of communication for your company.

It’s The End Of The World As We Know It

Client: Maarten! the article talks about the rise of populism in europe and how it is appealing to the explosive world view of the ‘angry white male’.

A Day In The Hospice

Client: Hard//Hoofd A beautiful piece from Anna van Leeuwen, it combines different stories of a day in the Hospice where her dad works. You can read the piece here