Identity and expressions for an event against the glass ceiling in science.
A poster and a flyer for IMPRS, the graduate school of the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
Brainovio is a new company in the field of applied functional brain imaging. I designed a visual identity based on a cube shape, that can be seen in a two-dimensional and a few three-dimensional ways.
The annual report of the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, an institute of the Radboud University in Nijmegen. 16 pages, offset printing, with infographics based on the Donders visual identity.
A wind-driven website for De Witte Molen, windmill, organical bakery products, flourproducer and store in Nijmegen.
Posters, brochure and threemonthly newsletter for the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour.
A series of coffee mugs for the Donders Institute.
Nine times a day, this online application pulls an array of photographs out of twitter messages and creates a randomly styled image out of them. These small, pixelated images are then displayed in an ever growing collection website.
A poster not containing the information you were looking for. Communicating non-communication. The sensation of being blocked out. Automatically rendered poster. Exhibited at Neville Brody’s Antidesignfestival, London, 2010.
Portal site and three blogs for youth clubs in Nijmegen. The blogs enable young people in underprivileged neighbourhoods to share their experiences.
A poster for a symposium at the Radboud University Nijmegen, based on a banner for the Donders Institute.
Front page illustration and infographics for the city council election issue of lokal newspaper Nijmeegse Stadskrant.
Two posters for a series of lectures and workshops at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour.
Poster for a Balkan Beats party in cafe Onderbroek.
A poster for festival 2.Dh5
Some leaflets for scientific programmes at the Radboud University Medical Centre in Nijmegen: Molecule 2 Man and the new Alzheimer Centre.
Poster and flyer for a symposium at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Radboud University Nijmegen. For this project I used the new font Zwoelfton Bold, which I won in a lottery 😉
A logo can be a lot more than just a static image of a swoosh… For Dogtrail, a small company that organizes tracking courses for dogs and their owners, I designed a logo toolbox consisting of a truetype font. This font lets you choose from different logo designs combined with 25 different silhouettes of dogs, and a cat.
A poster and a flyer for the opening symposium of the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour at the Radboud University Nijmegen.
Poster and flyer for the Multimodal Imaging in cognitive neuroscience conference, held at the Radboud University of Nijmegen.
A modular visual identity for the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour at the Radboud University Nijmegen.
An open source visual identity for the 2.Dh5 festival
Publicity campaign for the fifth anniversary of the FC Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging at the Radboud University Nijmegen. This campaign emphasizes the strong points of the FCDC, being state of the art brain scan technique performed by excellent scientists. All expressions show employees of the centre with scans of their own brain.
Whaa is an agency which organizes a broad scala of activities for, with and by immigrants and minorities, ranging from urban music performances to the world music stage of the Vierdaagsefeesten in Nijmegen. To enable them to present themselves in a recognizable, unique fashion without losing diversity, I designed a system of vignettes which serve as constructing elements for a logo.
Identity, logo, websites and programme booklet for the 2007 Sambafestival Nijmegen
A line of reseach consisting of a series of posters. The posters are designed in a narrative, illustrative manner, to avoid the usual leftist designs depicting either the victims or the ‘bad guys’ of a certain practice.
Designs of the radical left are firmly rooted in the 1970s and 1980s: fists, stars and flags, silk-screened in black and red. In this line of research on the visual language of the radical left, I try to develop expressions of radical, solidary, antagonistic culture based on common values like DIY, grassroots, multipliable, and driven by the most democratized technology, i.e. computers and the internet. A first result is a concept for an online application, that enables users to create an image by uploading photographs, entering texts and backgrounds and setting levels of interaction and intensity. The resulting image can be used online (background or image) or offline (poster or flyer.
Poster announcing the complete renovation of the Grote Broek in Nijmegen.
A poster announcing a visit of Japanese anarchists to inform us about the actions against the 2008 G8 summit in Hokkaido, Japan.
Some posters announcing films, debates and theme nights in De Klinker, meeting space in the Grote Broek in Nijmegen.
Flyer for an organic bakery.
A selection of posters I designed for the independent concert stage Onderbroek in Nijmegen, NL
Participation in a poster design competition and exposition commemorating the disaster in the Schiphol deportation prison
Antifascist poster and sticker
At the introduction of the euro in 2002, the Grote Broek in Nijmegen introducted its own currency, called the Slinker – referring to its ever diminishing value.
A placemat with a gulf war theme for a restaurant in Nijmegen.
A series of self portraits.
Self portrait. Art school assignment.