A wind-driven website for De Witte Molen, windmill, organical bakery products, flourproducer and store in Nijmegen.
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.
Identity, logo, websites and programme booklet for the 2007 Sambafestival Nijmegen
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.