Annabel Keijzer Illustrates, creates and (self)publishes books, art and prints.
As an artist she initiates her own projects and she combines her practice with commissioned work like magazine design, visual identities & branding, books and book covers. She approaches every assignment with clear and creative thinking. Creating qualitative design language with authentic playfulness. That's how she goes about her work.

Type as image

Is it possible to tell a story without using text? My Letter Friends say yes.

Visual identity & branding

Identity and branding for the Power of Love and Positive Flame. The Power of Love is the annual event for people living with HIV and AIDS and their loved ones, that intends to inform, to inspire and to bind.

Shapes and blocks

Ink drawings

Branding & identity design

Identity and branding for the International Lyme awareness congress at Carré Theatre Amsterdam.

Identity & branding

Identity and branding for the jazz festival in the red light district of Amsterdam. This fifth anniversary of Red Light Jazz focusses on the trumpet and legendary jazz trumpet player Chet Baker who died 30 years ago in Amsterdam.

Spots on paws

“Spots on paws” birds, paper and colour.


Cover Illustration & design for the dutch publishing house Prometheus. Release date: April 2018. Printed in 4 pantone colors on Munken Lynx White paper.

Magazine design

I AM+ magazine inspires and informs HIV-positive people living in the Netherlands to lead long and healthy lives.


A book about my grandfathers unpublished manuscript. He died 20 years ago, but he left his story behind. I created this book to honor him.


Visual design


New webshop


Art card booklet

Twenty perky, colourful and characterful ink drop birds, presented together in a poster and collected in an art card booklet. Both are limited edition - catch them before they fly away!


Concept and layout design for this book about service design.Bookdesign & illustrations. Hardcover, 224 pages, release date: march 2017.

Multiple drawings

Annabel Keijzer is concentrating on editorial illustration, indoor and outdoor murals, textile design, bookillustration, artprints and other commissions, as long as she can retain her colourfullness and playfulness. Most of the drawings created digitally, on the basis of fast pencil drawings.