VISUAL COMMUNICATION

Clear thinking produces playful design 

A selection of the latest projects…

BOOKCOVER DESIGN
Cover Illustration & design for the dutch publishing house Prometheus. Release date Moeders van anderen: April 2018, printed in 4 pantone colors on Munken Lynx White paper. Release date Studenten denken: september 2019.

BRAND IDENTITY DESIGN
Logo and visual communication (tickets, program book, posters, banners, t-shirts, stickers etc) for the jazz festival in the red light district of Amsterdam. © photos: 2019 Bas Uterwijk.

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

IDENTITY DESIGN
Logo and brand identity for the dutch association of pedagogical professionals in childcare.

BRAND IDENTITY / EVENT DESIGN
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.

PICTURE BOOK DESIGN
Is it possible to tell a story without using text? My Letter Friends say yes!
This self Initiated project has been honored with the nomination for the German Design Award 2018 and has won a bronze Joseph Binder Award for book illustration 2016 in Vienna.
The illustrations have also been shortlisted by the international jury for the World Illustration Awards 2016 > order this book here <

VISAL IDENTITY DESIGN
To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the large research study, the ATHENA cohort study, SHM asked to create a logo in which the goddess Athena and the red ribbon are combined. Stichting HIV Monitoring’s mission is to further the knowledge and understanding of all relevant aspects of HIV infection in HIV-positive persons in care in the Netherlands.

LOGO AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION DESIGN
BNO is the largest community of designers and design agencies in the Netherlands. BNO UTRECHT curates and organizes inspiring evenings with speakers from the (Dutch) designers community. Meeting and inspiration as a starting point for the logo. © Portraits by Thomas de Wit.



Clear thinking produces playful design