Album Cover Design
An origami-isch CD cover for Marit Thus. With (fragments of) an artwork made by Joost Verbakel
For the Tax & Customs Museum in Rotterdam, I’ve designed all the graphic elements and window stickers, for the exhibition ‘Forged Together, silver masterpieces’. The window sticker is an image of one of the silver pieces, enlarged and framed.
Below you can view a booklet with all the captions linked to the silver pieces shown the glass cabinet.
The exhibition is on show till 21 January, 2021.
For Museum Rotterdam I've designed all the graphic elements for the exhibition 'Rotterdam's Studio Secrets'.
The shape on the introduction wall hints to a map, which is part of the base of the exhibition. The hand-out / poster contains all the information about the objects displayed in the glass cabin. The glass cabin is L-shaped, that shape you can also see on the poster, so it roughly can be used as a floor plan. On the back of the poster is an image of an 17th century map of Rotterdam.
As the exhibition is about painting studios, I've added painting strokes here and there. The heading on the glass cabin is painted by hand, a stencil is used to keep it neat.
The exhibition is on show till 19 April, 2020.
Design of program booklet for a cultural event around the museumpark in Rotterdam
Editorial Design & Research (graduation project)
Straf 2.0 - the impact of social media on justice
A battering took place in Eindhoven in the beginning of 2013, a group of guys hit on an innocent young man. This incident was captured by street webcams. The Public Prosecutions Department in Brabant decided to publish this footage online in an attempt to identify the suspects. Which rapidly happend. Not only the detection was 'successful' done by the internet, also the evaluation and judgement were evolving through social media. In addition, there were several discussions started at the basis of this case. Such as the role and the use of the Public Prosecution, also on virtual field. And whether is was right or wrong to give these young men a shortening on their conviction after the virtual pillory.
I did the editorial design and research on the theme: the impact of social media on justice. This by a large-scale research on similar cases, the law, and by interviews with Ernst Pols and Diederik Greive (press officers of the Public Prosecution), Freddy Mols (lawyer of the main suspect in the case), Hugo Nieuwenhuizen (lawyer of an other suspect in the case) and Bart Schermer (lecturer at eLaw@Leiden).
I like the image of a wrinkled paper, a geometric shape that becomes organic but still shows a little of its original state. Scanning this makes it mysterious and landscape-like, see left. I kept that image in mind while designing my business cards, see below. Pressed with silver foil.