Flows sea landscape in a jar
In the latest Flow Magazine you can find my sea landscape, which you can make yourself in an old jam jar.
Pick up Limes plates
For my friends Sadia and Robin from Pick up Limes, I created plate illustrations for their new recipe website on www.pickuplimes.com. These plates with fruits, vegetables, grains and vegan proteins explain the plate method, a visual tool that helps to ensure your dietary needs. You can touch the images on the website to see how every recipe measures up.
I am the lucky girl who has a boyfriend with a campervan. When we met he already owned a very old beautiful campervan and now he turned a normal van into a campervan himself.
This is the first campervan he rents out to go on adventures and you can check *his page* to see when it’s still available.
First Youtube video is live!
Last summer, talented video maker and my brother in law Joris Seghers filmed the illustration process while I was working on one of the projects for World Animal Protection.
Click on the picture below to watch the full video on Youtube and let us know what you think!
Love for Partij voor de Dieren
Illustrations for new Mutti Insta Factory campaign.
Webshop information! We are having a holiday from 2 till 18 January!
If you’re looking in my shop to purchase a print, postcards or bag, I can send out your package until the 2nd of January. We will be taking some time off until the 25th of January. ☼ If you place an order in the meantime, I will send your order as soon as I’m back in the studio, on the 18th of January.
When you prefer your order to arrive faster, you can have a look on my retailers list *here*, maybe there is a shop close by that sells the product you’re looking for.
I wish you a very happy, healthy and lovely New Year!
If you are ready to frame an illustrations and looking for some inspiration, maybe these ideas will help you! In my webshop I sell prints in three different sizes: the small size is A4, the medium size is 29,5 x 37,5 cm, and the large size is 60 x 80 cm. It is very easy to find a frame for the small and large size prints as these sizes are standard. For the medium size, however, this can be a bit more challenging. The standard A3 size did not feel right for the illustrations that I made, so I adjusted the size. Because of this I am sometimes asked how to frame the medium sized prints in a nice way.
So here we go! I will give a few examples of ways to frame them, from cheaper to more expensive options.
You could frame the illustration in a slightly larger frame size and use a passe-partout, or stick it onto off-white paper. The frame I used for the photo is this one from IKEA (30 x 40 cm). I also love to shop at second hand stores and buy frames there, which gives me the possibility to work with different background papers and frame sizes. But a standard 30 x 40 cm frame works perfect as well.
The more expensive option is to ask a framer to create a custom made fitted frame. The Dutch website ‘De lijstenfabriek’ also offers frames in many different sizes. Sometimes a custom made frame by a local framer is just as expensive, depending on the material. When I go the framer I often choose for a metal (and therefore thinner) frame with a layer of wood veneer, but also love the natural wood frames.
Another option is to choose a frame with a glass front and backside, which is available in different sizes. There are many different brands who make glass frames, I bought the oakwood version from this website.
I hope this information gives you some inspiration when looking for frames and maybe you can find more framing inspiration on my Instagram page.
All my medium size prints are now also available with in an ayous wood and glass frame with the size 31,5 x 39,5 cm.
World Animal Protection + Dille & Kamille + Liekeland
I’m so happy to finally show you my second collaboration with World Animal Protection. This time together with my favorite store Dille & Kamille. 🤍 Our previous campaign was aimed at wild animals. This time the profit goes to the industry animals: the pigs, cows, chickens, sheep and ducks, who we visualized as walking free in the wild. The cards and envelopes are for sale online and in Dille & Kamille stores!