Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls Volume 2
For the second volume of ‘Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls’ I illustrated Simone Veil, a French survivor of the Holocaust who became one of her country’s most influential stateswomen as Minister of Health. Beside Simone Veil you will find 99 other stories of heroic women, illustrated by female artist from every corner of the globe. You can buy the book ‘here‘.
New originals in my webshop!
In the latest frankie magazine you will find my ‘watering the plants’ illustration in poster size!
Dutch Design Week
During this DDW you can visit my exhibition with original illustrations and my little shop in the Urban Shopper (Torenallee 60-02) at Strijp-s / Eindhoven.
There are 6 new prints in my webshop, all signed and printed on 300 grams off white Munken Paper from Arctic Paper.
frankie calendar 2018
I had the honor to make the illustration for the month July in frankie’s 2018 calendar! You can order it through the frankie webshop.
If you´re in a hurry, walk slowly.
I illustrated this line ‘If you´re in a hurry, walk slowly’ for the German/Austrian magazine SERVUS.
For Soho House magazine I made this illustration about the future of food. With climate change as a global concern, the need to combat both rising greenhouse gasses and food waste is driving the search for new ways of eating and new things to eat. These days we want our food to be healthy and good for the planet, too. Certain varieties like Dulse are known to be high in protein while algae is full of healthy omega-3 fatty acids, an alternative for those who don’t eat fish. In Amsterdam, food company The Dutch Weed Burger brand is bringing seaweed’s multifaceted benefits with its newly launched restaurant, the Joint.
World Food Programme
The United Nations World Food Programme asked 12 artists to show how important items we often take for granted (like pajamas) are to refugee children, who have been forced out of their routine. Together with the EU they started a project to support and provide refugee families with these everyday objects.