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This is my illustrative entry for the Visual Response initiative by the people at Australia Infront. It is on it’s 6th year now, and it's a platform for people in the creative industry here to let their hair down and try something new. My inspiration is as simple the Australian coat of arms which depicts an Emu and a Kangaroo, and just go from there. Worked with sketching and photoshop which I normally avoid in the past. The brief is to interpret the word 'Native' so I re-appropriate elements within the coat of arms to make the composition for this piece. It depicts the flora, fauna, and sport that is native to Australia.
Poupée Mémé Poupée Memé is a brand of cultural designs and toys for which we illustrated the world map, a presentation card and the visual content for their official website.
Infographic for UWV. NWW Jongeren. 3D Visualisation. Provinces of the Netherlands. Based on Young people seeking work | Kay Coenen
Infographic on Religion in the Netherlands. For KIJK Magazine, the map shows the towns in the Netherlands.
Infographic highlighting Cocaine Use in Europe for KIJK Magazine Netherlands. Article titled EuroLines.
Infographic for an Article, We Call! Cell phones World Map. Commissioned by KIJK Magazine Netherlands
Published by Nobrow 2018. Robert Moses: the mastermind of New York. From the subway to the skyscraper, from Manhattan’s Financial District to the Long Island suburbs, every inch of New York tells the story of this controversial urban planner’s mind. In paperback for the first time, Pierre Christin and Olivier Balez’s comic book takes on the infamous “Power. Broker” and unlocks the historical battles that created the modern metropolis.