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City Icons

These city icons which I designed during my internship at LAZY SMITH in Seoul show the most well known and recognizable buildings of 16 cities around the world.
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Sandwich Icons

I made these icons during my internship at Milford. Dutch leading supermarket Albert Heijn asked for icons on the new sandwich packages to enhance the clarity of the various flavour types. That’s why I made them in a simple looking style which are eye-cathing on the labels.
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Editorial Design

As a school assignment I had to design a magazine spread with only typography in a playfully and special way.
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Amnesty International

Designing this poster and postcard was a design pitch from Amnesty International. I chose to make it about prisoners of conscience. Those prisoners don’t belong in prison and need their freedom back. For this design I got my inspiration from the symbol of freedom; the white dove with the olive branch. The prisoner symbolizes that dove. He’s sad, his feathers fell out, the olive branch also fell and he has a ring (instead of handcuffs or chain ball) on his leg. All symbolize the lost freedom.
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EMS Talentshow

I designed this poster and program guide for a design pitch from E.M.S in Hardinxveld-Giessendam, The Netherlands. It’s a music and acrobatics talent show held in the evening that mainly wants to target children and young teenagers. Because the city Hardinxveld-Giessendam where it will be held is a small village with a lot of nature I wanted to bring back that feeling in the design. I used birds as base in these designs because birds live in nature and sing, which can be connected with the music in the talent show. The birds have different colors, because that shows the diversity of the participants and it also gives a happy atmosphere.
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SURF

This is a program guide I designed for a design pitch from the Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam. It’s a guide that students get when they have to choose workshops they want to participate in. For the whole design I used ink and bright colors. The ink stands for the free ways it flows and the students can choose their own workshops, in which they are interested. All the bright colors stand for the diversity of all the workshops and how fun it is to participate in.
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