2 and 3D graphics and designs.
Interior issues solved elegantly. In this case, with rope, eye hooks and a good idea.
Briefing over the phone,
3 hours of work,
For property rental website: HuurEenHuisje. Client loved the first pencil sketch: new logo.
CLIENT QUESTION: I saw a beautiful folding screen you made and wondered if you could design something similar that rolls?
SOLUTION: I combined a rolling clothing rack and bamboo.
The client was very pleased. Click to read more about this custom design.
We are looking for a light roomdivider.
This floating magazine screen elegantly divides your space, dampens acoustics and serves as a vertical drawing table.
Done Deal, handmade graphic. Foam, elastic band and artificial flowers.
CLIENT QUESTION: Can you do something to make this giant steel chimney look and feel more like the rest of our roofgarden? We like your art, but we like plantgrowth too.
SOLUTION:A stainless steel stocking makes the pantgrowth follow the pattern. Latticework, deLuxe!
I love the combination of function, aesthetics and plants.
CLIENT: Can you do something special on our central wall?
During the first meeting the company logo and website turned out to be outdated too. I made a proposal for a new identity. The central wall is now a derivative of the new brand. Instead of a standalone piece.
TILE DESIGN. When installed the one shape creates a pattern that is bigger that the tile itself.
Long live the grout
CLIENT: can you design a one-of-a-kind dressing room, we don’t have room to build walls.
SOLUTION: The double beaded curtain hides a steel construction, the dressingrooms float.
The client liked it so much that she asked me to design her logo and the rest of the store too.
Name, logo, printwork; house-style.
Lofty, yet down to earth
This flexible screen is made-to-measure from different materials depending on the client’s wishes. The featured one is made from aluminum and silicone.
I have made wooden screens using EPDM for an office with a Feng-Shui interior and a chromed one for a club.
Custom-made flexible roomdividers
Vider Mint is a flexible screen woven from anodised aluminium and silicone. It was featured in Vogue, Icon and Wallpaper. It is made to measure.
A photographer in Amsterdam wanted something exiting in his meeting room. I made him a wooden wall flower.
Quasi Muslim/Hindu/Asian/European pattern designs
Graphic design with nails and hammer.
CLIENT QUESTION: We would like our waiting room to be less clinical.
SOLUTION: I made this homely graphic design and had it cut out of acoustic tiles that fit the system ceiling.
Click to read more about custom acoustic designs.
3 guys, 3 girls and a picnic blanket.
This aluminium chain curtain is ideal as hanging screen to: divide a room, hide an ugly kitchenette, replace obsolete cabinet doors etc. Made-to-measure.
When you have walked, or grabbed, through it, it swings back into place.
This aluminum screen is indestructable: fire,- idiot,- and weather proof. Chainlinks are 9x15mm. Made to measure.
Handmade type for a pasta loving fat friend of mine
CLIENT: Can you think about a logo for my new content marketing company. Not a typical minimal-modern-web-company type logo, please.
DESIGN: ‘a scripted letter in a red tab’ logo plus a proposal for fonts and a colourscheme including B/W images.
Good content, looking sharp.
CLIENT: My wooden floor is worn in a few places around the table. What are my options? (other than sanding the whole floor)
SOLUTION: I sanded out a circle and treated it with hardwax (i.s.o. varnish). Interior issue solved nicely.
Elegant cost-effective solutions
This is where I post 3D sketches. Exterior objects and interior items. Competition entries and freestyle experiments.
Look around and call me if something appeals to you. We can rework it into a design solution that fits you.
CLIENT QUOTE: This made-to-measure ‘cabinet’ prefectly fits our new office and house-style.
Click to read more about this custom design.
Freestyle foam, skai, popnail, ring test; Platinum Record
Icons for De Nederlandse Opera
SPRMRKT asked me to make a graphic wallpiece celebrating their anniversary.
A tangible wallpaper made from elastic band in a nailgrid. 2D3D artwork.
Real shadow rules supreme
Lucky Charm pattern.
SUCCES mugs for sale
BYA asked me to make their logo. They loved it and asked me to think about the storefront, lettering and printwork. When they opened a second school I designed their towels, a glass wall and a steel sign.
BYAs house style is solid on all fronts.
Freestyle end title, for imaginary western movie
CLIENT: I like the tiles in my bathroom, and would like a mirrored wall, but that is too expensive and I would lose the lights. Can you think of something else?
SOLUTION: A wall of standard mirror tiles. The, still visible, sub layer of tiles create a bamboo like visual effect. Stylish solution for half the price of the standard mirrored wall.
CLIENT: My organic meatball startup needs a new logo and an idea where to go with the packaging and eventual interior. I need a house-style.
CLIENT QUESTION: We are looking for a partition between the entry to the toilets and the cantine.
SOLUTION: My made-to-measure magazine screen would cover that nicely. It would be a vertical reading table at the same time!
Logo for a lingerie store in Amsterdam
(STOUT means naughty in Dutch)
CLIENT: KikaNY are ‘high-end, hand-made, leather bag designers’ Its founders are called Kika and Sabine.
I made them a hand-drawn KandS symbol to burn into their leather items
3D wallpaper in the studio. I love painting/sculpting in acrylic kit.
Treat your home, shop or office to a handmade 3D wallpaper or center-piece. (We’ll discuss the graphic design beforehand, offcourse)
TATTOO YOUR WALLS
For Dutch consultancy ZSgroep, or rather, it’s whippet loving owner.
Freestyle Clarendon F; skai, foam and staples.
Looking for a bar wall? Call me
Wall ART, VANITY PIECES, OBJECTS
This piece is made from handcast plaster discs
Artwork for an imaginary Mutiny on the Bounty type movie
CLIENT: My home is snowed in with workstuff. Can you think of something to make the difference between work/life a little clearer.
SOLUTION: A new cabinet that holds all workrelated stuff including working printers etc. Close the curtain when it is time to live.
Consultancy & Design
I showed the client a first 3D sketch. He liked it but thought people wouldn’t understand. He showed it to a staff member and asked him to describe what he saw. “you mean this diamond in a coconut?” Boom, sold.