A selection of my work. Professional to personal, clean to cluttered, free to frigid.

My selection is a representation of my versatility in stye, passion and ability. After 5 years of working for myself I have come to realise that making what you love is the way to a clients heart. If I truly believe in what I have made and the client and I are truly a good match – the process is almost effortless.

Give me a call, tell me about your idea Or send me an email and we can take it from there

2018

Logo Design

Wei Weng Atelier – logo design for packaging and web

The Artist and the metaphor

Working across multiple media marks the cross pollination and territorial change as Wei Weng moves studios between countries.

Unique worlds are important to Wei’s practice – presenting projects with visual reference to maps. Now living closer to the forest her latest works are more crossbreed forms of her photographs turned into lacquered flora and fauna.

The logo represents Wei’s practice as a whole with a focus on the most recent Urushi Lacquer pieces. Each individual shape placed carefully in relation to the other, mapped. Each with an identity of it’s own but with a very clear visual sense of belonging to the same world.

Logo Design

Wei Weng Atelier – logo design for packaging and web

The Artist and the metaphor

Working across multiple media marks the cross pollination and territorial change as Wei Weng moves studios between countries.

Unique worlds are important to Wei’s practice – presenting projects with visual reference to maps. Now living closer to the forest her latest works are more crossbreed forms of her photographs turned into lacquered flora and fauna.

The logo represents Wei’s practice as a whole with a focus on the most recent Urushi Lacquer pieces. Each individual shape placed carefully in relation to the other, mapped. Each with an identity of it’s own but with a very clear visual sense of belonging to the same world.

Album Cover Design & Music

Album cover for a House song I made with
Kaspar Noé

Album Cover Design & Music

Album cover for a House song I made with Kaspar Noé

Digital Collage – Personal work

Digital Collage – Personal work

Cover Design

Single cover for
Pseudonym Music

Cover Design

Single cover for
Pseudonym Music

Website Design

Front-end design for Taro Ishida Webshop
www.taro-ishida.com

Behind the brand :

Taro Ishida is the designer behind the luxury shoe collection of the same name, Launched A/W 18.

Growing up in an artistic family in Amsterdam, experimenting with music and graffiti, Ishida always knew he would go in a creative direction.

In 2009, he moved to Rotterdam and enrolled at the Technical University in Delft, where he studied architecture. Alongside his studies, Ishida spent time working with his mentor, architect Nick Albers at a multidisciplinary design firm.

However, shoes – specifically high heels – had always been a particular point of interest for Ishida. Fascinated by the way that a woman’s posture and demeanour changes completely when she slips them on and how they heighten both her strength and fragility, he saw them as architecture for the body. In 2014 Ishida decided to take this obsession to the next level, and spontaneously moved to Milan to study shoemaking at Ars Sutoria. From there he spent a year travelling to the best factories and meeting with master artisans. In 2016, he moved to Tokyo to study under bespoke shoemaker Noriyuki Misawa, who is widely considered to be the most skilled shoe artisan in the world.

Shortly hereafter Taro, my old school friend, contacted me to start working together. We have since successfully created three websites and a webshop – which is currently live.

Website Design

Front-end design for Taro Ishida Webshop
www.taro-ishida.com

Behind the brand :

Taro Ishida is the designer behind the luxury shoe collection of the same name, Launched A/W 18.

Growing up in an artistic family in Amsterdam, experimenting with music and graffiti, Ishida always knew he would go in a creative direction.

In 2009, he moved to Rotterdam and enrolled at the Technical University in Delft, where he studied architecture. Alongside his studies, Ishida spent time working with his mentor, architect Nick Albers at a multidisciplinary design firm.

However, shoes – specifically high heels – had always been a particular point of interest for Ishida. Fascinated by the way that a woman’s posture and demeanour changes completely when she slips them on and how they heighten both her strength and fragility, he saw them as architecture for the body. In 2014 Ishida decided to take this obsession to the next level, and spontaneously moved to Milan to study shoemaking at Ars Sutoria. From there he spent a year travelling to the best factories and meeting with master artisans. In 2016, he moved to Tokyo to study under bespoke shoemaker Noriyuki Misawa, who is widely considered to be the most skilled shoe artisan in the world.

Shortly hereafter Taro, my old school friend, contacted me to start working together. We have since successfully created three websites and a webshop – which is currently live.

Cousins design Analogue Photography

Analogue Photography – s.1

Personal Photography series.

Analogue 35mm Olympus.

Cousins design Analogue Photography

Analogue Photography – s.1

Personal Photography series.

Analogue 35mm Olympus.

Graphic Design & Print Design

Postcards for Europeana event
Logo Design for #BIGARTRIDE

https://dropstuff.nl 
www.europeana.eu

Europeana, #BIGARTRIDE and the Design Brief

Europeana works with thousands of European archives, libraries and museums to share cultural heritage for enjoyment, education and research. It is for this reason each project I do with them must represent all nations involved through their contributed and combined cultural heritage.

For the #BIGARTRIDE project, brought to the public by Europeana, made by DROPSTUFF.nl –  two participants in different cities brought together (one in the Netherlands, one elsewhere), were invited to get on their (stationary) bikes, put on virtual reality ‘Oculus Rift’ headsets, and navigate through a virtual city experiencing centuries of Europe’s art along the way.

The Design challenge in this case was finding a functional print design that complimented each countries individual cultural heritage whilst providing essential event data. The postcards were to be in 20 different languages over 20+ separate events, each postcard tailored to the country through the artwork portrayed on the front.

Graphic Design

Postcards for Europeana ; #BIGARTRIDE event
www.europeana.eu

Europeana, #BIGARTRIDE and the Design Brief

Europeana works with thousands of European archives, libraries and museums to share cultural heritage for enjoyment, education and research. It is for this reason each project I do with them must represent all nations involved through their contributed and combined cultural heritage.

For the #BIGARTRIDE project, brought to the public by Europeana, made by DROPSTUFF.nl –  two participants in different cities brought together (one in the Netherlands, one elsewhere), were invited to get on their (stationary) bikes, put on virtual reality ‘Oculus Rift’ headsets, and navigate through a virtual city experiencing centuries of Europe’s art along the way.

The Design challenge in this case was finding a functional print design that complimented each countries individual cultural heritage whilst providing essential event data. The postcards were to be in 20 different languages over 20+ separate events, each postcard tailored to the country through the artwork portrayed on the front.

Flyer Design

Flyer print design for Europeana #GIFITIUP Event

www.europeana.eu

The Flip-gif idea

Another Europeana initiative inviting Gif artists from all over the world to create the best gif using the Europeana Collection.

The Design needed to show the concept of behind the event as well as communicating the event data to the visitors.

My idea was to create a sort of simplified flip animation using two frames from the previous years winners – so that when you turned the postcard over you could appreciate the gif artists creation.

Flyer Design

Flyer print design for Europeana #GIFITIUP Event

www.europeana.eu

The Flip-gif idea

Another Europeana initiative inviting Gif artists from all over the world to create the best gif using the Europeana Collection.

The Design needed to show the concept of behind the event as well as communicating the event data to the visitors.

My idea was to create a sort of simplified flip animation using two frames from the previous years winners – so that when you turned the postcard over you could appreciate the gif artists creation.

Graphic Design

Promotional leaflets for Monique Gottmer Beauty specialist

www.moniquegottmer.nl

Graphic Design

Promotional leaflets for Monique Gottmer Beauty specialist

www.moniquegottmer.nl

Graphic Design

Promotional leaflets for Monique Gottmer Beauty specialist

www.moniquegottmer.nl

Cover Art & Icon

More work for my talented friend/musician Joshua Osiris
Osiris Joshua Soundcloud

Cover Art & Icon

More work for my talented friend/musician Joshua Osiris
Osiris Joshua Soundcloud

Logo Design

Logo for Musician Osiris Joshua
Osiris Joshua Soundcloud

Logo Design

Logo for Musician Osiris Joshua
Osiris Joshua Soundcloud

CONCEPT : Tshirt Design Jam4Jam

Discontinued Tshirt / Brand Idea

CONCEPT : Tshirt Design Jam4Jam

Discontinued Tshirt / Brand Idea

Graphic Design

Business cards for Europeana
www.europeana.eu

The metahor behind the stripes

Europeana is a foundation resposnible for digitizing

Graphic Design

Business cards for Europeana
www.europeana.eu

The metahor behind the stripes

Europeana is a foundation resposnible for digitizing

Photography – Digital

December 2017 Trip to Myanmar

Photography – Digital

December 2017 Trip to Myanmar

Logo Design

Wei Weng Atelier - logo design for packaging and web

The Artist and the Metaphor

Working across multiple media marks the cross pollination and territorial change as Wei Weng moves studios between countries.

Unique worlds are important to Wei's practice - presenting projects with visual reference to maps. Now living closer to the forest her latest works are more crossbreed forms of her photographs turned into lacquered flora and fauna.

The logo represents Wei's practice as a whole with a focus on the most recent Urushi Lacquer pieces. Each individual shape placed carefully in relation to the other, mapped. Each with an identity of it's own but with a very clear visual sense of belonging to the same world.

Logo Design

Wei Weng Atelier - logo design for packaging and web

The Artist and the Metaphor

Working across multiple media marks the cross pollination and territorial change as Wei Weng moves studios between countries.

Unique worlds are important to Wei's practice - presenting projects with visual reference to maps. Now living closer to the forest her latest works are more crossbreed forms of her photographs turned into lacquered flora and fauna.

The logo represents Wei's practice as a whole with a focus on the most recent Urushi Lacquer pieces. Each individual shape placed carefully in relation to the other, mapped. Each with an identity of it's own but with a very clear visual sense of belonging to the same world.