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Bēhance

  • 'Snow White in the City'.
    Editorial Illustration to accompany an article about cocaine use and misuse
    by investment bankers in the City of London.
    Illustration selected for the 'Communication Arts Illustration Annual 2012.

    Client:
    106 magazine, a Cass Business School publication / London.
  • 'Mother's day'

  • 'Brokering between cash and kilowatt-hours'.
    Editorial illustration to accompany an article on matching knowledge and finance
    to explore alternative and solar energy.

    Client:
    independent Medien-Design for
    Living Energy Magazine / Siemens AG / Germany
  • 'Waves'
    A personal painting.
  • 'The banking landscape falling apart'.
    Client: Het Financieele Dagblad (Dutch financial Daily).
  • 'Transit to tomorrow'.
    Illustration on networks in transport.
    Client: Het Financieele Dagblad (Dutch financial Daily).
  • 'American Elections'.Keyframes for an animation (pitch) project.
    Client: Kompost / Switzerland
  • Israel: the present and the future...
    Client: Het Financieele Dagblad (Dutch financial Daily).

  • Disappointed in Western politics Eastern European countries look back to Russia...
    Client: Het Financieele Dagblad (Dutch financial Daily).

  • As part of a cooperation between Open Cartoon Society 'ToonPool'
    and the Berlin Metro this illustration was broadcasted on 4000
    video screens in Berlin's subway trains.
  • Suddenly something went wrong...
    Client: Het Financieele Dagblad (Dutch financial Daily).

  • 'Save havens are becoming scarce'.
    Client: Barnyard Publishers for van Lanschot Bankers.
  • 'Small investors'.
    Client: Het Financieele Dagblad (Dutch financial Daily).

  • 'Sustainable paint developments'.
    Client: Scripta Media for Sigma Coatings.

  • Personal work
  • 'Future City'.
    As a result of the cooperation between Open Cartoon Society 'ToonPool'
    and the Berlin Metro this drawing was broadcasted on
    4000 video screens in Berlin's subway trains.