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Wilgje

Wilgje

I drew a map for outdoor sports company Wilgje: a bird’s-eye view of the area and its buildings. Voor Wilgje Buitensport in Buren tekende ik een plattegrond: een volgelvluchtperspectief van het terrein en de gebouwen.  

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Gezinnen – Families

Gezinnen – Families

For a information folder abour pre-school day care, I had to draw a series of families of different compositions and different income groups. TheDrawings are used in an infographic to inform families about financial support they can get (or not) to pay for extra day…

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E-bikes

E-bikes

For the ‘Utrechts Nieuwsblad’, I made this infographic or map for an article about going to work with an e-bike or even a high speed electrical bike Speed Pedelec. Voor het Utrechts Nieuwsblad maakte ik deze infographic voor een artikel over het forensverkeer op e-bikes…

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Stamboom – Family tree

Stamboom – Family tree

For a school magazine, I had to make a work sheet with a family tree. It was a kind of zen work to do… Voor een schooltijdschrift moest ik een werkblad maken met een stamboom. Het was een zen-achtig werkje…

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Slow Exploding Trees

Slow Exploding Trees

An infographic about an art project by Jos Bregman (click on the image to see a larger version). He wants to give a second life to trees, by turning them into objects and by tracking these objects on the internet. Jos opened a gallery for…

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Kwal – Jellyfish

Kwal – Jellyfish

The anatomy of a jellyfish and the life cycle of jellyfishes. Every time I make illustrations, I also learn something new myself… De anatomie van een kwal en de levenscyclus van kwallen. Elke keer dat ik illustraties maak, leer ikzelf ook weer wat bij….

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Greenhouse effect – Broeikaseffect

Greenhouse effect – Broeikaseffect

A drawing I made for lessons about the greenhouse effect. Yesterday, I heard that temperatures are extremely high on the North Pole. I hope governments, companies and consumers will work together to keep the North Pole white. Een tekening die ik maakte voor lessen over…

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Dinosaurs – Dinosaurussen

Dinosaurs – Dinosaurussen

A drawing showing the size of dinosuars compared to a human being. Een tekening over de afmetingen van dinosaurussen in vergelijking met een mens.

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98 years ago today – vandaag 98 jaar geleden

98 years ago today – vandaag 98 jaar geleden

98 years ago, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, the First World War ended with an Armistice. I made this drawing for primary school history lessons to explain trench warfare. The Netherlands was a neutral country in that war,…

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Food chain – Voedselketen

Food chain – Voedselketen

A drawing for biology lessons: food chain in the forest. Een tekening voor biologielessen: voedselketen in het bos.

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Hanzesteden – Hanseatic cities (2)

Hanzesteden – Hanseatic cities (2)

Another map showing a few Hanseatic cities in Belgium and teh Netherlands. Click on the image for a larger version. Nog een landkaart met enkele Hanzesteden in Belgiƫ en Nederland. Klik op de afbeelding voor een grotere versie.

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Hanzesteden – Hanseatic cities

Hanzesteden – Hanseatic cities

A map of Hanseatic cities alond the river IJssel in the Netherlands. Some are still big cities, some have remained small towns. Een kaart met Hanzesteden langs de IJssel. Sommige zijn nog altijd grote steden, andere zijn kleine plaatsen gebleven.

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Roman baths – Romeins badhuis

Roman baths – Romeins badhuis

Two illustrations of Roman Baths, for history lessons. The illustration above shows different kind of baths (steam, hot, cold, outdoor), massage rooms and sporting area. The one below shows the principle of heating in use in Roman baths. Twee illustraties over Romeinse baden, voor een…

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Suikerbieten – Sugar beets

Suikerbieten – Sugar beets

This is a drawing I made for the dutch sugar company Suiker Unie. It illustrates several measures for increasing life in and around the fields where sugar beets are grown. The drawing will be used in an interactive tool for farmers. The drawing follows the…

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Roman Water Supply – Romeinse waterleiding

Roman Water Supply – Romeinse waterleiding

Two years ago, I made a drawing about the Roman Water Supply. A few weeks ago, I was contacted by Mr. Schram, an expert on Roman water supply (see his website), who pointed at a few mistakes I (and the authors of a history textbook…

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Heart & Lungs – Hart & longen

Heart & Lungs – Hart & longen

The human heart with its atriums and ventricles: traffic jams may be lethal here. Blue parts contain oxygen-poor blood, red parts contain oxygen-rich blood. The drawing below shows the lungs and the lung alveolus, where carbondioxide is taken from the blood and oxygen is put…

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Human body – Menselijk lichaam

Human body – Menselijk lichaam

For biology lessons, I made these drawings showing organs in the human body. Deze tekeningen van organen in het menselijk lichaam maakte ik voor biologielessen voor groep 7 van het basisonderwijs.

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More windmills  – Meer molens

More windmills – Meer molens

A traditional series of windmills that keep the dutch polders dry. Each mill pumps the water to a higher level. Nowadays, most of these mills have been replaced by electrical pump stations. An illustration for lessons about technology. Een traditionele molengang die de polders droog…

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Weidemolen

Weidemolen

In the polders of the Netherlands, you often see small mills, so-called ‘pasture mills’. You have metal ones as shown on the photo above, but you have wooden ones too, that look just like tiny versions of the typical dutch windmill. These pasture mills pump…

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Bijenkorf – Beehive

Bijenkorf – Beehive

A drawing for biology lessons about life in a beehive. In one picture, I had to show the development of a bee from egg till bee, the different types of cells for the development of male and female bees and the queen bee and several…

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