Tag archive for plattegrond

Open Dag Hulpdiensten

Open Dag Hulpdiensten

Saturday 13 october, several emergency services have their ‘Open Day’ in Culemborg. Police, fire brigade, ambulance services, Royal Dutch Marine, forensic institutes, rescue brigades and many more organisations will show themselves to the public. I made illustrations and the design of the flyer that will…

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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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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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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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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 België 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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Landgoed De Geer

Landgoed De Geer

For Landgoed De Geer I made this logo and the map below (click on the map to see a larger image). Landgoed De Geer has a Bed & Breakfast and appartments in a beatiful environment of forest and water in Culemborg. A great place to…

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Cleaner water

Cleaner water

The project team of fruit growers ‘Praktijknetwerk Bommelerfruit’ has been working on ways to reduce the pollution of water by detergents. Today the results will be presented,  for which I made this poster. Het projectteam ‘Praktijknetwerk Bommelerfruit’, bestaande uit fruittelers, heeft de afgelopen tijd gewerkt…

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Hiding place

Hiding place

This drawing shows the house of family Ten Boom in Haarlem. During the Second World War, the family Ten Boom offered a hiding place to Jews, members of the resistance and students who were fleeing from the Germans. During 1943 and 1944, there were always…

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First World War

First World War

The trenches of the First World War. The drawing was made for history lessons. De loopgraven in de Eerste Wereldoorlog, getekend voor een geschiedenismethode.

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Paleis Het Loo

Paleis Het Loo

A bird’s view of Paleis Het Loo in Apeldoorn (Netherlands). I made it for a history method. If you click on the image, you will see a larger version. Een vogelvlucht van Paleis Het Loo in Apeldoorn. Ik maakte hem voor een geschiedenismethode. Als je…

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Binnenhof

Binnenhof

This is the Binnenhof in The Hague around 1300, drawn for a history lesson. It still is the seat of our government. Of course a lot of buildings have been added to the court since 1300 (or taken down, like the wall) – and it…

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