New illustration published today
visual identity for Jasper Erkens Coaching Practice
This summer I worked on a simple yet effective visual identity for Jasper Erkens - praktijk voor coaching en begeleiding, a coaching practice in Amsterdam. An illustrated visual identity was based around three questions ‘Who am I?’ ‘What do I do?’ and ‘How do I work?.’ These illustrations and the red-wine-and-mustard-colour-scheme form the basis of a print and online identity.
Live speed drawings made during World Cup 2014
Live speed drawings made during the quarter finals and half finals of the World Cup Brazil 2014. One drawing for every minute of the match trying to capture movement and register as much as possible in illustration, infographic and writing during The Netherlands Mexico and the Netherlands Costa Rica. Pencil and watercolour on Wenzhou paper roll. Next will be ‘the Netherlands -Argentina.’
Rhine river ship license
Started work on a new project for offLeon, tentatively called Charles-Henri Kielen. Based on interviews with my remainin great aunts. Shown below is the ship license from 1907 of my great-grandparents tug boat Vertrouwen (Trust). A commercial rhine river vessel which sailed between the Netherlands and Germany before, during and after both WWI and WWII and was held captive in Berlin with their children.
The return of liberalism
This illustration on the history and return of left-wing liberalism was made by Leon Mussche for the article ‘The Unstoppable return of open-mindedness’ written by Syp Wynia for opinion magazine Elsevier Juist in the Netherlands.
The hottest financial topic of today illustrated: ‘Unfresh philantropists.’
Leon Mussche Illustrated a feature article for financial watchdog blog Follow the money (Just Keeping them honest). The story ‘Unfresh Philantropists’ (it sounds better in Dutch) written by Eric Smit, names and shames the board members of a Rotterdam harbour workers pension fund, that changed the destination of one billion euros.
Editorial illustration for opinion magazine Elsevier Juist, accompanying the article ‘Populism was once social critisism’ by Syp Wynia, illustration by Amsterdam illustrator Leon Mussche. Art-direction by Anne Lugthart.
New illustration leftovers
Another one on voting and elections. These two half-page illustrations were made as drafts for an article on democracy for a Dutch opinion magazine. These drafts were rejected, after which an alternative concept was chosen that will be published next month. Because I believe leftovers should be put to good use when possible, I am making this as yet unpublished image, or images, exclusively available as stock illustration, at a much lower price of course. Contact me if you are interested. First come first served.
Infographics for computer technology magazine Computable
SAP, SOA, ERP, Wan or XBRL…. I know all the ins and outs! Computable, which was first published in 1968, is the Netherlands leading website and magazine on information technology for ICT industry professionals. It has some difficult words though, they even publish the Computable dictionary, for rookies like me. I have been contributing infographics visualising this fascinating world for many years and have learned a lot! Look out for new infographics accompanying Computable editor Rik Sanders articles every month. These are the latest three that were published.