Posts Tagged ‘graphic’

‘Democracy under construction’ illustration series

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

Magazine illustrations for a political essay

Dutch illustrator Leon Mussche illustrated a three page article 'Democracy under construction for political opinion magazine Elsevier Juist.

 

‘Democracy under construction.’ Sequence of editorial illustrations by for an Elsevier Juist political essay, printed over three pages. Out today!

Slide and Swipe: Bold and Bright Illustration Portfolio

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

Because clicking is so passé…

Watch the portfolio with illustrations by Dutch illustrator Leon Mussche here

Watch the portfolio with illustrations by Dutch illustrator Leon Mussche here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don’t you just hate having to click through illustration portfolio galleries? Now you won’t have to anymore! I have created a new illustration portfolio and you won’t have to do anything! Just sit back and relax, slide or swipe. Or use the back and forward arrows if you’re using an old-fashioned keyboard like I am. The other portfolios are being slided as we speak! Click here to watch the full portfolio.

Illustration for Technical Weekly

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

Illustration for feature on paradoxes in job market

This illustration was made for this weeks feature in Technisch Weekblad on ‘Paradoxes in the job market.’ Describing the current situation of eployment in the Netherlands. Plenty of opportunities for younger talents and European immigrants, while the more experienced generation gets less opportunies.

Ziggo on the move

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

New illustrations for Topix Magazine

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Ziggo is one of the leading media and communications providers in the Netherlands. Every month I  deliver illustrations to one of their magazines ‘Topix.’

In the latest issue is an article about developments in its office automatization, and 3 of the 5 steps are previewed here.




Infographic: how to handle your sick employees

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Timeline showing procedures when employees fall sick

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I was asked to make an infographic for the magazine ‘NLWorks’ a publication by the UWV, the Dutch institute for unemployment, work and welfare. The infographic shows a timeline with the procedure in case an employee falls sick for a longer period of time. The timeline shows several milestones over the course of a total of 104 weeks, from the first phonecall of the employee through the re-integration process and the final judgement of the new situation.

How to handle your property

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

Spot illustrations for Real Estate Magazine Vastgoed

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Owning an apartment can be a drag. This feature in Dutch real estate magazine Vastgoed covers all kinds of financial and legal problems you could face owning a share in an apartment building. The article was in a Q&A style I decided to make smaller spot illustrations for every question that was answered.

Ready for Vancouver

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Infographic for Computable Magazine  on Olympic IT

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This week the Olympic winter games in Vancouver will begin! All eyes will be on Vancouver to see which athletes will win the gold, silver and bronze. At the same time, a lot is going on behind the scenes of course. Atos/Origin will be responsible for the IT for this event, as they have been for all Olympic games since 2002.  made this infographic for IT magazine and website Computable about Atos/Origin’s involvement in the Olympic games. The magazine and website article will be out this week

Introducing Dr. Inspire!

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

More images featuring the clever and environmental-friendly Dr. Inspire!

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Here are two more illustrations for the Dr. Inspire series.  A series of illustrations was made for a print and online campaign for Cognizant financial services. A few weeks ago I posted the first image in the series here. These images are called ‘Top of the world’ and iBrain. The series can now also be seen in the graphic illustration portfolio.