Murals of Aberdeen Angus cattle and Bonte Bentheimer pigs, on location In Cadier en Keer, Limburg.
Art direction: Viastory.com – Maarten Kuypers.
Illustrative packaging design for Heinz to mark their nationwide launch of its new environmentally friendly beans packaging in Ireland in support of Barnardos Ireland.
Laurence Whiteley’s amazing landscape illustrations for Dutch Seafood packaging.
The new design stands out in the seafood category that is dominated by private labels, where most products are interchangeable. This new brand shows consumers whether they are buying the right product and where it’s from.
Landscapes from: Honduras, The North sea, Greenland, Argentina and Guatemala.
Travel around the world ‘Reis rond de wereld’ Campaign to celebrate the holidays at home in the Netherlands during Covid-19. Made for Jumbo Supermarkets
Floor plan made for Cono Kaasmakers from the Beemster. The map shows the area where the factory is located and it’s biodiversity.
Illustration series for a housing project in Havenhof, an old industrial area in the center of Eindhoven, which is turned into a civic area with respect for the old identity. Commissioned by Woonbedrijf.
Series of illustrations for Monocle magazine, about crowdfunded media platforms, and how they please(d) their crowds.
Vintage poster series for a fictitious oddity show with very extraordinary artists. („The Duckordion“ has won a Honorable Mention at 3×3 ProShow No.13 and was published in Lürzer’s Archive „200 Best Illustrators Worldwide 2018/19“).
Character board with animals and plants from the savanna, mixed with lettering. (This picture has won a Runner-up Award at Creative Quarterly No.49).
Artists’ book. ‘Pensieri Dolci’ (Sweet Thoughts) is the outcome of a 3 weeks artistic residency at Print Club Torino.
Series commissioned by the Gemeente Eindhoven. The image is inspired by the history and the current development, new energy and dynamics, of the industrial area called NRE.
Magazine cover for Uitagenda Rotterdam. Ilse’s interpretation of famous painter Peter Paul Rubens.
Double page spread of a Children’s book in progress, about how animals go to bed. (The octopus illustration has won a Runner-up award at Creative Quarterly No.55).
“Zitpreventie” (Prevent sitting) workshops.
The workshop is aimed at businesses (mostly offices), where people could benefit from a more active and healthy lifestyle during and in between work.
The infographic illustrates different situations where we could avoid sitting. Like drinking coffee while standing or by taking a stroll outside during the lunch break.
Unintentionally chosen as the leading figure of the body positive movement, Billie Eilish sums up her attitude in her song “Not my responsibility” – whether she covers herself up or sheds the layers, people will always comment and judge her body. And thus inspired this image.
Finnish fin-tech company Greenstep published a survey on the ideal workplace in their magazine, illustrated by Aart-Jan.
If all damage claims come at the same time, illustration NRC Handelsblad
Skyline illustration of Santa Ana in California, a combination of significant plants and buildings.
Artwork made to congratulate 2 star Michelin chef Soenil Bahadoer with the 25th anniversary of his restaurant De Lindehof in Nuenen (NL).
Illustrations made for an online track and trace tool developed bij Oddshop Amsterdam.
A beautiful clean world, with wind energy, prosperity, blue sky, a rainbow, beautiful clean rain, birds, cows and green trees. The profit that we collectively receive if we pursue a higher social goal in addition to the financial.
Series of over 50 illustrations and icons for Youtube Studio, the creator’s platform on Youtube.
Pattern of funny people freaking out while shopping. (This illustration is a winner at Creative Quarterly No.59).
Father’s day campaign for Nike consisting of various product graphics and an animated banner on Nike.com. Art direction by The Program pdx.
A self-initiated project starring a couple of my favorite BMW cars. The BMW X-3 in the present, and the BMW Vision M NEXT 1 in the future.
Life is not a competition.
Illustrations for BEAM, a magazine for youngsters.
There’s more to life but striving for likes and perfection and comparing yourself to others, take some time to reflect, and help others every now and then. A fruitbasket for a friend will go a long way 🙂
The Brussels tram STiB is celebrating its 150th anniversary! That is why STIB and the Tram Museum – with the support of Visit Brussels – organized a wide range of active events. From the 1st till the 5th of May many festivities took place in Brussels like a parade of old trams, the championship of the best drivers and Tram football.
Murals, menu’s etc. for two locations, Amsterdam Noord and Amstelveen.
Art direction by Tiedo Dieke/DSGND.
Rembrandt was the superhero painter of his time. He is still one of the most famous painters in the world.
Dutch sellers cannot do without the paints of AkzoNobel and PPG survive. With sophisticated contracts, the manufacturers control the paint trade.
This image was created for a sustainability campaign. It was shortlisted at Communication Arts 2019 Illustration Competition and won a Runner-up Award at Creative Quarterly No.55.
Stickers designed for animation studio New Motive, to be send out as holiday greetings to clients.
Illustrations for the Dutch National Cyber Security Center on several notable developments in the field of Cyber Security.
Illustrations made for Eindhoven Cultuurprijs 2020. Culture is about gathering and reflection. About art. Johan wanted to display our most common emotions and ways of expression, in a lighthearted way. And he wanted to show that culture connects us as humans. Animated by Remy Berden.
The Corona virus is impacting us all in so many ways. We’re all in this together. Take this time to reflect, connect and create. Stay in (virtual) touch!
Heineken Christmas Festive 3D premium, energetic, festive celebration illustration.
Illustrations as part of the restyling of one of the best artisanal ice cream salons in the Netherlands (Blaricum). Online, ice cups, posters etc.
National flags of all the countries participating in the Uefa Euro 2020 competition.
Spot illustrations for the website of the Poster Scouts, illustrating how their process works.
Cover illustration for this book for cycle enthusiasts.
Written by Aart Vierhouten and Koen de Jong. Art director: Femke Hoogland. Published by Lucht.
illustration all about fun, modern approaches of doing homework for Klasse Magazine.
Illustrations for an article on their blog about Bike Messengers, an urban tribe in decline?
The article tells about the rise, shine, and future of Manhattan’s bike messenger culture.
Artwork for the recently launched “Left overs” app from Albert Heijn. A great initiative to reduce the wastage of food.
These are the illustrations Steve did for Venner Shipley, a patent and trade mark attorneys. They wanted to re-brand their website but keep a lot of the inventive and slightly quirky character the company has. This gave Steve the opportunity to go a bit atoom stijl . . . robots, propellor cars, chemists and machines . .
illustration for Business News Radio (BNR) The Netherlands. Financing real estate is not always easy, and it is difficult for investors to make a return. But it is possible. In this podcast, Tom Jessen talks to entrepreneurs, real estate investors and investors about how they finance real estate.
What’s going on in the video game world? You will discover that in this interesting new podcast from Business News Radio.
In Wild Cards, you attract animals from a variety of cunning species, offering them beautiful habitats to live in. The aim is to collect majorities of different species of animals by bluffing and outbidding the other players.
Back to the seventies and positive vibes with Katja Flower Power Mix.
Art direction: Danny Klein.
Campaign for @Nike !!! Hedof was asked to create 3 different backgrounds for the new Kyrie4, each representing a different decade. Which one do you like best? 70s, 80’s or 90s?
Advertising man and art director Hans Zegelaar has written an intriguing book about his experiences in the Dutch “reclame” world. He has asked Phil Evans, with whom he has worked on numerous projects in the past, to make this rather striking book cover.
One of a series of six illustrations of international childhood food favourites for the Oriental Emporium, Dublin.
A poster made to celebrate the Beatles last public performance on the rooftop of 3 Saville Row.
Label design for a collaboration between Two Chefs Brewing and Moersleutel (wrench) Craft Brewery.
Rocky Road is a peanut butter marshmallow choco cherry stout.
Series for Algemeen Dagblad about holiday memories of Dutch writers in their home country.
Series of illustrations for the ‘Civilisation in balance book’ by Achmea.
“The need for a new balance is growing. The distribution of prosperity and well-being between people is increasingly unbalanced and we are hitting the ecological ceiling of our planet. The future requires making choices today for the world of tomorrow.” Design & direction by BKB.
For International Women’s Day Iris created these illustrations of migrating women. Celebrating the power of women, but also explaining the dangers they face on their journey.
Plus Supermarkets in The Netherlands launches the Marble Maniacs campaign! 18 unique, funny and healthy characters were created by Wesly Gibs. Bureau: Wunderman Thompson & Energize. Animations by Studio Lemon Bandit en Iris van den Akker.
Focussing on core brand values: making an impact, pushing boundaries and working with and for people.
Jasmijn made a wide selection of delicious juicy fruit for the athentic new jam packaging of Albert Heijn
Together with London based agency Bread Collective, Aart-Jan did the branding for Welsh festival GreenMan 2017.
This series deals with the causes and effects of global warming and climate change, such as bush fires, polar ice melting and mass consumption/production of meat. This series points out the “hottest” areas in the world on the respective topics.
Poster design and letting for client A Cidade da Cultura, a Spanish foundation that promotes culture and art by organising concerts, awards, film series and workshops for children throughout the year.
Illustrations for a book about the positive effects music has on people. Specifically on people with special needs living in the Philadelphia care institutions.
Part of a series of six illustrations on the roots and pronunciations of Irish names.
Together with De Club Jasmijn created these illustrations for Lyceo, which focusses on homework guidance for students. It was a lot of fun and working with only a few colours really made it a nice series of illustrations.
Together with MOAM, this booklet was made for the yearly art exhibition taking place at Artis Royal Zoo in Amsterdam.
Children’s book released in the spring of 2021 by Volt publishers. The story, by Daan Faber (Mister Kitchen), transforms flavors into 7 different characters that enter the world of the heroine and her chef father.
Packaging illustrations for typical Dutch chocolate bread spread/topping. You can find them in almost every Dutch household.
The shopping mall Marineda City decided to create an art route with murals inside the center itself. The initiative sought to give visibility to local talent, promote it and at the same time decorate the center itself. The commission was to visualise two concepts, sustainability and the world of fashion.
Kampion is a football card game with beautiful artwork from worldwide artists. It is a collaborative effort and a homage to our football idols.
With the rising of the temperature, Amsterdam might look like this in the future.
Spot illustrations for law firm Rutgers & Posch, presenting their areas of expertise & jurisdictions.
Albert Heijn Supermarket in The Netherlands has introduced the new AH Compact app, for home deliveries starting from 35 euro’s and no delivery charges.
Illustrations for Filosofie Magazine on the meaning of freedom, especially in times of lockdown.
An illustration for Advocatie Magazine on the uncertainty for lawyers due to significant investments in legal tech by the Big Four.
DZP is a pragmatic and creative intermediary between government, business, education and other stakeholders.
Header for the blog Obscure Edibles, which shares recipes for marihuana based treats.
64 Meter long railing fence inside the Centre Ceramique in Maastricht, depicting the history of Maastricht. From the Romans to Stang’s own fantastic fabrications.
Social media campaign introducing the Logitech Pebble wireless mouse.
Commissioned by Vertigo 6.
BNR Podcast illustration about the world of real estate. From a second home as an investment to financing your industrial building and the future of office buildings.
Dead men tell no tales, but these Sea Pirates are alive and kicking!
Logo design, illustrations and mural for seafood restaurant in The Hague. Inspired by the seafood culture of the coastal regions of Maine, Cape Cod, Capetown and Southern Europe.
Icons for Spotlight, an automated due diligence tool that enables people to make safe, accurate grant application decisions.
Labels, gift box and website design for various brands of the Navy Island Rum Company.
Educational book about learning hand lettering (German language).
This book shows the essence of this popular art and helps the reader to develop his own hand lettering style. Beside typographic basics, hand lettering examples and step-by-step-exercises, there are many funny DIY projects for inspiration or to reproduce.
The sun in your face, the flowers in bloom, bring Spring inside. That’s how we manage during Covid-19
We’re very happy to have been asked by design agency FiftyEightWest to create the colourful and playful Chewy character for candy brand Chewits by Cloetta.
Illustrators Joost van Schaik and Phil Evans made this character come to life.
Illustrations for the Justice Innovation Forum 2021, organised by The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law.
Giant cheeseboard puzzle. Part of the Must See exhibition in Het Zuiderzee Museum, for which a total of 15 different artists created a piece inspired by Dutch icons.
Series of illustrations on several important topics for businesses. 7 quick wins wich will protect you from cybercrimes.
KoffieTCacao, a Dutch magazine on coffee, tea and chocolate, commissioned us to create an illustration for an article on milk frothers. We created a laboratory environment in ProCreate, in which a researcher is experimenting to create the “perfect foam.”
The music by Richard Strauss jr. is deeply connected with the Austrian New Year’s Eve tradition and thus part of Illubelles culture.
What’s the perfect tea pairing for your self-care practice?
Series of illustrations for the platform MindBodyGreen and Traditional Medicinals.
The article comes up with a herbal tea suggestion for your favorite type of self-care, whether that is a morning yoga session, gathering with a group of friends or your bed-time routine.
Empty supermarket shelves with no toilet paper, milk, and bread, coronavirus is gettin real! It’s not because of shortage, but the fear of a lockdown here in the Netherlands.
Collaboration of two of our juiciest artists. Joost van Schaik developed the Chewie character and Phil delivered all the edibles.
During the Easter weekend, from 14 to 18 April. In the Park de Wezenlanden in Zwolle a huge work of art is created, which symbolizes the help of the Red Cross. The artwork was designed by illustrator Hedof and divided into sections. You can come and color boxes!
Mural done near the centre of Eindhoven. It’s visible when entering the city from the south.
Image created for the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW) with their anniversary slogan “We discover the future”.
Client: ÖAW/Phuong Duong.
Joost made all the visuals and 3D animation for a Digital lesson module about safe tram handling in Dutch cities such as Rotterdam and Amsterdam.
Cover illustration for an evaluation report on Virtual Reality, for NHTV (Breda University of Applied Sciences).
Pilot-based and demos hope for government support. Infographic for Chemistry Magazine
Concept art for the ‘Times Are Changing’ campaign for Unox, promoting their range of vegetarian smoked sausage.
Part of the Micro-provocations initiative commissioned by Architecture 00 and Central YMCA.
With wellbeing as the central subject, 12 artists were invited to create art interventions at the YMCA Club provoking people to think about wellbeing in a different way.
Illustration for the Voraciously section of The Washington Post, depicting the Christmas gifts offered by the newspaper.
Art With Impact promotes mental wellness by creating space for young people to learn and connect through art and media.
Website and a series of icons to help explain the complicated (legal) contracts visually and at the same time make their brand stand out and appealing.
Poster for beer brand ’t IJ in Amsterdam and KiKa.
KiKa funds research into all forms of childhood cancer.
Artwork made during residency at Almost Perfect in Taito-ku, Tokyo.
Inspired by the masks sold at the market stalls in Asakusa and the shoji frames that are used as doors and windows in Tokyo.
Season’s Greetings from the Art Associates Amsterdam! The Christmas tree turns into a New Years’ rocket when opening the card.
Artwork made during residency at Almost Perfect in Taito-ku, Tokyo. In this series, three examples of the use of Japanese ceramics are shown (goldfish pond, ramen bowl and Ikebana vase).
The ‘Kingyo’ illustration was also used as a cover on the Tokyoiter.
Hand lettering illustration as a Christmas campaign key visual for Brussels’ public transport system.
Project for Sint-Truiden, a historic city in the north of Belgium. They rebuild there terraces and wanted to promote them with my work! Jasmijn has designed a logo and made illustrations to be used on promotion materials such as: placemats, stickers, flags and beer mats.
Illustration for an article on organizing your home when you’ve got ADHD or mental health issues.
For the column ‘The Home You Own’ in the Washington Post.
Image created for the website of the creative directory Found, it pops up when there are no search results.
Client: Found (USA), Creative direction: Michael Warning.
An illustration for Management Scope on how companies are making progress at being more diverse and inclusive, despite some reluctance.
“Life is good” Created illustrations for the new collection of SanCarloWorld products.
A journey of flavors and colors through Italy, because in the end … # lavitaèbuona!
Part of the Viewpoints Exhibition 2020 highlighting the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. My mural was on the theme of Equality.
Artwork for the podcast “AI for Real”. Client: SAS D(N)A LAB analytics and BNR.
JeRoen Murré made this cover illustration for Volkskrant newspaper. Football has become a sport of data analysts. New digital techniques behind the game, the development of tactical doodles from coaches to digital data devouring analysts.
illustrations for Helseutvalget – Gay & lesbian health Norway. Working for better sexual health – no matter who you are and who you love.
Personal project in progress – Drop caps decorated with caricatures of bands or musicians with their respective initial.
Travel around the world ‘Reis rond de wereld’ Campaign to celebrate the holidays in the Netherlands during the summer of 2020. Made for Jumbo Supermarkets
A print design for Creatives Against Covid, an initiative to raise money for domestic abuse and childline services in Ireland.
A screen print made for the 59 Parks project celebrating the USA’s national parks.
Illustrations based on the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Design Skills, Principles and Practices workshop run by the Design Council in January 2020.
The near future of France, explored for an exhibition by Google France and tech magazine Usbek&Rica.
Submission for the “100 Days 100 Commissions” initiative to mitigate the impact of Covid-19 effects on the creative industry. Launched by Affinity.
Surrounded by nature, always breathe fresh air and still live in the heart of the city. Vertical forests.
Origins illustration and logo for the whole Perla coffee product line for Albert Heijn supermarket, The Netherlands
Illustrations for eDRV, a developer of management software for electric vehicle charging networks.
You enjoy the advantages of living together without having to deal with the disadvantages. Made for Elle Living magazine.
Hedof illustrated this 4 volume book design for “Toronto Tomorrow”. A proposal that will transform Toronto’s eastern waterfront into one of the most innovative districts in the world.
Together with BBC Storyworks, Jasmijn created these illustrations for an interactive map of the Seychelles Islands for Seychelles travel. Many thanks to BBC Storyworks team for this amazing result.
Trout, cockles and chard dish. For Amsterdam restaurant “Hemelse modder” cookbook
New app where Albert Heijn supermarket customers can save digitally at a high interest rate.
Illustration for Diabc, a Dutch magazine for Diabetes patients.
Poster, illustration and design for the Dutch Aeropress Championship 2015, Oosterdok Amsterdam.
Commissioned by Coffeecompany.nl.
Characters for the Domino Challengers campaign of Plus supermarket. Soon on RTL4 as well!
Agency: Wunderman Thompson Amsterdam.
Foróige Clubs are a safe, enjoyable place for young people to hang out, meet new friends, get involved in activities and have a voice.
A healthy start for mother and child in Africa. Vastenactie Christmas booklet for donating members.
Artwork made during a residency at Almost Perfect in Taito-ku, Tokyo. Inspired by the city and its people, Iris drew a geisha letting her hair down.
Displayed as three panels during her show ‘A few hours in Tokyo’ in July 2022.
This is Us production, with posters, T-shirts and buttons to promote the “Vandalize ugly opinions” campaign.
Series of illustrations for ‘The Big Debt Preventionbook’. A publication by Diversion with the aim of preventing financial problems amongst young people. “With this book we want to inspire all of those, who can make a substantial contribution to prevent debts among young people, to take the challenge and offer youngsters something that works. So that maybe it becomes one happy combination: young people and money.”