ABOUT THIS WORK
Illustration for Diabc, a Dutch magazine for Diabetes patients.
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.
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.
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.
Header for the blog Obscure Edibles, which shares recipes for marihuana based treats.
Stickers designed for animation studio New Motive, to be send out as holiday greetings to clients.
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.
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.
Concept art for the ‘Times Are Changing’ campaign for Unox, promoting their range of vegetarian smoked sausage.
Spot illustrations for the website of the Poster Scouts, illustrating how their process works.