illustration for the Blue Pages Fly Responsibly section for KLM Holland Herald. Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) that is made from waste and residues.
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.
A healthy start for mother and child in Africa. Vastenactie Christmas booklet for donating members.
Red Light? No, Green Light District! The heart of the city of Amsterdam is densely populated and the most visited square kilometer in Europe. The Green Light District project will transform the centre into a future-proof, sustainable and iconic piece of Amsterdam. The project will hereby set an example to the rest of the Netherlands and the world.
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.
Origins illustration and logo for the whole Perla coffee product line for Albert Heijn supermarket, The Netherlands
Header for the blog Obscure Edibles, which shares recipes for marihuana based treats.
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.
Focussing on core brand values: making an impact, pushing boundaries and working with and for people.
This is Us production, with posters, T-shirts and buttons to promote the “Vandalize ugly opinions” campaign.
Jazzy diptych based on the famous, and notorious, old jazzclub ‘Mephisto Palace’. In collaboration with Joren Joshua.
Dimensions: 17 x 10 m and 15 x 3,5 m.
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.
Illustration for Diabc, a Dutch magazine for Diabetes patients.
Illustrations as part of the restyling of one of the best artisanal ice cream salons in the Netherlands (Blaricum). Online, ice cups, posters etc.
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.
Poster, illustration and design for the Dutch Aeropress Championship 2015, Oosterdok Amsterdam.
Commissioned by Coffeecompany.nl.
Mural for Mindpark / Think Open Space, a co-working space in Helsingborg, Sweden. In collaboration with Joren Joshua, curated by Kulturhotellet.
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.
Illustrations based on the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Design Skills, Principles and Practices workshop run by the Design Council in January 2020.
Illustrations for a book about the positive effects music has on people. Specifically on people with special needs living in the Philadelphia care institutions.
What’s going on in the video game world? You will discover that in this interesting new podcast from Business News Radio.
Submission for the “100 Days 100 Commissions” initiative to mitigate the impact of Covid-19 effects on the creative industry. Launched by Affinity.
Label design for a collaboration between Two Chefs Brewing and Moersleutel (wrench) Craft Brewery.
Rocky Road is a peanut butter marshmallow choco cherry stout.
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.
Illustration for the Voraciously section of The Washington Post, depicting the Christmas gifts offered by the newspaper.
Artists’ book. ‘Pensieri Dolci’ (Sweet Thoughts) is the outcome of a 3 weeks artistic residency at Print Club Torino.
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.
Art With Impact promotes mental wellness by creating space for young people to learn and connect through art and media.
Illustrations for the Dutch National Cyber Security Center on several notable developments in the field of Cyber Security.
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.
Illustrations for the Justice Innovation Forum 2021, organised by The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law.
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.
Artwork for the podcast “AI for Real”. Client: SAS D(N)A LAB analytics and BNR.
Illustrations about the danger of burns while camping. Client: ANWB – Kampeerkampioen
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.
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.
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.
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.
Experimental collaboration for 36 Days Of Type. Important was to explore and experiment and have some fun.
Mural for KLM Airlines’ 75 anniversary of their Amsterdam – Lisbon connection. Painted in downtown Lisbon with Portuguese artist AkaCorleone.
If all damage claims come at the same time, illustration NRC Handelsblad
A very complex series of illustrations covering more than 50 meters. The aim was to provide children with an illustrated journey of love and friendship through the story.
Inforgraphic that explains the use of residual heat from the factory for households in the Rotterdam area.
Series of artworks for Gemeente Eindhoven. These images aim to show dynamic processes and their aesthetics in the High Tech Industry, which is established in the surroundings.
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.
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 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.
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.
Icons for Spotlight, an automated due diligence tool that enables people to make safe, accurate grant application decisions.
Cyprian created a more than 50 meters long mural in the AMC Children’s hospital in Amsterdam. A love story between a girl and a boy. The images are inspired by the Vondelpark and Leidseplein square in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Where and how will we live in 2030? illustration and infographics for BPD (Building fund Property Development)
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.
“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.
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).
Rembrandt was the superhero painter of his time. He is still one of the most famous painters in the world.
Pilot-based and demos hope for government support. Infographic for Chemistry Magazine
Dutch sellers cannot do without the paints of AkzoNobel and PPG survive. With sophisticated contracts, the manufacturers control the paint trade.
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“).
Pattern of funny people freaking out while shopping. (This illustration is a winner at Creative Quarterly No.59).
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).
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.
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.
Season’s Greetings from the Art Associates Amsterdam! The Christmas tree turns into a New Years’ rocket when opening the card.
Series of illustrations on several important topics for businesses. 7 quick wins wich will protect you from cybercrimes.
Cover illustration for an evaluation report on Virtual Reality, for NHTV (Breda University of Applied Sciences).
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.
An illustration for Advocatie Magazine on the uncertainty for lawyers due to significant investments in legal tech by the Big Four.
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.”