Part of the book series What’s the issue? The series tackles current subjects, with a focus on critical thinking, debate and encouraging one’s own informed opinions. It is aimed at teenagers but suitable for everyone.
Future Humans reflects on what the future might be like with advancements in technology. With a focus in evolution, it provides hypotheses on how we might control and change our minds and bodies in future times, the treatment of disease and disability and our relationship with death.
1 July Keti Koti, Dutch national commemoration of the abolition of slavery 150 years ago. But 100 years before the abolition of slavery, they already revolted.
QUEST science magazine wrote 6 stories about freedom fighters that should not be forgotten: Anton de Kom, Massavana, Ma Pansa, Boni, Coffij, Tula & Sablika
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.
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.
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.
illustration all about fun, modern approaches of doing homework for Klasse Magazine.
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.
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.”