From the early days of COUP: one of the many illustrations used for Springdance. The toddler is daughter Afra, who is now a young woman of 18 years old.
Visiting cards Cobra Museum (2018)
An assignment in collaboration with Bart de Baets, Richard Niessen and Bas Koopmans. We all constructed our own Cobra snake to cut into separate business cards. Every employee gets a piece of a snake and becomes a link in the Cobra movement.
— > 3 Kraftwerk illustrations for DIY / Partynews magazine (Lausanne)
Kraftwerk portrayed as Avantgarde artists
— > Typographic portraits for Café Le Faux Rire
Café Le Faux Rire is an artist evening in the café of the Cobra Museum. Le Faux Rire means fake laugh.
— > KNMI Poststamps for TPG Post.
2 Poststamps designed for the dutch Postal Service TPG Post, published on the occasion of the 150-year anniversary of the Royal Dutch Meteorological Institute (KNMI). The sender is offered to create a personal weather report by adding the seals from the margin to the stamps.
— > Gerd Arntz inspired statistics (2014) for the Anne Frank House.
When the Anne Frank House asked COUP to make illustrated statistics about visitors and activities, COUP noticed that the logo of the Anne Frank House exactly looks like a pictogram of Gerd Arntz, famous for creating the statistics for Otto Neurath’s book “Modern man in the making” from the 1940’s.
— > MiniCoup: T-shirt brand for children.
More text and photos will be added later.
— > Party Flyer for LOS for Tivoli, Utrecht.
Los means “loose”, “wild”, or “licentious”…