Coloring for Humanitas
A coloring page for the 65th anniversary of Humanitas.
During the celebration of the 65th anniversary children were invited to color the drawing.
You can find the winning entry here.
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shoes for Humanitas
made in 2011
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A postcard for the volunteers of humanitas
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back to back Humanitas
This image represents two people who are there unconditionally for each other. Back to back they protect each other often they have gone on a long journey together. The Humanitas blue symbolizes acceptance, limits and obligations of life and refers to Humanitas, which will always be there for these people. The image speaks of the reality and the persistence of the volunteers. It shows that we never have to be alone.
People who for more than 10 years, volunteer at Humanitas receive a gift in the form of an artwork. Humanitas asked me to create the art work for these volunteers. I created two designs.
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Humanitas 10 year anniversary volunteers
Volunteers, carers, helping people all those people who work in the shadows. With this work, the invisible is made visible. color is given to the people who provide light and color in others. The person asking for help is now not the central point of attention. He now stands as shadow hand in hand with an invisible friend. Although the two men are reflected in the shadows are full of color and energy. The head of the upright care user is out of the image in order to focus attention on the shadow people.
People who for more than 10 years, volunteer at Humanitas receive a gift in the form
of an artwork. Humanitas asked me to create the art work for these volunteers. I
created two designs.
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Humanitas new years card
Humanitas asked me to design the New Years card of 2016
Commissioned work, 2016
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Dag van de mantelzorg (day for family care) exhibition
During the Dag van de mantelzorg there was an exhibition. Caregivers proudly exhibited
their own creations at an exhibition in A-kerk. The caregivers did workshops where they
made their creations during the weeks before the exhibition.
I together with Frits Hesseling from Minerva curated the exhibition. I also made the flyers, Posters and name tags.
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