And finally, my first exposition is a fact. I had lots of fun last friday filling a huge glass cabinet with my children’s book illustrations and lots of cute props! Here are some photos of the result: The library asked me to fill a huge 2 by 2 glass cabinet near the entrance. I even reprinted some of my older work — I used to draw childrens book illustrations when I was still in high school. The little black sheep is a recurring character. Recently, I discovered the animations of Shawn the Sheep and I realised how much they look alike! “De Raaf en de Vos” (The Fox and the Raven) is still one of my favorites. I think it really looks good as this glossy A2 poster! I translated the poem (the original is in french) to Dutch prose, so that children who don’t know the story can read it in the library. The penguins! I love the penguins. I have friend who dreams of becoming a professor. He loves penguins, so I made him this poster years ago. Now I could borrow his collection of stuffed penguins for the exposition. Another friend loaned me his Lego model of the Mars Rover Curiosity (which is very, very cool. I cannot stress this enough. Lego & science = awesome!) My sister picked up the stuffed hedgehog for me so I could recreate the “for science!” t-shirt design with stuffed animals and a real Erlenmeyer flask. Thanks, sis! If you want to take a look at the exposition in real life, you can find it here: Bibliotheek Hatert Couwenbergstraat 20 6535RZ Nijmegen (The Netherlands) The library is open on the following days: monday: 13:00 – 17:00 wednesday: 11:00 – 17:00 thursday: 13:00 – 17:00 friday: 13:00 – 17:00 I’m organising an exposition in the local library. Here’s an update on my progress. Yesterday I went to the citycentre and bought a huge folder for transporting the printed illustrations for the exposition. The folder is large enough for A2 poster prints (75 cm x 53 cm) and it even has a handle so I can take it with me on my bike — although I must say that cycling with the folder gave me the impression I was kite-surfing through the streets of Nijmegen. Next, I visited the printer and had all the smaller prints (A3 and A4) printed on beautiful glossy card stock! The two larger A2 posters I already printed on the A0 poster printer at the university. I’m so excited! My first exposition is coming up. If you are in the neighbourhood, you can visit an exposition of my children’s book illustrations in the local library, Bibliotheek Hatert, from next week onwards. Last week I’ve been busy collecting all kinds of props (mostly stuffed animals) and getting my artwork ready for the printer. Karpe Noktem is hosting a cocktail party next week! I was asked to make a poster for the university campus. The last year I’ve been working on my illustrator skills and nowadays when I have to design a poster, I try to make the design as a vector. I’m really happy about how this one turned out. I’m learning new things every day! Radboud University has a new marketing campaign with the title ‘Change perspective’. I made this poster to spice up the walls in the Mercator Building, where all the computer science offices are situated. It features an impossible triangle, which can be found in the works of the Dutch artist M.C. Escher. Source.