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Pieter Van Eenoge
posted on July 31, 2013 at 8:47
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'Cyber crime' - Humo nr. 3803/30

Source: Humo

Rhonald Blommestijn
posted on July 30, 2013 at 9:04
Rhonald's website

Cover article about cyber warfare in the NRC Economy section.

Source: NRC Handelsblad

Ellis van der Does
posted on July 29, 2013 at 15:55
Ellis's website

This illustration is part of my graduation project "Think outside the coffin". A project that shows how illustration can be used to personalize a funeral. All the illustrations together give a good overview of someone's life. This illustration is about the house someone grew up in.

Otto Graphic
posted on July 29, 2013 at 10:00
Otto's website

Moguls cover up media content which jeopardises their financial interests.

Source: NY Times

Luke Waller
posted on July 28, 2013 at 11:00
Luke's website

Novelist Nicola Barker writes about her nasty foot incidents and the special art of emoticons.

Source: The Financial Times UK

Tom Rees
posted on July 27, 2013 at 9:58
Tom's website

Done in response to Carl Sagan's message to Mars: "Maybe we’re on Mars because of the magnificent science that can be done there — the gates of the wonder world are opening in our time. Maybe we’re on Mars because we have to be, because there’s a deep nomadic impulse built into us by the evolutionary process — we come, after all, from hunter-gatherers, and for 99.9% of our tenure on Earth we’ve been wanderers. And the next place to wander to is Mars. But whatever the reason you’re on Mars is, I’m glad you’re there. And I wish I was with you."

Source: www.tomreesillustration.com

Boyeon Choi
posted on July 26, 2013 at 8:58
Boyeon's website

Poster of 'SoFA' , Society of frustrated Artists', an imaginary art residency where artists get cured for art-related symptoms.

Source: www.societyoffrustratedartists.org

Pieter Van Eenoge
posted on July 25, 2013 at 14:30
Pieter's website

'Staycation' - Vrij Nederland zomercover

Source: Vrij Nederland

Max Philippi
posted on July 25, 2013 at 9:42
Max's website

State of Scarcity is an interactive story about reuse, decultivation and hexagonal architecture. In the sunny village of Wrighton lives the Femino family. Through their daily efforts, the shopping is done, meetings are held at the office, and the end of the world is averted. That’s because Wrighton is a village built by a group of smart people who once decided that the total destruction of everything ever was undesirable. They decided to step out of the old world and build a new one: a world of decultivation, reuse and hexagonal architecture. A digital application follows the family for a day: the day of Ritchie Femino's birthday, when a modest party is held.
View the application "State of Scarcity" at http://goo.gl/sy1K8

Source: http://goo.gl/sy1K8

Rebecca Bird
posted on July 24, 2013 at 9:05
Rebecca's website

A graphic depiction of an unidentifiable ailment.

Source: http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/05/20/blood/

Rhonald Blommestijn
posted on July 23, 2013 at 9:07
Rhonald's website

Phantom Pain

Source: for NRC Wetenschap

Gees Voorhees
posted on July 22, 2013 at 20:31
Gees's website

We have some weird rules in Holland regarding nudism. There are many spots where it's not illegal, but you might still get a fine when they catch you doing it. A fine that you can very easily get dismissed again.

Source: VPRO Magazine

Matthijs Sluiter
posted on July 22, 2013 at 9:35
Matthijs's website

Illustration for a poster for 'Poëzie aan de waterkant' / Poetry at the water's edge, an annual festival for poetry and singer-songwriters in The Hague. This year's edition aims to fuse poetry and fashion.

Source: http://tinyurl.com/poezieaandewaterkant

Jayde Perkin
posted on July 21, 2013 at 10:51
Jayde's website

Self-initiated editorial illustration about the perception of body-image, brought on by the characters that emerge at the seaside in British summer time

Andy Robert Davies
posted on July 20, 2013 at 19:16
Andy Robert's website

Ah, the British summer!

Rueben Millenaar
posted on July 20, 2013 at 9:41
Rueben's website

Summer in the Netherlands: as soon as there's a tiny bit of sun every Dutch person will move heaven and earth in order to enjoy it. A comical and touching phenomena.

Anne Stalinski
posted on July 19, 2013 at 8:37
Anne's website

The first real Summer days are here!

Luke Waller
posted on July 18, 2013 at 8:53
Luke's website

For Sadler’s Wells’ artistic director, the next Nijinsky or Nureyev will not come from ballet – but from hip-hop

Source: The Financial Times UK

Rob de Jong
posted on July 17, 2013 at 7:54
Rob's website

Dutch wildlife: the wolf. Discovered: summer 2013. Habitat: Dutch media.

Source: Netherlands Public Broadcasting - NOS News

Sebe Emmelot
posted on July 16, 2013 at 14:04
Sebe's website

The violation of women and womenrights by civilians and army in Egypt's power vacuum.

Source: NRC Next

Nina Broersen
posted on July 16, 2013 at 8:29
Nina's website

I visualized my own visions on the future: visions based on recent developments in technology and science. I got my inspiration from illustrations from around 1900 where people drew the future, with all kinds of strange inventions. Some drawings are very accurate and some are really ridiculous. This is one screenprint poster of a series of five.

Source: www.ninani.nl

Leendert Masselink
posted on July 15, 2013 at 9:45
Leendert's website

Everybody is networking, everybody but one...

Source: http://www.elsevier.nl/

Joshua Ross
posted on July 14, 2013 at 14:30
Joshua's website

This is an editorial piece I created for an article about a computer in the 70's that predicted that if we continued to operate the world as a financial operation the whole planet would simply fall apart. It's a screenprint.

Source: http://cargocollective.com/joshross

Otto Graphic
posted on July 13, 2013 at 9:09
Otto's website

Simon Jenkins on the vulgarity of London's new tall buildings.

Source: the Guardian

Evelien Breeman
posted on July 12, 2013 at 9:45
Evelien's website

Illustration for the online magazine Bombommer. The theme was insomnia caused by smartphones. Unfortunately it was never published because the magazine stopped.

Source: www.evelienbreeman.nl

Cyprian Koscielniak
posted on July 12, 2013 at 9:40
Cyprian's website

Vacation at last! Children have the right to be bored. Meanwhile the body has the time to grow.

Source: NRC Handelsblad. July 2013

Ted Struwer
posted on July 11, 2013 at 8:29
Ted's website

Drawing from the project 'Waiting for sweetness' ("Wachten op het zoet"). I followed and portrayed three victims of the economic crisis. With three graphic stories I tried to give the crisis a more human face - in the media there's already more than enough attention numbers and statistics.

Source: www.wachtenophetzoet.nl

Jasper Rietman
posted on July 10, 2013 at 8:46
Jasper's website

Depression often goes untreated or undiagnosed for some time and people are allowed to work under those circumstances. In turn, that causes a lack of production and a downturn in the economy. Comparative-effectiveness research is expensive but might have long-term economic benefits.

Source: The New York Times Magazine, July 7, 2013,

Maëlle Doliveux
posted on July 9, 2013 at 8:49
Maëlle's website

Poster for Ian Monk's book of poetry "Plouk Town". The book is set in the unsavory ghetto of a contemporary French city. It is comprised of a series of eleven poems that each have ‘x’ number of words in ‘x’ number of lines in ‘x’ number of stanzas, where x begins at 1, and ends at 11.

Gees Voorhees
posted on July 8, 2013 at 10:29
Gees's website

What makes people in groups behave the way they do?

Source: Volkskrant

Merel Corduwener
posted on July 8, 2013 at 8:54
Merel's website

Sometimes everyday feels like a race for succes... and being stuck in the traffic jam is part of that.

Source: www.merelcorduwener.com

Evelien Breeman
posted on July 7, 2013 at 9:33
Evelien's website

Illustration for my website about the history of the District Kanaleneiland in the Dutch city of Utrecht.

Source: www.evelienbreeman.nl

Marta Ignerska
posted on July 6, 2013 at 10:12
Marta's website

Article about homosexuals and HIV.

Source: For "Gazeta Wyborcza" / Warsaw / Poland

Han Hoogerbrugge
posted on July 5, 2013 at 14:49
Han's website

Farm lobby against the seven-headed Euro monster.

Source: Vrij Nederland

Max Kisman
posted on July 5, 2013 at 8:38
Max's website

To day or not to day #60. Rather a bungler than a coward: greed is necessary for our prosperity. "Greed works" was the motto of Gordon Gekko, the investor of the Oliver Stone film "Wall Street" and an icon of the hedonistic eighties. But after the financial crisis, money is gradually getting a bad reputation. Bankers only seem to hunt for bonuses and don't have an eye for their customers any longer. As far as Finance Minister De Jager concerns the profession soon is subjected to a financial Disciplinary Board. A well-known Dutch criminal lawyer appeared before the disciplinary committee of his own profession. He wants to be payed in cash, but then let the apprentice do the work. And many consider the grocer and plumber to have fallen prey to greed. They think only of their own financial gain, leaving the consumer out in the cold with rotting fruit and leaky faucets. An unsuspecting customer pays his bills anyway.

Source: Het Financieele Dagblad, Saturday 29 September 2012.

Manon de Jong
posted on July 4, 2013 at 7:45
Manon's website

Beneath the pavement lies the beach. (Onder de stoeptegels ligt het strand). Within the structure of the city lies a hidden world of possibilities.

Source: www.manondejong.nl

Carolien Westermann
posted on July 3, 2013 at 8:14
Carolien's website

What do media like television and computer do with our daily reality? The main character Isa in my first graphic novel called 'Flood', is unhappy about her normal life. One evening when she turns on the television, she discovers her alto ego, her mediated self. This ideal version of herself takes her to an addictive world where everything is exciting and colorful.

Source: www.carolienwestermann.nl

Erik Kriek
posted on July 2, 2013 at 11:39
Erik's website

Key promotional art for a theatrical play, a monologue in fact, by Rob Evans called: the Ballad of Pondlife McGurk. This is the norwegian version: Ballad for a Toadface.

Source: Teatret Vårt in Molde, Norway

Rob de Jong
posted on July 2, 2013 at 8:25
Rob's website

Privacy Lost. Britain's spy agency GCHQ collects and stores vast quantities of global email messages, Facebook posts, internet histories and calls and shares them with its American partner NSA.

Source: The Guardian

Max Kisman
posted on July 1, 2013 at 17:21
Max's website

To day or not to day #59: Hezbollah's military intervention in Syria is a necessary but costly decision. The once celebrated "national resistance" is now showing its ugly sectarian face. Hezbollah's role in Syria in Lebanon puts old feuds on the edge. The West must not delude it selve that Hezbollah supporters will turn against their leaders now their sons return from Syria in body bags. On the contrary, the Lebanese Shiites bury their martyrs subdued. Their portraits are hung alongside those of their predecessors.

Source: Het Financieele Dagblad, Saturday 29 June 2013. Essay by Leo Kwarten, Arabist and consultant for companies operating in the Middle East.

Doeke van Nuil
posted on July 1, 2013 at 9:05
Doeke's website

Illustration in VPRO gids about a TV show on different types of prostitutes in the Netherlands.

Source: www.vpro.nl

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