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1
Masha Pikulina
 
posted on November 30, 2015 at 7:59
 
Masha's website

An illustration for an article featuring a feminist fetish escort.

Source: https://www.mindshakes.com/feminist-en-fetisj-escort-jantje-kruimel-bewijst-dat-het-kan

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Olivia Ettema
 
posted on November 29, 2015 at 10:44
 
Olivia's website

For the series X&Y by Franca Treur: 'Prejudiced' Part of a series of morality sketches sharing the inner-thoughts of contemporary humans. In these images I tried to create an atmosphere that connects to the loneliness, the emptiness and the vanity of modern life.

Source: NRC Handelsblad

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Jasper Rietman
 
posted on November 28, 2015 at 8:12
 
Jasper's website

Beware of China's Safety Record

Source: The International New York Times

37
Maus Bullhorst
 
posted on November 27, 2015 at 9:58
 
Maus's website

Illustration for Vlaardingen magazine about two volunteers named Hamza and Ayoub who are helping a young boy to get his confidence back. 'We are like brothers to him'.

Source: http://mausbaus.com/Brothers

1
Samet Oruc
 
posted on November 26, 2015 at 9:21
 

This illustration portrays the lives of innocent civilians stuck in the heart of a war zone. In spite of the violence and adversity that these people coexist with in their everyday lives, they seek to maintain a daily routine ignoring their surroundings. The blue and white Albert Heijn shopping bag, carried by the woman, is a subtle reference to Western consumerism and an attempt to vanish the cultural ’us and them’ notion that is fuelling the East and West dichotomy.

1
Marit de Wolf
 
posted on November 25, 2015 at 8:54
 
Marit's website

Next to all the violence in Paris and other countries there is also another, more quiet, hidden form of violence, towards children. Taskforce Child abuse is asking our attention for this problem. This illustration is about the importance of forensics when child abuse is suspected.

Source: NCRV gids (TV guide)

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Tzenko Stoyanov
 
posted on November 24, 2015 at 9:28
 
Tzenko's website

'Young blood'- old mice undergo a rejuvenation when they get injected blood from youngsters. Does it work with humans?

Source: VPRO Gids

18
Leonie Bos
 
posted on November 23, 2015 at 8:51
 
Leonie's website

Illustration about Windows 10.

Source: Plus Magazine

34
Job van der Molen
 
posted on November 22, 2015 at 9:26
 
Job's website

Cover illustration and design for the new Christmas single of Dutch singer songwriter Rogier Pelgrim.

Source: rogierpelgrim.nl

19
Leendert Masselink
 
posted on November 21, 2015 at 9:45
 
Leendert's website

Cover illustration for VPRO-gids about large ships fishing illegally causing great damage.

Source: www.vpro.nl

10
Mark Butcher
 
posted on November 20, 2015 at 10:00
 
Mark's website

In this Information Age paper is becoming a relic. Paper is something I pile beneath my laptop to make it a more comfortable height for me to type on.

Source: http://markfuatch.tumblr.com/

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Marco Jeurissen
 
posted on November 19, 2015 at 9:17
 
Marco's website

Due to the hybridization of life- and clothing styles, consumer marketing specialists find it harder and harder to pinpoint consumer groups.

Source: RW

18
Gijs Kast
 
posted on November 18, 2015 at 9:05
 
Gijs's website

The boss - mean and ugly. Illustration to an article in which the author says that proper bosses are nasty people. If you're too nice you won't be able to take charge. Bosses should be unfriendly and employees should hate them.

Source: UWV (magazine)

4
Dace Sietina
 
posted on November 17, 2015 at 10:52
 
Dace's website

Illustration in NRC Handelsblad for the Tom Holland book review 'Dynasty'. Emperor Nero playing the lire while Romes is burning down.

Source: http://www.nrc.nl/handelsblad/2015/10/23/macht-en-bedrog-op-de-romeinse-matras-1548259

37
Elis Wilk
 
posted on November 16, 2015 at 9:25
 
Elis's website

Article in Décapage on authors and provocation, and how authors build their media character.

Source: http://revuedecapage.blogspot.be/

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Karolis Strautniekas
 
posted on November 15, 2015 at 9:14
 
Karolis's website

007 Spectre. I was invited to celebrate a film of the week together with Delve.

Source: http://shop.delveweekly.com

33
Ted Struwer
 
posted on November 14, 2015 at 9:28
 
Ted's website

Samer (45 years old, living in Idlib, Syria) lives in a safe house on the countryside of Syria. There are many families living there in shelter, amongst them Samers children, her husband and his second wife. Men and women have seperate homes, which forces Samer to live in a small room together with her 'sister wife', whom she does not even like. The bathroom is the only place for couples to secretly meet up with each other, as it's the only place that is private. A couple of months ago her sister wife and their husband started meeting each other there, while Samer had to stand guard. Yes, it makes her sad, but what else should she do? It is her husband and he has his rights and needs, she says. It has become a sad part of Samers daily life in refuge. ––––– #Womenofsyria tells the stories of real Syrian women. Not refugees, but the ones that stayed behind. The project uses illustrations instead of photos mainly because the women are afraid of being exposed to the regime of Assad.

Source: Women of Syria (www.womenofsyria.com)

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Jake Richardson
 
posted on November 13, 2015 at 15:30
 
Jake's website

Treating mental health issues with medication.

Source: http://jakerichardson.co.uk

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Ted Struwer
 
posted on November 13, 2015 at 11:10
 
Ted's website

Amal (30, still living in the countryside of Syria) is a former teacher, feminist and freedom fighter in Syria. She tries to fill her life with positive energy while fighting for her ideals: gender equality, room for alternative thoughts and self-development. Even though she covered her face, she recently got recognized during a demonstration and betrayed. She was fired. ––––– #Womenofsyria tells the stories of real Syrian women. Not refugees, but the ones that stayed behind. The project uses illustrations instead of photos mainly because the women are afraid of being exposed to the regime of Assad.

Source: Women of Syria, Syrian Women's Network

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Jasper Rietman
 
posted on November 12, 2015 at 13:54
 
Jasper's website

'How much domestic space do you need for a decent life?' About the drive for more living room contrasted with a decline in social housing and a decreased interest in housing standards.

Source: The Guardian

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Ted Struwer
 
posted on November 12, 2015 at 8:59
 
Ted's website

Ola (30 years old, still living in Damascus, Syria) heard of a Syrian rumor: soldiers of the Assad regime abuse the innocence of children to find out the political preferences of their parents. Ola taught her son to lie, and tell the officers that he and his family support Assad. ––––– #Womenofsyria tells the stories of real Syrian women. Not refugees, but the ones that stayed behind. The project uses illustrations instead of photos mainly because the women are afraid of being exposed to the regime of Assad.

Source: Women of Syria, Syrian Women's Network

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Olivia Ettema
 
posted on November 11, 2015 at 7:57
 
Olivia's website

For the series X&Y by Franca Treur: "Helping"" Part of a series of morality sketches sharing the inner-thoughts of contemporary humans. In these images I tried to create an atmosphere that connects to the loneliness, the emptiness and the vanity of modern life.

Source: NRC Handelsblad

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Ted Struwer
 
posted on November 10, 2015 at 17:33
 
Ted's website

Ramziyah (42 years old, still living in the north of Syria) only went to school for six years, but fell in love with poetry after finding poems while cleaning her brothers room. She got married at the age of 16 and forgot about her passion, until four years ago the demonstrations started: she started hoping for a better life, and started writing poems again. When she walks through the streets of her hometown Aleppo, she imagines she writes poems on the tiles. ––––– #Womenofsyria tells the stories of real Syrian women. Not refugees, but the ones that stayed behind. The project uses illustrations instead of photos mainly because the women are afraid of being exposed to the regime of Assad.

Source: Women of Syria, Syrian Women's Network

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Maus Bullhorst
 
posted on November 10, 2015 at 9:46
 
Maus's website

Illustration about a Moroccan boy named Hafid who is in danger of becoming a criminal. Which path will he choose? From an essay by Hans Werdmölder in Trouw Newspaper.

Source: Trouw

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Ted Struwer
 
posted on November 9, 2015 at 14:40
 
Ted's website

This is Mira, she's 50 years old and lives in Damascus, Syria. She is the only one of her family and friends that still lives in the war zone. Mira's got all of her friends keys and even though they have all left to seek refuge elsewhere, she keeps visiting their homes. To water the plants and, as the loneliness is starting to drive her mad, even to talk to the plants. –––––

#Womenofsyria tells the stories of real Syrian women. Not refugees, but the ones that stayed behind. The project uses illustrations instead of photos mainly because the women are afraid of being exposed to the regime of Assad. Illustration Daily is promoting this project by publishing a story each day. read the blog post: http://www.illustrationdaily.com/blog?id=59

Source: Women of Syria, Syrian Women's Network

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Mitch Blunt
 
posted on November 9, 2015 at 7:50
 
Mitch's website

Escape From Math Phobia: Community College Students Find Strength in Numbers

Source: Carnegie Reporter

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Ayala Tal
 
posted on November 8, 2015 at 9:39
 
Ayala's website

A new report finds increasing inspector's violence towards refugees in Israel .There is no supervising authority above to monitor it.

Source: http://www.ha-makom.co.il/article/amit-meyer-pakahim

1
Pierre-Paul Pariseau
 
posted on November 7, 2015 at 10:24
 
Pierre-Paul's website

Illustration for The Wall Street Journal. Article 'Where to stash the cash?' about companies that are making tons of money and don't know where to put it. In vestment abroad? Deposit it in accounts? etc....

9
Lobke van Aar
 
posted on November 6, 2015 at 8:46
 
Lobke's website

'Riding with the wind', a tribute to Jeroen Bosch (1450-1516) for the exhibition 'Bosch Grafisch Souvenir'.

Source: http://www.gadenbosch.nl/tentoonstelling.php?id=222&nav=tr

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Rhonald Blommestijn
 
posted on November 5, 2015 at 8:50
 
Rhonald's website

Doctors have trouble dealing with with sleeping pill addicts.

Source: de Standaard

4
Dace Sietina
 
posted on November 4, 2015 at 8:47
 
Dace's website

Illustration about the Anders Rydell book review 'De plunderaars', about Nazi obsession for art, and Hitlers admiration for Henry Ford, he even kept Ford's life-size portrait next to his desk.

Source: http://www.nrc.nl/handelsblad/2015/09/25/wij-zijn-allen-nazis-1537840

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Ellen Mandemaker
 
posted on November 3, 2015 at 11:12
 
Ellen's website

The first weedbiography is published: 'Just say yes: a marijuana memoir' by Catherine Hiller. She describes the daily joy of 50 years of smoking marijuana.

Source: Volkskrant Magazine

18
Gijs Kast
 
posted on November 2, 2015 at 19:28
 
Gijs's website

Milkshake – police under attack. For an article about increasing violence against police officers, after recent incidents in Amsterdam, where policemen were bombarded by the public.

Source: Parool

16
Karol Banach
 
posted on November 2, 2015 at 8:52
 
Karol's website

Cover illustration for Washington Post travel section. It's for article about frequency asked questions about tickets, cards, airplanes, trips, holidays with children and other stuff.

Source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/

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Olivia Ettema
 
posted on November 1, 2015 at 9:29
 
Olivia's website

For the series X&Y by Franca Treur: "Important to know." Part of a series of morality sketches sharing the inner-thoughts of contemporary humans. In these images I tried to create an atmosphere that connects to the loneliness, the emptiness and the vanity of modern life.

Source: NRC Handelsblad



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