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Krista van der Niet
 
posted on September 15, 2016 at 7:35
 
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My Dior-stilllife for l'Officiel Hommes, celebrating the 5th anniversary of the Men's-magazine (no turtles were harmed during the shoot)

Source: l'Officiel Hommes (NL)

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Krista van der Niet
 
posted on September 5, 2016 at 7:49
 
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A spread I made for Parool (PS) for an article about gossiping in the workplace, which isn't necessarily a negative thing. Research has shown the positive side-effects of gossiping with colleagues.

Source: Parool (supplement PS) 26th august

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Krista van der Niet
 
posted on August 29, 2016 at 7:27
 
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Cover for Parool PS, my still life on the topic "why are cooking-programmes on TV so popular?"

Source: Parool newspaper

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Krista van der Niet
 
posted on February 8, 2016 at 8:07
 
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Photograph made for an upcoming event by Toneelgroep Oostpool, called Club Oostpool #Playroom. An evening-programme full of inspiration and interviews with creators and actors from the theatre-world. I wanted to celebrate the nightlife, but also the downside of (maybe) having a hangover afterwards.

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Krista van der Niet
 
posted on August 7, 2015 at 12:40
 
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I made this photo for the V-Zomer magazine (a special magazine that comes with the Volkskrant on saturdays during the summer). The article was about food-scientist Coraline Barends who researched and trained babies into eating vegetables in an early stage, so that when they grow up and get older, they will benefit from this early start and thus eat more vegetables and enjoy it more. I wanted to exaggerate the aim and message of the article, so I overloaded a kid with vegetables, to create a temporary sculpture

Source: V-Zomer (25 July)

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Krista van der Niet
 
posted on April 11, 2015 at 8:43
 
Krista's website

For a story called 'Botox-dilemma' in Volkskrant Magazine I created a small and intimate scene that depicts how a lot of women look at themselves (contrary to men).

Source: Volkskrant Magazine



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