WE FASHION PACKAGING

In collaboration with the general re-labeling of WE Fashion I designed the accessoiries packaging design for the meanswear department. From concept development to design ready to be implemented.


VIEWPOINT MAGAZINE

New Geology is featured in Viewpoint magazine #38 'Design Futures'.
'Materials of the Anthropocene era' Publication November 2016.
Viewpoint is compiled, edited and designed by FranklinTill Studio.


IMMERSION EVENT AT JAGUAR LAND ROVER

Project: New Geology
Exhibition dates: June, 2016
Jaguar Land Rover Limited, Coventry, England

New Geology is part of Jaguars' internally event to provoke ideas of sustainability through innovative notions and sustainable designs.


MATERFAD BARCELONA What is Next?

Project: New Geology
Exhibition dates: June 2016 - now
Dissseny Hub, Materfad, Centre de materials de Barcelona, Spain

New Geology is part of exhibition 'What is Next?' The exhibition presents a selection of projects and materials constituting important breakthroughs in current design, engineering and architecture. The exhibition has been running since March 2015 at the Disseny Hub Barcelona, where it has been conceived as a "growing" and ever-changing exhibition.


DUTCH DESIGN TALENT AWARD

Every year FONTANEL and Habbekrats present the new generation of Dutch Design Talents. In 2015 I was chosen by the creative platform as one of these new Dutch Design Talents. A very nice movie was made by Habbekrats which you can see >here<


FRAME MAGAZINE

Micro urban mining and New Geology featured in Frame Magazine
'Five directions for tomorrows materials: embracing the Anthropocene'
Frame publication #107 Nov/Dec 2015

Frame magazine features the Micro Urban Mining project, the proposal for harvesting valuable metals found in e-waste. Also New Geology, which questions our perception of nature in the Anthropocene: the name Dutch chemist Paul Crutzen gave to the present geological epoch. These cross sections and polyester-resin tiles, impregnated with plastic bags and the like, simulate the effects of human influence on the earth's crust.


EXPOSITION AT DUTCH DESIGN WEEK

Project: Micro Urban Mining
Exhibition Dates: October 17th - 25th, 2015
Sectie C, hal 6, entrance P, Eindhoven

Micro Urban Mining will be shown during Dutch Design Week 2015 in the exhibition of Behind the Screens. Renske Verbeek and Jolijn Pasmans create an 'ode to the material'. Visiting this exhibition you will have a look behind the scenes of a designers' research process. The invited designers all have the ability to give the spectator a new look on materiality, needs, usage and experience. They have a sensitive way of working and their material experiments are tactile, esthetic and atmospheric.


EXPOSITION STARTED BY

Project: Micro Urban Mining
Exhibition Dates: October 9th 2015 - January 9th 2016
Hillelaan 29, Rotterdam

Micro Urban Mining will be shown in the exhibition of Started By. An exhibition which forms a collaboration between Root and Damage Playground. Damage is a webshop and hybrid boutique in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Started By is an exhibition in which the artist and designer are also seen as craftsmen. Craftsmen who create a process, a product, a trend research. The hands on mentality, exactly what the city of Rotterdam makes so powerful.


EXPOSITION ROOT 3

Project: New Geology
Exhibition Dates: May 15th - June 6th, 2015
Weena 717, Rotterdam, Groothandelsgebouw

The third next pop-up exhibition of Root will take place in 'Het Groothandelsgebouw' next to Rotterdam Central station. In the next exhibition you won't see the white cube. With a whole new concept Root will present the real artists' and designers' world. The opening will take place on the 15th of May, at Weena 717 from 19:00 until 22:00.

www.assembledbyroot.com

EXPOSITION AT CITIZEN M

Project: New Geology
Exhibition Dates: February 2nd - 5th, 2015
Gelderseplein 46, Rotterdam, Citizen M

In the project 'You are what you consume', final year students from the New Frontiers Minor at Willem de Kooning Academie explore the intrinsic links between nutrition, hygiene and behaviour, developing novel visions and proposals in response to the 'wicked problems' of our times. With Unilever as an external partner, students address these challenges from a different perspective through experiments, in-depth research and prototypes, resulting in the broad range of projects on show in this exhibition.