Belgian musicians Berlinde Deman, Nathan Daems, Jean-Paul Estievenart and Mattias De Craene for magazine Jazz&mo’



Wrapping paper design with a board game about mobility in the Antwerp urban area on the reverse side.
Photography by Nicolas Sonnet.


Belarusian folk constellations

I illustrated some interesting folk astronomy constellations found in Belarus, for Stellarium, the free and open source planetarium. Belarus is a country in Eastern Europe bordered by Russia to the northeast, Ukraine to the south, Poland to the west, and Lithuania and Latvia to the northwest. The country is landlocked and contains large tracts of forest, marshy land and thousands of lakes. Belarus is exceptional in that people in the villages have preserved their traditional knowledge about the stars and related beliefs, right through to the present time. The illustrations are by no means exhaustive. In fact, many asterisms have multiple recorded meanings, ranging from ancient to Christianized.

The creation of this sky culture for Stellarium was suggested by Alexander Wolf, based on the article Astronyms in Belarussian Folk Beliefs by Tsimafei Avilin, published in the peer-reviewed journal Archaeologia Baltica.

CurieuzeNeuzen citizen science project

I offered visual support for a large-scale citizen science project called CurieuzeNeuzen. 2000 citizens and organizations measured nitrogen dioxide pollution levels in Antwerp.

  • Graphic design of the window mounted v-signs incorporating the air quality sampling tubes.
  • User manual.
  • Large format map showing first results of the experiment.
  • Live drawing of visitor comments and trivia on a large canvas.

Winner of the 2017 annual prize for science communication of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts.

Martins, swallows, swifts

Illustrations of common swifts, house martins, sand martins and barn swallows for Vogelbescherming Vlaanderen, the Flemish society for the protection of birds.


Birth card for godchild Emma.