A lemon drop at Pillars

Let yourself sink into a chair at Pillars Restaurant & bar and try the new cocktails one by one 😉 Hand lettered by me for Pillars (Marriott Hotel). Situated right across Central Station Rotterdam.

Randy & Ruttish

If you visit the beautiful Seduction gallery in Naturalis (Biodiversity Center in Leiden) you’ll find a hot secret room. In this room I handlettered some nice words I have never heard before.  

Earthly letters for Naturalis

Naturalis (Biodiversity Center in Leiden) reopened her doors with stunning new exposition rooms (tip!). For the ‘Earth’ room (aardezaal) I draw no less than 8751 letters on basalt stone (which came from the major Dutch Enclosure Dam). In the earthroom you can experience the forces of the earth live.

Temptation in Naturalis

For the gallery ‘Temptation’ in Naturalis, I lettered seven slogans on a advertising column. My favorite is “The smell of love: buy our fragrances here” made in RAL 4003! For more ‘handletters’ I’ve done in Naturalis Leiden see my portfolio and Instagram.

North Sea View

It was a huge pleasure to paint these huge letters… with a view! For the official start to build a new residence on the Hellingweg in Scheveningen: ZEEZICHT.
Initiated by Jos van Boxtel, Urban developer from Stebru.


Some new exciting project I am busy right now, naturally hand lettered! More coming up soon…

High Handletters

Letters bring me to beautiful places: I filmed this at the 12th floor at the Marriott Hotel in Rotterdam. See the letters i wrote (in this building on great height) in my portfolio!

Identity ‘Vrij Spel’

Playing is the language of children. Inspired by this, i played with transparent forms to design the logo of ‘Vrij Spel”. A brand new play therapy* practice of Renate Boeters-de Koning. Flyer and business cards are printed on beautiful paper called ‘PaperWise’. *Play therapy is a form of psychotherapy for children between the ages of 3 and 11 years. Talking about what’s bothering them is very difficult for many children, therefore play therapy is used. Playing is a natural way of communicating: play is the language of children.