New cover for Chansons Pour Elle — Verlaine
 New cover for Chansons Pour Elle — Verlaine
 New cover for Selected Poems & Letters of Emily Dickenson
 Logo for the podcast Seks in tijden van corona
 New cover for The Outsider — Camus
 Signage for the Rietveld & Sandberg Library → In collaboration with Sissel Vejby Møller
 You've got to play the cards you're dealt* Conversations on typographic choices
 A collection of six booklets, responding to Sketchbook by Emilie Ding, as a result of an assignment to redesign one of The Most Beautiful Swiss Books from 2017, given by Julia Born during the Rietveld Zürich 6-weeks residency. In her book, Emilie Ding takes images of modernist architecture and uses them to create her own visual narrative through composition. This series of booklets documents and treats printed matter in a similar way as she treats architecture in her book; by capturing details, recontextualising, zooming in, cropping and moving the content around to create a new narrative. Each booklet consists of either text or image excerpts from different sources found in the city: the Tages-Anzeiger—a Zürich newspaper—from Tuesday 25.09.18.; a BMW-manual from 2005; and the Oasis fan-magazine uncut presents: Oasis from 2002. → In collaboration with Klara Graah
 General General Dull Dull Dull and the Humdrum Ho Hum Commonplace A lexicon of a work by Simon Becks or an attempt to catalogue a work through words. Descriptions with a * are written by Simon Becks.
 2 posters, made in collaboration with Stepan Lipatov (@s7epa), for a lecture by Studio Hammer on the 16th of May.
 A publication consisting of stereotypes in history writing on Dutch design, landscape and mentality. “Nation-building concerns the ‘soft’ aspects of state consolidation such as the development of a common national identity among the inhabitants through symbols, propaganda, history writing, and the cultivation and ‘invention’ of traditions and national customs.” — The sustainability of De Facto States, Pål Kolstø, University of Oslo, 2008
 New cover for Madness & Civilization — Foucault
 New cover for Lolita — Nabokov “Lo-lee-ta: the tip of the tongue taking a trip of three steps down the palate to tap, at three, on the teeth. Lo. Lee. Ta.” — page 11
 On the spaghetti line
3 hypothetical posters for theatre plays in the autumn and winter of 2017 / A0 silkscreen
 Pamphlets for Flatplant: a performance evening at de Wittestraat.
 Poster for an online exhibition at Parc de Torreblanca with works by Milena Anna
 This is a brief history of the Phoenician alphabet and an introduction to it’s subsequent alphabets. The first step of the assignment was to make a keynote presentation for the optional subject, the second was to translate the presentation into a publication.
A quick assignment, by Floor Koomen and Paul Kooiker, to make an A5 zine with black and white images on one subject. I’ve juxtaposed a collection of paintings that depict writing and reading.
 De Flesseman, Nieuwmarkt 77, Amsterdam Built in the years 1927–1930 by J. Roodenburgh, Hendrik Wijdeveld. New facade and refurbishment by Guido van Overbeek. A poster I’ve made for an assignment from Elizabeth Klement: each person in class got assigned a different building to make a poster for. I was happy to get De Flesseman on the Nieuwmarkt because I noticed it’s pretty, yellow facade each time I passed by.
 Alphabet diary Each week I’ve drawn a different letter from the alphabet.
A picture I took in the summer of "15
 Publication based on image archive
 Publication based on the Fibonacci sequence