Thursday, April 15, 2010

Monday, April 12, 2010

I found this triple registration of a boy in Mechelen

sustainable_traintickets



Belgium traintickets vs Dutch traintickets
Conclusion: Dutch traintickets save trees.

Monday, March 15, 2010

project_storage elements







Soon more comment for my prototype

Friday, February 26, 2010

Monday, December 14, 2009

product — fietslamp





In cooperation with Avelien Thoben, we've created a lightobject out of the industrial residual material.

This lightobject is made from the material of a bicycle factory.

This is a part of a competion that we join. It's called "The Battle of the Talents", our goal is to let designers see that you can re-use the residual material of the industry. The investors who see a value in our concept can invest monkey money.

product — autolamp





In cooperation with Avelien Thoben, we've created a lightobject out of the industrial residual material.

This lightobject is made from the material of a car factory.

This is a part of a competion that we join. It's called "The Battle of the Talents", our goal is to let designers see that you can re-use the residual material of the industry. The investors who see a value in our concept can invest monkey money.

Monday, October 26, 2009

project_knotten


I'm going to make something with pollards of wool and cotton. Soon you'll see the result.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

project_nostaldia




Material: Slide frames

Product: Jewelry

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Thursday, April 23, 2009

project_nowadays

PICTURES SOON

People are used to have light switches, power outlets and pipes coming out of their wall. It's so common nowadays to see those elements in your house, that you don't notice them anymore. I created an object that, at first sight, seems to be a collection of pipes on your wall. But if you look closer, it feels weird to see so many pipe-endings together, and you'll notice the functional function of this collection: small hooks to organize your belongings.

A series of pipe-endings and light switches. 

Material: Acrylic One 



Wednesday, April 22, 2009