Creativity isn’t confined to the context of clients and assignments. During my life I have made and started up several fictional companies as well as launching several personal brands in which a slew of different sides of me could shine.
On this page you can see and read about some of the concepts I have come up with, in which I tried to convey my train of thought as well as opening up about my passions, my interests and my professional goals as a multimedia designer.
Cliché Branding was a concept I put up to really commercialise counter culture. The design industry is very much following trends and hypes and with this brand I wanted to give a cheeky nod to all the clichés in the field at the time. For Cliché Branding I created several visuals. Contact me for more examples of this anti-design brand.
Triz Reviews was a concept that combined the bitesize news culture we live in with pop-culture. I wrote, designed and planned reviews of old- and new movies, videogames, series and more for Facebook and Instagram, easy to be ingested by the inner geek of any media lover out there.
Check out some of them on the Triz Reviews Facebook page.
Why Never To… is a podcast that I host, produce and present. After years of being a radio producer and presenter, I wanted free range and the Why Never To Podcast fills that void. It features a slightly sarcastic and cynical but mostly fun and witty insight into several topics, like Podcasting itself, wrestling, rock music, art & design and more. Coming soon!
I love Tiki. This Polynesian god has been an inspiration for many years and has been a topic of many illustrations I made. So much so that I decided to put a brand on it; The Laidback Tiki. An Instagram account on which I display my love for Tiki through artwork and graphic design I created over the years. Check it out here!
Art Injection is a brand that I created with good friend Stephan Schmid. We both are avid amateur illustrative artists but we found out that it’s hard to sell our works without a network. Art Injection offers the opportunity for amateur artists to sell the work they have laying around for a reasonable price so anyone can own a piece of art.