Heroes (Helden voor de klas)

These are the heroes we need EVERYDAY: the teachers and mentors that guide the next generation. The new campaign ‘Heroes in the classroom’ (Helden voor de klas) helps the CAOP find the most motivated young people. Diana van der Voort did some great artwork for this campaign.

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Great fun: Rotterdampas

Every year in March the new season of Rotterdampas starts. It’s a wonderful time, especially for our illustrator Diana van der Voort. She drew a lovely cover illustration for the kids section of Rotterdampas magazine, with Easter theme. Let’s play!

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Home and Garden illustrated

Forever summer. Based on that feeling – a gentle sun shining softly over falling leaves, the spirit of blooming flowers – art director Monique van der Vlist put together a magazine article for Home and Garden. And she asked Sanne van Winden of Roth Illustration Agency to tell about her inspiration en show her artwork. Stunning!

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Work Better

Do you remember that scene in the movie Fargo: someone is being pushed through the meat grinder to disappear forever. Suppose your boss would do so with everyone that annoys him? Esther Dijkstra illustrates accidents at work for P+ magazine – and how to work better.

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Drawing the news

For 6 weeks now Melanie Drent has been drawing the news. About Rotterdam, Holland – for publication on news blog Vers Beton. And it has been a blast.

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Musical heart

Something new is on it’s way. The musical venue Annabel, hosted by the Rotterdam based entrepreneur Aziz Yagoub. For news blog Vers Beton Melanie Drent tried to picture the venue as a real girl instead of a building – holding the musical heart.

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Weekly illustration on Vers Beton

Every Friday Melanie Drent and Zita Bebenroth publish their Rotterdam news item on Vers Beton. An illustrated column with clear lines and a humoristic touch.

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The sustainable solution

Sometimes it’s just all very clear. Companies need to make profit, the earth has to be saved and people must live and work in the best way possible. But in that scenario, something’s got to give. The magazine P+ tells us all about sustainable solutions for everyday problems.

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