test-aankoop (magazines) Grete Neseblod Omnia Mutantur, Nihil Interit The dummies Franz Willem Martin Ronsmans Study of a Shadow Fabrik exhibition Typeface Mijn dag nutteloos gevuld Redesign Humo Drift Minima Docta Record Sleeves Infographic Wunderkammer Drawings

This book, which I made for my master, actually relates to what Pythagoras called the theory of the eternal change. ‘Omnia Mutantur, Nihil Interit’ which means, nothing lasts forever and nothing perishes. I used a mirror as a metaphor for this principle.

A mirror has a fixed form but the reflection it shows is constantly going though a metamorphosis. To further illustrate this concept of transformation I used different kinds of text. By combining the images of reflections and mirrors with text, I illustrate the concept of eternal change in their own way. The main text I used is one from Ovidius: ‘Metamorphosis’. I used it at both the beginning and the end of my book to emphasize the reflection within the book itself.

The remaining texts you will find in ‘Omnia Mutantur, Nihil Interit’ were separated into two categories. The first category exists of texts equal to ‘Metamorphosis’ due to their form, they reflect on a visual level. The second category is formed by the remaining texts thats stand on their own. They have already their own graphical treatment and still reflect the concept of reflection itself by their narrative content. ‘Omnia Mutantur, Nihil Interit’ has become an illustration of eternal change through both text and image. This project has won the jury prize at LUCA School of Arts.



→ test-aankoop (magazines)
13.08.2018 — three months in the editorial department of test purchase as a graphic designer. Responsible for the digital magazines and the archiving.

→ Grete Neseblod
07.04.2018 — A book we made for Norwegian artist Grete Neseblod: ‘The True Meaning of S.M.H.’, published by onomatopeenet. A collaboration between me and Graphic Designer Roosje Klap.

→ Some Things Hidden
16.01.2018 — A magazine I made during my intership at Studio Roosje Klap. A year long research art project of The Female Perspective, with contributions by a.o. Renee Turner, Pieter Paul Pothoven, Patricia Kaersenhout, Alexis Blake and many more.

← Omnia Mutantur, Nihil Interit
15.06.2017 — My masterbook relates to what Pythagoras called the theory of the eternal change. The book illustrates the concept of the eternal change through both text and image.

→ The dummies
15.06.2017 — A series of dummies which illustrates the concept and the system I used for my main masterbook.

→ Franz Willem
27.04.2017 — Alternative Facts: A sequence for a fictional artist called Franz Willem. A workshop in Geneve conducted by Jan & Randoald.

→ Martin Ronsmans
01.03.2017 — A completely new identity for independent Martin Ronsmans. - general buildings, contractors - renovations, convention and restoration.

→ Study of a Shadow
20.01.2017 — A research about the change of shadows. The form of the shadow depends on the light source and the distance in relation to the object.

→ Fabrik exhibition
03.11.2016 — A collaboration with Julie Van Kerckhoven in Leuven. A series of pictures are shown that create an interaction between ourselves and the space.

→ Typeface
08.06.2016 — A font based on the architectural construction of the Firmenzentrale Kaffee Partner in Osnabrück, Germany.

→ Mijn dag nutteloos gevuld
03.06.2016 — A publication that maps out the useless actions of the day.

→ Redesign Humo
15.03.2016 — Humo reorderd according to the reading direction of text and image.

→ Drift
19.11.15 — Visual identity for Drift, a platform for performance art that focusses on artistic development of young artists.

→ Minima Docta
05.10.2015 — Poster The Sound Of Belgium

→ Record Sleeves
17.03.2015 — Series of LP covers with an adapted font.

→ Infographic
18.12.2014 — According to this conspiracy theory, the moon landing would never really have taken place, but would all be put in scene. I made a poster where this fictional moon landing is represented.

→ Wunderkammer
12.11.2014 — A collection of pictures where rarities are preserved. The focus is on the illusion that a picture can bring and which can also mislead the viewer.

→ Drawings
Throughout my bachelor — A small selection of model drawings.