When something becomes rather multi-disciplinary, collaborative, or otherwise blurry, I like to refer to it as a project. For professional projects, see deIdee van projecten (in Dutch).
- allrgb (previously rgb2xyz)
- A website that invites artists, programmers, and others to create digital images that contain all 24-bit rgb colours (there’s 16,777,216 of them) exactly once. Some of the contributions are actually quite beautiful.
- A social network website, sans usernames, biographies, public profile pages, and avatars. More an experiment (social, technical, and artistic) than anything else. Free!
- In simple terms, Mimesia is a social network website. However, it is also an agent, a source of information, a family, a business, a sovereign state, and more. Most other things I do, are in some way related to this.
- If you open your mind to see a domain name as an empty canvas, you can imagine a website to be a work of art. A couple of people have realized this, and started creating stuff. This website collects that stuff.
- Apple Beard Condom
- Ever wanted to spell something out over the phone, and were unable to aptly find the words to do so? Me too. That is why Matthijs Booij and I created this website. In Dutch and two flavours of English.
- L E T T E R E T T E R S
- While studying at the Royal Academy of Arts, a dozen (typo)graphic design students formed a club (which loosely translates to “Letter Brads”). We like letter and type design better than rules.
- CSS Zen Garden
- If you’re born before 2000, you’re remotely interested in Web design, and you haven’t been living under a rock, chances are you have heard of this project. Far lesser known, is that official design №73 is mine.
- The Mirror Project
- Before people were making “selfies”, they were using mirrors to take pictures of themselves. (Cumbersome, I know, but what did we know‽) This website collected said pictures, including one of mine.
- An online platform for people that are a bit tired.
- Mop it and move on
- At some point, the “wet floor effect” became quite popular in graphic design. Especially in the “Web 2.0” kind of stuff. David Benqué and I started collecting these silly (and often physically incorrect) things.
A website where various authors published stories that made you go “omg” and/or “wtf.” Stories were from personal experience of the respective author, or based on something in the news.