To translate 6A in a graphical project, I decided to release the 1/3rd principle on a ordinary squared notebook, meaning that only 1/3rd of the regular amount of squares/lines/… will remain visible. As a result of this restriction -with almost endless variations possible-, every page of the normally mone-bridle booklet becomes unique. In this way the restriction, which often has a negative connotation, becomes contradicted and van even be seen as an enrichment. The website for this project on A6Anotebooks.com.





First test for my master thesis project 6 ampère. The inspiration for this theme came from a personal experience where I was confronted with a very strict limitation (in this case electrical power as 6 ampère is about 1/3rd of the normal amount of electical power). The aim of this project was to manifest that a restriction doesn’t need to be negative, and can even become an enrichment (when approached in a good way).To see the result of this project, please visit A6Anotebooks.com.  





Invitation for the Antwerp Showroom in NY, an event where these 2 fashion-city would meet, and so used the illustration of both their skylines…



Design for a Christmas card for the FFI (in the end they choose  an other design, but this is my personal favorite).

Design for a Christmas card for the FFI (in the end they choose  an other design, but this is my personal favorite).





During the master year of graphic design we had to do an internship of 3 months. I did mine at the Flanders Fashion Institute (FFI) in Antwerp.. It wasn’t a obvious choice, since it wasn’t a graphic studio, but it was a very nice working experience! Here you see some spreads from the Startersgids, a booked made for young creatives and more specific fashion designers with info and tips about starting a career in the fashion world…Some of the pictures are mine, other are from other events organized by FFI.



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