Just finished the first infographic for a series of medical brochures. Each brochure deals with another medical subject, this one explains the working of the hypophysis, that controls important body functions and the hormonal system. For the time being the brochures will only be published in Dutch
‘The Political Toolkit’ Editorial illustration for Forward Magazine (USA) Nov/Dec issue, to accompany an article on the strategy and tactics lobbyists from the metal industry use to get their policy passed through the US house.
Who Ate My Lunch, is an educational infographic that tells the story about wealth in the US by way of metaphor showing how 100 sandwiches are shared by 100 people. It’s clear the system doesn’t work when wealth is so concentrated at the top.
This infographic is a concept of Sharon Kurlansky for WhoAteMyLunch.org and is based on the work of the American economist, Robert E. McDaniel, ESQ.
Please feel free to spread this infographic message all over the web. Reprint, reblog and distribute as much as possible to get this infographic seen by as many people as possible. It may change their future lunch
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All other rights reserved. Any uses beyond this permission must be cleared with the copyright holders. This infographic is based on the work of the American economist, Robert E. McDaniel, ESQ. email@example.com
I was asked by Dutch book trade magazine ‘BoekBlad’ to do an illustration to accompany an article about what went wrong in the music industry.
The current book market can learn from the mistakes that the traditional music industry made: after the success of the CD they behaved arrogantly, did not prepare for the new digital revolution and made itself successfully needless.
To see the larger file and more detail please click here.
Three illustrations (spread 42 x 21 cm each) for the annual report for Egeria. Egeria is a fully independent Dutch private equity firm, targeting controlling stakes in mid-market companies in The Netherlands or in companies having a Dutch link.
Check the website portfolio for the complete set of illustrations here.
I’m proud to share the news that my illustration ‘Snow White in the City’ is selected for publication in the worlds most prestigious Illustration Annual, ‘the Communication Arts Illustration Annual 2012′.
Client: 106 magazine, a Cass Business School publication. London, UK.
My father Huub Slabbers, 1910-2002, was a multi-tasking artist. Between 1955 and 1975 his main activity was writing and illustrating children’s books for the international market. After ‘escaping’ school I was his assistent for several years and we worked together on illustration projects. When I look at the Peter and Pat series my flower power influences seem rather obvious.
Tonight was the opening of the exhibition ‘A Perfect Day’ in Amsterdam. A Perfect Day is a collection of art in the form of drawings with text, with observations, thoughts and ideas about life, funny, clever, poetic, ironic and hilarious. A Perfect Day includes the work of more than 50 international artists.
One of my drawings is on the wall, how low can you go…
Below: Also a small selection of my ‘Saul Steinberg The New Yorker Cover Collection’ is an important part of the show.
This was the famous Saulberg quote used to promote this show on the website, invitation etc.:
‘People who see a drawing in the New Yorker will think automatically thats it’s funny because it is a cartoon. If they see it in a museum, they think it’s artistic; if they find it in a fortune cookie they think it’s a prediction.’ – Saul Steinberg…
Dutch Design! When walking in the streets of the beautiful old city of Deventer, the Netherlands I looked down and saw this great typographic solution for a manhole cover. It’s not signed but an internet search learned that is was designed by ‘Buro BplusB’ as part of a complete street renovation plan for the city. http://www.bplusb.nl/?project=binnenstad-deventer
Illustrations, keyframes and design for an introduction video for ‘SCAN Explorer / Global Search Solutions’: a company bringing mulinational companies and international operating advertising agencies together through the internet.
I sent this drawing some years ago to accompany a new years gift to my Saul Steinberg-friend Sheila. She was probably expecting Champagne but inside she found a rare (empty) bottle of 1983 Chateau Mouton-Rothschild, with a label illustration by Saul Steinberg, that I found on eBay.
‘Nature Morte / Still Life’. Painting by Caroline Maurel, a contemporary French painter who lives near Paris and creates great paintings with an extreme level of detail. Many of Caroline’s works are based on Barbie and Ken and other plastic characters that surround our modern lives and show us their other or darker side.
This particular painting is a still life of the famous Barbie Dinner Table Set. It is on the Slabbers’ Dining Room Wall now! When people see it for the first time it usually takes some time before they realise that this is not painted ‘a bit out of proportion’, but that they are actually looking at Barbie proportions.
As Caroline Maurel states on her website: “Les jouets font l’Art”.
Click here to see the large file on Caroline Maurel’s websiteto ‘feel’ the plastic and here to see this and other work in progress. (Opens in new window).