Jessica den Hartog is specialized in creating new insights in the field of sustainability. Through her new workshop ‘Groen doen’ she inspires and motivates you to lead a more sustainable life. I created the illustrations for the workshop cards. Check Jessica den Hartog for more information & how to join.
Image courtesy of Jessica den Hartog.
Winter Water Factory is a Brooklyn-based design and manufacturing company specializing in screen printed textiles and kids’ clothing. I’m thrilled to see my prints as part of their line of high-quality products, all made of 100% organic cotton.
Thank you to (the super friendly) Stefanie and Todd for this collaboration. View the collection: Winter Water Factory.
Image courtesy of Winter Water Factory.
Organic fabrics! A new collaboration with a wonderful company from Australia, Nerida Hansen Fabrics. Colourful organic cotton single jersey, ethically printed, quality fabric. More designs will be added soon…
Available through Nerida Hansen
An interview about our collaboration, my inspirations and ‘going greener’ can be read here.
Our GO greener ‘calendar’ is in stores now! This is one of the 52 illustrations I created, one for each week to go with tips about sustainable vacations, food, energy and more. This illustration is about choosing vegetables and fruits with irregular shapes or a little spot that are otherwise wasted. Authors: Jessica den Hartog and The Footprint Challenge (only in Dutch sorry!).
Available through our publisher: Uitgeverij Snor
The Korean lifestyle brand kitty bunny pony bundled 100 fabrics from their collection (2008 to 2020) for this beautifully designed book. I’m honoured that over 10 of my surface patterns were included in the publication. I love how kbp chose to show the patterned fabric (on a full page) instead of the products made with the fabrics. The book is a wonderful ode to pattern design. kittybunnypony