Tonic for the Bones
2016, Haarlem – Werkman Press
Study for a memoir
Collection of glimpses into existence through some writings and visuals.
178 pages (pocket)
(the search for) the Meaning of Life
2015, Haarlem – Werkman Press
Visual and philosophical reflections on life through the scope of art, science and religion – or beauty, truth and wisdom – or body, mind and soul.
138 pages (A5)
2014, Haarlem – Werkman Press
Art from Caravaggio, Crumb and Kraftwerk all come together into this visual compilation.
100 pages (6×9”)
2013, Haarlem – Werkman Press
Study for a graphic novel
Sleepless nights prompt life’s evaluation in the shape of a comic book.
92 pages (6×9”)
London 2005 – 2010
2010, London – Werkman Press
Armed with cameras at hand this collection of photos forms a visual memoir of London.
100 pages (6×9”)
2008, London – Werkman Press
One summer commute in 2005 turns into a surreal nightmare. Based on my 7/7 experiences.
72 pages (6×9”)
Art & Design (literature, painting, music, film, illustrations, graphic novels, graphic design, architecture)
Science & Technology (man vs. machine, robots, AI, nature/nurture, physics)
Philosophy & Religion (reflections on life, Jewish stuff, West vs. East)
Man (psychology, body/mind/soul, history, anthropology, culture)
Life (observations, love, family, relationships, meaning/purpose/motivation)
Vladimir Nabokov, Chaim Potok, Etgar Keret, Will Eisner, Chris Ware, Hergé, Mark Rothko, Anish Kapoor, Ron Mueck, Piet Mondriaan, M.C. Escher, Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Vincent van Gogh, Kraftwerk, Matisyahu, Stromae, Stanley Kubrick, Charlie Kaufman, much much more…