Rout map to an Hotel
watercolour op paper
commission: Frank Heinemans communicatie Arcen

Worldmap through 3 levels of the Wereldmuseum
50 x 65cm
watercolour and pen op paper
commission: Wereldmuseum Rotterdam

Route to a 'classical furnitureshop'
40 x 30cm
watercolour on paper
commission: Joop's Vormgeving Kaatsheuvel

Routmap/watergame 2004
50 x 65cm
pen on paper
commission: Werledmuseum Rotterdam

Touristic map Arcen & Velden
65 x 40 cm
watercolour op paper
Used for a folder and on the internet with icon (=buttons)
commission: Frank Heinemans communicatie Arcen

Menucard for a restaurant in pirate style
30 x 40cm
watercolour on paper
commission Joop's vormgeving Kaatsheuvel

Menucard for a restaurant in pirate style - interior
30 x 40cm
watercolour on paper
commission Joop's vormgeving Kaatsheuvel

Campingsite Broekhuisen 2002
30 x 40cm
pen on paper
commission: Frank Heinemans communicatie Arcen

Mediterranean 1998
90 x 120cm
acrylic on board
to be used as part of game on an exhibition
commission: Meseum voor Volkenkunde Rotterdam

Maps of course to find one's way. But also to create a certain atmosphere, mostly ancient (f.e. middeaval or 17th century) Often these two are combined. A map designed in 17th century style but with actual information. 
A map which leads you through an exhibition, depicting at the same time some highlight of this exhibition, by this means also becoming a kind of remembrance or souvenir. Or even better a map which at the same time (or later on at home) can be played as a boardgame.