3D-handprinted creatures

Building a moving animal

A 3D handprinted animal with a skeleton body (yellow) and flexible muscles (black). The muscles are not able to contract by themselves yet, they are now just rather flexible ligaments. 

Altogether, this is a project in progress.

Want to have your own 3D handprinted animal?

I like making animals, humans, aliens, and to experiment with new objects. However, I don’t always have the space to store them, so if you want to have your personal animal 3D handprinted by me. Send me a message! I think I can make any animal you want, but let’s have a chat to decide the animal, size, colour, type, and price. My animals start with a price of about 90 euro’s.

The game without rules

Het spel zonder regels

This game has rules. But they are not predetermined. The cards you see on the pictures are prompts to invent a game yourself. In other words, you are forced to be creative and think of a game you can play. The card categories are: As who do we play? What are the teams? What do we do? How do we win? and How do we make decisions? 

You can pick a card which together make a variation of possibilities to guide the game into a balanced, creative, but most of all, a weird and fun game. 


Only 48 pieces, square tiles, no easy side pieces, and no front picture. A puzzle full of trickery and traps, a real challenge.

Conceptual wearables

A multi-scaled cyclical clock

This is a design I made for a new clock. It doesn’t add/change that much about presenting the time, although it can show many different cycles in a limited space (without using words). It also has some interesting features as described on the picture. Personally, I don’t believe in time as a fundamental thing, as shown  in this video I made, but thought it was fun to make this clock.

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