Dorien Koelemeijer
I'm an artist and art director from the Netherlans. At the moment, I'm studying Art & Cross Media Design at ArtEZ Enschede and will be graduating next year. My main focuses are graphic design, illustration, photography and film.

If you want to get in contact, please send a mail to dorienkoelemeijer@gmail.com
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Q: Thanks for the Follow! You're the bee's knees!
Asked by jennablackfox
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First digital sketches for my interactive Cloud Atlas infographic. To be continued…
First digital sketches for my interactive Cloud Atlas infographic. To be continued…
First digital sketches for my interactive Cloud Atlas infographic. To be continued…
First digital sketches for my interactive Cloud Atlas infographic. To be continued…
First digital sketches for my interactive Cloud Atlas infographic. To be continued…
First digital sketches for my interactive Cloud Atlas infographic. To be continued…
First digital sketches for my interactive Cloud Atlas infographic. To be continued…
First digital sketches for my interactive Cloud Atlas infographic. To be continued…
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Random stills.
Random stills.
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A series of photos based on the works of famous painters, with as starting point the question: how would famous paints take photos if they would still be alive now. I tried to get into the skin of Pierre Bonnard, Caravaggio, El Greco, J.W. Waterhouse and Edward Hopper.
A series of photos based on the works of famous painters, with as starting point the question: how would famous paints take photos if they would still be alive now. I tried to get into the skin of Pierre Bonnard, Caravaggio, El Greco, J.W. Waterhouse and Edward Hopper.
A series of photos based on the works of famous painters, with as starting point the question: how would famous paints take photos if they would still be alive now. I tried to get into the skin of Pierre Bonnard, Caravaggio, El Greco, J.W. Waterhouse and Edward Hopper.
A series of photos based on the works of famous painters, with as starting point the question: how would famous paints take photos if they would still be alive now. I tried to get into the skin of Pierre Bonnard, Caravaggio, El Greco, J.W. Waterhouse and Edward Hopper.
A series of photos based on the works of famous painters, with as starting point the question: how would famous paints take photos if they would still be alive now. I tried to get into the skin of Pierre Bonnard, Caravaggio, El Greco, J.W. Waterhouse and Edward Hopper.
A series of photos based on the works of famous painters, with as starting point the question: how would famous paints take photos if they would still be alive now. I tried to get into the skin of Pierre Bonnard, Caravaggio, El Greco, J.W. Waterhouse and Edward Hopper.
A series of photos based on the works of famous painters, with as starting point the question: how would famous paints take photos if they would still be alive now. I tried to get into the skin of Pierre Bonnard, Caravaggio, El Greco, J.W. Waterhouse and Edward Hopper.
A series of photos based on the works of famous painters, with as starting point the question: how would famous paints take photos if they would still be alive now. I tried to get into the skin of Pierre Bonnard, Caravaggio, El Greco, J.W. Waterhouse and Edward Hopper.
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“Waterhouse’s other image of Circe shows her pouring a potion into the water, in a chilling explosion of jewel-blues and liquid emerald greens. The Sea God Glaucus asked Circe to make the beautiful nymph Scylla fall in love with him, but Circe fell in love with the Sea God herself. When she tried to win the affection of Glaucus, he said that trees would grow on the ocean floor before he would love her and in her anger, Circe poured her potion into the sea where Scylla swam, but it transformed the nymph into a hideous monster with six heads.”
“Waterhouse’s other image of Circe shows her pouring a potion into the water, in a chilling explosion of jewel-blues and liquid emerald greens. The Sea God Glaucus asked Circe to make the beautiful nymph Scylla fall in love with him, but Circe fell in love with the Sea God herself. When she tried to win the affection of Glaucus, he said that trees would grow on the ocean floor before he would love her and in her anger, Circe poured her potion into the sea where Scylla swam, but it transformed the nymph into a hideous monster with six heads.”
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Stills of a video I made.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AtdwqkNwwU
Stills of a video I made.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AtdwqkNwwU
Stills of a video I made.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3AtdwqkNwwU
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Internship paper.
Internship paper.
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Q: all your designs are absolutely incredible! wow!
Asked by Anonymous
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