I’m very pleased to tell you that there is a reprint available of the Memorygame ‘Can You See What I See’! It’s got a brand new coverdesign by Lilian van Dongen Torman which I’m very pleased with. You can order it (€15) from any country via BIS Publishers. If you like you can take a closer look here.
From left to right: Maartje Jaquet, Martin van der Giesen, Sabine Hoes.
Congrats to you three! You can take a closer look at the photos on the Stop:watch Facebookpage
(If you like you can also like the page) Tomorrow I will post my creations on the mainpage of the website.
In the meantime, I am very curious what you see…XTineke.
Once in a while I get mailed by people who send me a photo of a tree, some food, a rock…all kinds of things, in which they see something. Last december Jari Perho send me a picture and asked if I could draw something on it. I thought it was a nice idea and I decided to actually do something with these photos.
What I’ll do: on february the 13th I will post 3 ‘fanphotos’ on my Facebookpage. On Valentines Day, february the 14th, I will post the photos + drawings on that same page. The ones who get picked will receive their photo+drawing-file via mail in high res. The photos that I have received already automatically join.
If you’d like to join, make sure I receive your photo(s) in highest resolution possible before february 6th (email@example.com).
The campaign for Samsung I worked on, was mentioned in Adformatie, a Dutch magazine on media and advertising. Very pleased with that!
If you happen to be in Paris during the holidays, you might bump into these Samsung Galaxy Note II digital billboards. This is a spin-off from the online campaign I showed earlier here.
Take a closer look at the animations below:
Credits: Heaven Agency / La Bande Originale / Fortiche. Illustration/idea Tineke Meirink.
(Photo by Céline Larre)
A pity I’m not in Paris right now, because my drawings are now to be seen in THE PARISIAN METRO!!! These billboards are part of the campaign for the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note II in France. If you happen to be in France and see one of the billboards, I’d absolutely love it if you could take a picture and send it to me. For this same campaign a short film was made. You can check it here.
This is what I’ve been working on the last weeks: a campaign for Samsung Mobile France to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note II in France. I had a blast in Paris and I learned so many things working with Heaven Agency, La Bande Originale and Caleb Krivoshey.
For me it was a great experience. Hope you enjoy the results of it.
Heaven Conseil : concept et stratégie
Tineke Meirink : illustration et direction artistique
Heaven Studio : créa et pilotage production
La Bande Originale : Créa et Production film / réal. Caleb Krivoshey
Fortiche : Post-Production film
Biborg : Créa et production Expérience Interactive et masthead Youtube
Heaven RTM : évènement blogger & Animation des espaces Facebook, Twitter, G+
Heaven Media : stratégie média online et suivi
There’s bad news and there’s good news.
The bad news is I’m busy, really busy at the moment. So the blog is being shamelessly neglected.
I’m really sorry about that.
The good news is, I’ve spent a lot of time in Paris lately and the cause of it all is Stop:watch! You can expect some nice things in the near future. Let’s say round the 15th of november.
I’ll try to upload new work next week. XTineke.
I’m back again from a really breathtaking trip to the French and Spanish Pyrenees.
One of the most beautiful areas I ever visited. Now ready for a fresh start. XTineke.
On the 8th of June art- and poetryroute ‘Kunst aan de Scheene’ is opened. Stop:watch is also part of this lovely initiative which can be seen till the 24th of June. The route is in Scherpenzeel (Friesland, NL). My work is combined with poetry by Ingmar Heytze. I absolutely love the combination of poetry and art in this picturesque environment. So if you have a chance to visit (best by bike) I’d say you’d give it a go!
Picture This (what Stop:watch originally was called) in the newspaper!
(Click here to enlarge, text is in Dutch).