Boekie Boekie is a magazine for children who like to read, write and draw.
Image: ink drawing for Otto the superhero written by Jowi Schmitz. BB#83, Autumn 2011.
Image: ink drawing for Mushushu, written by Jowi Schmitz.
Image: illustrations for the Boekie Boekie 2012 diary.
ZigZag Boekie Boekie
Each book in the ZigZag series was created by a different writer-illustrator duo.
Lida Dijkstra and Thé Tjong-Khing produced a book of adventures, and Jowi Schmitz and I worked on a good luck book.
Not only is the book fun to read, you can also use it to do lots of things to bring you even more luck!
Boekie Boekie illustrations for the Kortjakje feature issue and the Great Drawing Exhibition.
The Delft railway zone reconstruction project is a major undertaking spanning several years, and children experience its effects on a daily basis.
The Buitensteboven (‘outside turvy’) Foundation saw an opportunity and developed a thrilling adventure book for children in which technology and the way it is experienced play a major role.
Bies van Ede wrote ‘Het Spook van de Spoorzone’ (The Ghost of the Railway Zone) and I provided the illustrations.
The book is published by De Fontein|Tirion.
Illustration from ‘Het Spook van de Spoorzone’.
RAILWAY My observation in the railway zone: ‘it doesn’t take much imagination to discover all kinds of creatures and ghosts in your surroundings.’