Portfolio van Caroline Vermeir

Plantyn WACO Leerboeken

Back to overview For their updated series of educational textbooks WACO for highschool, Plantyn publishers asked me to illustrate new covers picturing each scientist and corresponding items leaving their heads, symbolising their subject. Some scientists were obviously long gong or lived in times before advanced photography was invented, so it was quite a challenge to […]

Asem — Leen Dendievel book cover

Back to overview I had the honour of designing the book cover for Leen Dendievel’s bestseller Asem (renewed edition), meaning ‘breath’, which delves into the topic of anxiety and provides strategies to overcome it. I painted the image of a woman whose thoughts have metamorphosed into flowers, symbolizing the rejuvenation of her mind instead of […]

Gigantisme boekcover

Gigantisme (“Gigantism”) is a book written by Belgian author and economist Geert Noels, about how the world keeps getting bigger and bigger with more stuff and putting more and more weight on capitalism. Where does it stop? Geert approached me for the design of his book cover, a moment when I immediately saw the word […]

Tim Harford — How To Make The World Add Up

For the Dutch translation of the book How To Make The World Add Up by Tim Harford, I had the honour of designing the sleeve. Seeing as this is a book about the importance of statistics and how we should interpret them, I wanted to visualise statistics as a 3D hero slash computer character producing […]

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