Over the years, Aimée has worked for various
companies, creating illustrations based on written
content. A small selection can be found below.
Clients include:


 




Illustrations for articles on the Dutch investigative journalism
website De Correspondent (2015 & 2016). De Correspondent is
a collective of journalists, which publishes in-depth articles
on today's news. The pieces often go much deeper than the ones
that appear in regular daily newspapers. Many illustrators work for
the website in order to give the articles an extra dimension.







Top: Hommage to Valérian for the Ballon Media 2017 Calendar.
Bottom: Illustration for the Rotterdam Arts Calendar 2012.





 



Illustrations for the mathematic book series Reken Maar!. In this series,
children can learn the basics of mathematics through fun excercices. Each
page is covered with many illustrations made by Aimée. The books were
published the Belgian educational publishing house Van In and are used in
many primary schools today.






Illustrations for the mathematic book series Reken Maar!. In this series,
children can learn the basics of mathematics through fun excercices. Each
page is covered with many illustrations made by Aimée. The books were
published the Belgian educational publishing house Van In and are used in
many primary schools today.

 



Illustrations for the book Durf Te Schrijven (2019), written by the
acclaimed Dutch author Carry Slee. In the book, Carry Slee explains how she
writes, when she writes and why she writes. She also gives advice and suggestions
for the readers, in case they also want to become a writer too. The illustrations
accompany the writers many stories and anecdotes about her own writing career.
Published by Overamstel Uitgevers.