What do black plastic bags, a red tree or a mutated bug have in common? The magazine ‚Contamino‘ investigates the consequences of radioactivity on the environment. The point of departure for this project is the lively protest movement initiated by the inhabitants of the Aachen region against the nuclear power station Tihange. The citizens call for the immediate closing of this 40-year-old power station which has a record of severe safety incidents. What is at risk if a meltdown occurs? ‚Contamino‘ approaches this question with a focus on the ecological characteristics of the Aachen region. Coworking with graphic designer Juno Cornelisse
This reportage illustration is part of the magazine ‘Contamino’. I documented the lively protest movement of the inhabitants of the Aachen region against the nuclear powerplant Tihange. In my drawings I captured their fears and anger, as well as their questions about the consequences of radioactivity on the environment. The magazine ‘Contamino’ aims to answer these questions.
Freiberufliche Illustratorin | Bachelor of Design | University of the Arts Utrecht
Besonderes Interesse gilt den Themen Gesellschaft, Naturwissenschaft, Alltagsthemen in Stadt & Land, Reisen.
Meine Schwerpunkte sind Reportage Zeichnung, Editorial, Freie Illustration, Urban Sketching.
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