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Projects by Ella Nitters

When I was five years old I saw an insect that had been eaten by ants and of which nothing remained except the shell. Through the holes in its anatomy one could see the sky. Every time I wish to attain purity I look at the sky through flesh.”

Salvador Dali (Spanish painter, 1904–1989)

Financial Focus - ABN Amro Mees Pierson

Cover illustraties voor Financial Focus, een magazine met verhalen en inspiratie uit de wereld van vermogenden. De coverillustratie verbeeldt het thema en geeft een human touch aan de zakelijke onderwerpen.


Klant: ABN Amro Mees Pierson

Jaar: 2015-2017

Award: winnaar "Beste Cover", Grand Prix Content Marketing 2015  

Hibakusha

Album cover illustratie voor het album "Incarnation" van metalband Hibakusha.


Klant: Hibakusha

Jaar: 2015

HUMAN - Dierencolumn

Series of illustrations for philosopher Maarten Doormans' Animal Column in "HUMAN" magazine, a magazine about humanism. Each column consists of a poem and a reflection on that poem, centered around a specific animal.


Client: Humanistisch Verbond/Uitgeverij Boom

Year: 2009-2011

Animal characters

Small collection of animal characters: Little Sparrow, Le Lapin Fou & Sphynx. The bunny was originally an editorial for HUMAN magazine.


Client: Humanistisch Verbond/self-initated

Year: 2011/2012

Award: Blend Publicity Award 2011 voor "Le Lapin Fou".

Poetic Engineering

Illustrations for poems by Bauke Steenhuisen and Jeroen Manders transcribing inspiring PhD and Master thesis research projects of Delft University of Technology. 


Client: TU Delta

Jaar: 2016-2017

Scapula

Watercolour of a scapula, scale 1:1


Master Scientific Illustration

Year: 2013

Center Parcs Jungle Dome

In the cabana's in the Jungle Dome of Center Parcs Heijderbos you can spend an adventurous night in the jungle. Each cabana is named after an animal from the Indonesiab iland Siberut and I created murals of three of these, the Rhinoceros, the Atlas moth and the Civet cat. The illustrations depict the animal as if drawn in an old travellog by an explorer.


Client: CenterParcs

Year: 2012

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