Waiting, 2018

ink, 29,7 x 42 cm


Accepting, 2018

ink, 29,7 x 42 cm


STILL, 2018

pencil, 29,6 cm x 42 cm


Swimming, 2018

ink, 29,7 x 42 cm


Breaking, 2018

ink, 29,7 x 42 cm



Doupting, 2018

ink, 29,7 x 42 cm


Tired Man, 2018

ink, 29,7 x 42 cm



Connecting the Dots, 2018

ink, 29,7 x 42 cm


Birthday Girl, 2018



Steppenwolf, 2018

pencil, 29,6 cm x 42 cm


The Organiser, 2017

ink, 14,1 cm x 21 cm


[2017] The Art of Cohabitation


Drawings published in the graphic and photographic novel "The Art of Cohabitation".

p. 100-101: “Obviously, the steps and the process for a utopian

project, are to provide men on earth with a livelihood and not . . . to direct them to paradise . . .”

Political scientist

Quote Saul, Alinsky
Quote Saul Alinsky

p. 104-105: * Alinsky, Saul: Rules for Radicals, A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals, Vintage Books, New York 1989, 116

p. 30 (l. image): “If someone asks me where I come from, I say from Africa. That‘s what they all think. Slavery we carry in our hearts. They just picked people from the street, when they were shopping or visiting other villages. They could not say goodbye to their families and children. This loss, we still carry in our hearts.”





p. 31 (r. image): “I want to live according to true faith. I want a woman who wairs a vail. Apart from me, no one can see her beauty.”


“Beauty is more than what meet the eye. There is also inner

beauty. Only the husband will see that.”


“I never thought about it in that way.”


Dialogue between an

Afro-Dutchman and a Maroccan Dutchman



p. 86 (l.image): “The biggest mistake that a social worker can do is to identify with their clients. They loose distance and will promise things that are not true. And then BURN-OUT!”

Social Worker