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AW Collection


 Netherland based Art-designer and Image maker,

Multidisciplinary creator in the field of conceptual design, one of a kind home decor and storytelling by objects.

Take a look


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Navigating the uncanny landscape of grief

An artistic venture delving into the uncanny realm, displaying objects intimately connected to themes of self-harm and suicide. A speculative still-life scene that echoes the artist's journey of loss following his father's suicide

The Skin Collection

Aesthetically research exploring the skin as a high maintenance to fit in the social norms of visual identety.

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Ash to Ash

The Forest Collection

Series of artworks that focuses on the forest as a mine motive. Through observation and intervention in this unique scenery, stories and thoughts one human-nature relationships are revealed


The Charred Collection

Collection of wooden objects that draws inspiration from one of the most powerful natural phenomena - Wildfire

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Semi-random charred patterns

With unique burning technique he developed, the designer captures the resistance moments of two polar components on top of a wooden surface - Fire and Water

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The Algae Collection

The project engages with the Biophilic experience and natural aesthetics by objects that create a hybrid between land and sea

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Color Story

Unlocking the stories and social aspect of the color purple

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Tatriz El-Halib

The Cheese Collection

Signature goat cheese series that combine traditional Yemenite embroidery patterns

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Matter of Time

The Corrosion Collection

A material research project that attempts to imitate and implement aesthetics from nature and  examine the acceleration of these processes intentionally 

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The Rust Collection

Material exploration of undesirable aesthetics, using rusty metals to imprint fabric

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The Garlic Story

Research focusing on redefining our relation to one of the most ancient and fascinating plants; garlic


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