Graphic designs
Hi, My name is Ted. Back in 2012 I started making graphic designs. Initially it was just something to keep me in touch with my creative side (being a student biology).
Today, I've sold several designs to companies. My style can best be described as simple but smart. I like clean designs with a twist. Please have look. Most designs are just concepts.
Graphic designs
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tedartblog:

Every fall something extraordinary happens on the American continent. It is the time of year when the Monarch butterfly migrates south.The Monarch travels up to 3000 miles (which is farther than many bird species do). Moreover, the migration is part of an annual cycle that is even more impressive. Whereas the ‘summer’ generations of the Monarch butterfly only live up to six weeks, the ‘fall’ Monarch (typically the fourth generation since the beginning of the summer season) has a much longer lifespan: during fall they fly south, they hibernate in Mexico, and in spring they fly all the way back to the milkweed fields in the north where they will give rise to the first short-living ‘summer’ Monarch generation of that year. It is fascinating how nature finds solutions to problems. I’ve tried to capture the different cycles of the Monarch butterfly in one overarching infographic.
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tedartblog:

Most of us had a dinosaur phase when we were young…And although we don’t like to admit it, many of us never truly grew out of this phase. For those who are still fascinated by these mighty creatures that once ruled this world I made a dino-themed infographic. Many major groups of dinosaurs are present in this tree-of-life that can be used for fun-fact reference or even in education*. The infographic not only shows how the different types of dinosaurs are related to each other, but it also shows how they relate to animal-species alive today. For example, following the branches one could argue that birds are technically speaking dinosaurs. Isn’t that just amazing?
Please take a look on my society6 page if you would like a larger version of this infographic on your wall or want to have an awesome T-shirt.
*Please note that although this tree-of life was put together with the greatest care, it is a highly simplified visualisation of reality. Please let me know if there are any major mistakes.
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eatsleepdraw:

-sunset jammin’-
An abstract illustration of the new batgirl
by Ted du Bois

Thank you eatsleepdraw!
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tedartblog:

Sequels are not known to be equally as good or better then the original. ‘How to train your dragon 2’ appears to be an exception if I am to believe the critics. So I’m definitely gonna watch it soon!
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tedartblog:

The day after tomorrow will be a special day. Wednesday the 9th of July the movie “The Lord of the Rings”  (The Fellowship of the Ring) will be shown on a big screen in the Concert Hall of Amsterdam. Nothing special you say? Well, the movie will be accompanied by a live orchestra, making this something that I (as a LOTR adept) just have to experience for myself.  To get into the mood I made this abstract text-based graphic design of Sauron, the uber-baddy of Middle-earth.
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tedartblog:

As a kid I always envisioned Maleficent as an evil witch. As it turns out, she’s not a witch (but a fairy deprived of her wings) and she is not even that evil. I made an abstract visualisation of her horned headdress. It consists of her symbol: ravens.
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tedartblog:

One of my favourite childhood cartoon villains. CURSES!
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tedgraphicart:

I wanted to visualize a hero of the Star Wars universe. I chose the anti-hero Jango Fett. 
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tedgraphicart:

Time for another Abstract Hero!
This time, I made ‘The Dark Knight’


I made another abstract hero