PORTFOLIO
FRANK HOOIJER / 2013
Sketches
Painting
Curriculum
Vitae
Industrial
design
6 - 9
4 - 5
Forging
10 - 13
14 - 27
28 - 31
Curriculum Vitae
First name
Surname
Date of Birth
Place of Birth
Nationality
E-mail
Telephone
Address
LinkedIn
Frank
Hooij...
FrankHooijer/2013
6 7
Trompe l’oeil of postcard and
paper letter taped to imitation
marble painted surface. Com-
bination ...
FrankHooijer/2013
8 9Popeye panel
This painting served as part of
my graduation for my study at
CIBAP. It resembles a stil...
FrankHooijer/2013
10 11Forging Organical forging
The table’s design is organi-
cally shaped to suit the client’s
wishes, y...
FrankHooijer/2013
12 13Palette knife
In 2010 I experimented with
an old japanese jewelery mak-
ing technique; Mokume Gane....
FrankHooijer/2013
14 15Industrial Product Design
2012 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands
Plano LED lamp
This Plano lam...
FrankHooijer/2013
16 17Trojan horse
2012 / Windesheim / Hasselt, the Netherlands
The Trojan Horse was part of
a local fest...
FrankHooijer/2013
18 19
Man-powered karts have al-
ways been popular in Holland.
They are a part of most dutch
people’s yo...
FrankHooijer/2013
20 21
Princess Household Applianc-
es is a dutch company that
asked our school to redesign
their “Classi...
FrankHooijer/2013
22 23Diverging / Converging
2013 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands
This assignment is all about di-...
FrankHooijer/2013
24 25Flying object
2013 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands
The aim of this assignment
was to create ...
FrankHooijer/2013
26 27
The letters of the warehouse
chain HEMA translate to
Dutch Unity Price Coopera-
tion. HEMA celebra...
FrankHooijer/2013
28 29Sketches
2011 - 2012 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands
FrankHooijer/2013
30 31
32
Thank you for reading my port-
folio. If you wish to see more
of me, please visit my LinkedIn
account at: nl.linkedin.c...
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  1. 1. PORTFOLIO FRANK HOOIJER / 2013
  2. 2. Sketches Painting Curriculum Vitae Industrial design 6 - 9 4 - 5 Forging 10 - 13 14 - 27 28 - 31
  3. 3. Curriculum Vitae First name Surname Date of Birth Place of Birth Nationality E-mail Telephone Address LinkedIn Frank Hooijer July 4th, 1989 Groningen, the Nether- lands Dutch Frankhooijer@gmail.com +31618274531 Janninkmarke 4 8016NB, Zwolle the Netherlands nl.linkedin.com/in/ frankhooijer I like: Biking, urban bikeracing, customizing bikes, travelling, hiking, camping, sketching, drawing, knifemaking, creativity techniques, Dutch (Native), English (Advanced), Polish (Beginner), German (Intermediate) I speak: 2011-present 2010-2011 2009-2010 2009-2010 2005-2009 Studying Industrial Product Design at the Windesheim University of ap- plied sciences. Zwolle, the Netherlands. www.windesheim.nl Various blacksmith-related projects. Zwolle, the Netherlands. Studying traditional blacksmithing at eveningschool, Ghent, Belgium. www.cvo-leerdorp.be Work at the blacksmith Smederij de Bruyn. Erembodegem, Belgium. www.smederijdebruyn.be Senior secondary vocational education and training in restaurative and decorative painting. Zwolle, the Netherlands. www.cibap.nl Internships at various dutch smithies and decorative painters. I have: Diploma Senior secondary Vocational Education CIBAP. Certificate “Jong Ondernemen” (young entrepeneurship program) Certificate “Young Enterprise International Examination” (Cambridge Uni- versity) Blacksmith Sven de Lang, smederij@svendelang.nl. www.svendelang.nl Teacher Windesheim Anne van der Graaf, ajh.van.der.graaf@windesheim.nl References: I can use: Microsoft Office (Word/Excel/PowerPoint), Adobe Cs4 (In- Design/Illustrator/Photoshop/Acrobat Pro), SolidWorks, SolidThinking, Keyshot, SketchBook Pro.
  4. 4. FrankHooijer/2013 6 7 Trompe l’oeil of postcard and paper letter taped to imitation marble painted surface. Com- bination of Linseed oil and syn- thetic paint. Trompe l’oeil 2009 / Frank Hooijer / Zwolle, the Netherlands Decorative painting
  5. 5. FrankHooijer/2013 8 9Popeye panel This painting served as part of my graduation for my study at CIBAP. It resembles a still life scene from a composistion of two comic book pages and a newspaper page. The front page is the april 18 1912 edition of the Daily Mir- ror, and states the sinking of the Titanic. Mixed techniques, linseed oil and alkyd based paints. Wooden panel 2400 x 1200 mm. 2009 / CIBAP / Zwolle, the Netherlands Blacksmith wallpainting For the second part of my graduation on CIBAP, I had decorated a wall in the smithy where I had interned six months earlier. The painting visualizes the creative proc- ess of the tradition of forging. The golden banister resem- bles the array of materials the modern blacksmith is re- quired to master. Enclosed in this portfolio is a memory stick with a short stop-motion movie of this project. You can also search YouTube for “sven wall paint- ing”. 2009 / Collaboration Sven de Lang and Frank Hooijer / Kampen, the Netherlands
  6. 6. FrankHooijer/2013 10 11Forging Organical forging The table’s design is organi- cally shaped to suit the client’s wishes, yet blend in the exist- ing garden design. The legs are made of forged square steel tubes, which fold like wet cardboard. 1000 x 1000 x 800 mm, natural slate and powdercoated steel. 2011 / Frank Hooijer / Zwolle, the Netherlands
  7. 7. FrankHooijer/2013 12 13Palette knife In 2010 I experimented with an old japanese jewelery mak- ing technique; Mokume Gane. Instead of using precious met- als such as gold and silver, I combined stainless steel and pure copper. Copperoxide can show all the colours of the rainbow on the surface when heating the bar in random spots. The handle material is rare Black Palm wood, riveted in place. PROJECT / BABY SWORD A sword sees the light of day through its makers hands. This sword doesn’t need to be taken by the hand, it will find its own way. Measures 1000 x 700 x 250 mm. Forged steel and oakwood 2010 / Frank Hooijer / Kampen, the Netherlands2010 / Frank Hooijer / Kampen, the Netherlands
  8. 8. FrankHooijer/2013 14 15Industrial Product Design 2012 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands Plano LED lamp This Plano lamp is made for students living on their own. The principle of folding also provides the on and off switch- ing of the LED strips mounted in the back. The lamp is designed to re- duce production and assem- bly costs as much as possible.
  9. 9. FrankHooijer/2013 16 17Trojan horse 2012 / Windesheim / Hasselt, the Netherlands The Trojan Horse was part of a local festival in the village of Hasselt which is called “Has- selts Strongest”. The contest- ants strength and stamina was tested through various game elements. Windesheim was asked to think of a part of the event and realise it. I have played a big part in the constructional conceptualisation and realisa- tion. Also I had organised a very fruitful creaitivity session. The contestants were to move the giant horse back and forth as fast as possible over a 30 meter cobbled road. Injection moulded table For the class Constructing for Production I designed a poly- propylene table suitable for rotational and injection mould- ing production. All the table’s features are chosen following designrules, to use the least amount of material and to hold up against vertical forces The bottom picture shows an artistic render showing the table in a 24k gold and an un- worldly soapbubble-like mate- rial, rendered in KeyShot. 2012 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands
  10. 10. FrankHooijer/2013 18 19 Man-powered karts have al- ways been popular in Holland. They are a part of most dutch people’s youth and built to hold up against even the most destructive children. This luxurious looking trike is designed using SolidWorks. It’s built up from rectangular steel tubes, PC seats, topped off with light colored high gloss varnished wood & air- less wheels. Trike concept 2012 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands This copy of Philips’ Senseo is made using SolidThink- ing, an intuitive 3D modelling program to rapidly create volumes. Volumes are built from splines and can be sin- gle curved or double curved. Objects made in SolidThinking have no realistic dimensions. Senseo coffeemaker 2011 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands
  11. 11. FrankHooijer/2013 20 21 Princess Household Applianc- es is a dutch company that asked our school to redesign their “Classic Fat Free Fryer”. The issue was that it didn’t do it’s job well enough, the upper two pictures show the existing model. We looked into all aspects of the frying process; preparing food, heatsources, movement and airflow. Our team of 4 had researched consumer demands, tested similar products, and tested our solutions with simple mod- els. We’ve made foam and steel models to check dimen- sions and functioning. The new design can safely be used in the kitchen as well as on the dinnertable. The fryer is childfriendly since there is no oil and the controls are on top of the fryer. You won’t burn your fingers to the exterior because of the con- stant cooling airflow between the interior and exterior wall. The placing and size of the handle provides optimal er- gonomic handling. Our biggest selling point is that we’ve man- aged to increase frying capac- ity without enlarging the fryer. Fat free fryer 2012 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands
  12. 12. FrankHooijer/2013 22 23Diverging / Converging 2013 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands This assignment is all about di- verging and converging. I had to choose a random product for €3, so I bought this silicon oven mitt. I sketched varia- tions of shapes and functions, after which I combined these in three individual concepts. I chose a concept and made a model out of it. The miniature model is made of four milime- ter thick aluminium sheet and can be used in different posi- tions.
  13. 13. FrankHooijer/2013 24 25Flying object 2013 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands The aim of this assignment was to create an object that makes the impression it can fly. The collage captures the essence of the theme refer- ring to shapes and materials, with the purpose of commu- nicating my mindset to a pro- jectgroup. Through sketching i found a combination of shapes with strong sharp masculine curves. It could resemble a swallow with an open beak. The use of stained brass is an element borrowed from the steampunk style.
  14. 14. FrankHooijer/2013 26 27 The letters of the warehouse chain HEMA translate to Dutch Unity Price Coopera- tion. HEMA celebrated its 80th birthday in 2006 with 500 shops. It has gradually transformed from a poor peo- ple’s shop a recognised brand with it’s own distinctive de- sign, yet HEMA stayed accesi- ble to everyone. Since 1985 HEMA organises a design competition for stu- dents. This year the theme was “organise your life”. For my entry I started by defin- ing HEMA’s corporate identity to adapt my designprocess to. My concept is called the DOORganiser. It lets you uti- lize the space lost by your dooropening and serves as a last reminder before you leave a room. The left page shows details of the document accompanying my entry, whereas the right page shows a few details of the sketching process. HEMA design competition 2013 2013 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands
  15. 15. FrankHooijer/2013 28 29Sketches 2011 - 2012 / Windesheim / Zwolle, the Netherlands
  16. 16. FrankHooijer/2013 30 31
  17. 17. 32 Thank you for reading my port- folio. If you wish to see more of me, please visit my LinkedIn account at: nl.linkedin.com/ in/frankhooijer This portfolio and all of its contents are ownership of Frank Hooijer and may not be altered and/or distributed un- der another name. Otherwise, feel free to share this with anyone.

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