Marloes Reuser Marloes Reuser

The Netherlands, Waalwijk

About me

Let's introduce myself! My name is Marloes Reuser (1994), a young, enthusiastic illustrator from Waalwijk, the Netherlands! In 2017 I succesfully completed my Bachelor of Arts majoring in illustration at the akv st. Joost located in Den Bosch. Thanks to my combination of bright colours and playfull, graphic shapes I'm able to grab the viewers attention and convey the right message. My style is suitable for various clients / assignments like (children's) books, live portraits or posters, anything is possible! I mainly work on my Cintiq which enables me to create bright and powerfull images and allows me to create different layers. Curious of what I can do for your business? Take a look at my website and get in touch!

genre : Caricature, Character Design, Book, Education, mural, Printed Media
technique : Digital-Pixel

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Girl with the pearl 2.0
My own illustrative version of the Girl with the Pearl by Johannes Vermeer.
Baking cookies with grandma
Illustration about a grandma baking cookies with her granddaughter.
Colouring page for the TINAfestival 120×244 cm
Lifesize colouring page that visitors of the 2019 TINAfestival could colour in using the Stabilo pencils. Made in collaboration with STABILO.
Dokter Vrolijk book series

Dokter Vrolijk is a series of childrensbooks written by general practitioner Yvonne Maat in which she explains the most common ailments amongst children in a playful manner. The top images are from ' Dokter Vrolijk - Snottebellen' and the bottom two images are from ' Dokter Vrolijk - Bloed'.

Target audience: 2 - 6 years old

‘Did you know?’ The first man on the moon

Did you know?' is a series of educative posters about important moments in our world history. The magnetic cards on the poster stimulate the children to place all the cards in the right chronological order. This interaction, combined with the facts in the background make it a refreshing playful way to teach children about history.

Target audience: group 7/8 (10-12 years old) | Size: A0