Dutch Dental Hospitals
Transforming the dental experience for our little heroes! Each corner of 6 newly designed kid-friendly dental hospitals crafted to spark joy and inspire courage. From playful interiors to inviting exteriors, every detail has been carefully designed and curated with your child in mind.
Gouda's Glorie Bottle design
We developed new consumer products for Gouda’s Glorie Sauces and improve existing products. The bottle designs are distinctive, innovative, user-friendly and popular in use. 
Toni Electroni
We designed an electric scooter and produced it in China. We created three models that we branded Toni Electroni. One special edition was made in complete white leather.
Branding, Entrepreneurship, Industrial Design
John's Phone
John’s Phone is designed by Hein Mevi and Didi Bok of John Doe to be a tongue-in-cheek ‘basic backlash’ by targeting users who do not want the flashy features of next-generation models. It also named as the anti-i Phone or dumb phone.
Branding, Graphic Design, Industrial Design
Coffee brand packaging design
Coffee packaging design. From labels, bags, boxes to the mugs included with the limited editions.
Bacardi Bags design
Bacardi asked us to design two luxury retro bags for two of their products.
Water From The Supermarket
We designed, developed and launched a complete new water brand into the market in 2005. From the supermarket is based on the lack of knowledge most consumers have of the products they buy in the supermarket. They know things are from the supermarket, but not much more. from the supermarket tells it like it is: contrary to its competitors, from the supermarket doesn’t make promises it can’t keep. That’s why the pay-off simply says: Buy it and it’s yours!
Entrepreneurship, Graphic Design, Industrial Design
Tea Brand Design
Tea packaging design. From labels, bags, boxes to the mugs included with the limited editions.
New Olli toy
Creating a new Olli toy with a cuddly turd attached to it ;-)
Character Design, Illustration, Toy Design
Virgin Water
Tetra Pak asked us to design a water package for Virgin Airlines.
Olli toy shipping box
A shipping box for the Olli plush toy.
KPN TV Remote design
Quick shoes
We designed the first new Quick shoe for Quick. We wanted to create a sneaker based on a retro soccer shoe look.
Branding, Fashion, Industrial Design
John's Phone packaging
The packaging of the John's Phone was done in a very minimalistic style changing slightly per phone that came out.
KPN Digital TV product design
We designed all the hardware for KPN interactive TV.
Olli polyester statue
Bok and Mevissen feel very strongly regarding giving to charities: Ollimania is always involved with giving back to the community. They work with local charity organizations as well as collaborating on common projects, fund-raising and social activities. In 2013 Ollimania saved a historic Zoo. In 2015 Bok and Mevissen donated a huge Olli statue to the Children’s Hospital.
Character Design, Sculpting, Toy Design
Olli® Character
Created and designed Olli.
Character Design, Drawing, Illustration
Ollimania is a family of characters created by artists Didi Bok and Hein Mevissen. The Ollimania family is famous for being irresistibly cute and funny. Each character is a trademark and has its own unique background, life and dreams, which are revealed during the Ollimania adventures in books and movies.
Branding, Character Design, Film
Dick's Republic
We created this brand for Tetra Pak.
Branding, Entrepreneurship, Graphic Design
New Ollimania products launch
Our brand Ollimania is launching a huge range of new products. All designed in house. Products are available for characters Olli, Tutje and Sugar Mousey.
Branding, Illustration, Product Design
Vinyl Toy design
Working on our Olli elephant to create a vinyl toy and rubber key hanger from it. The packaging is far from finished but we're getting there;-)
Character Design, Packaging, Toy Design
Ollimania Character toy design
Designing the Olli character in 3D for toy molding and animation.
Animation, Character Design, Computer Animation
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