van der Does is a Dutch illustrator and designer based in
Her style is clear, while using various techniques and
popping colours. She often combines existing forms to create new
Ellis works on commissioned and personal projects.
Clients include: VICE, Lenny Letter, HP, The Pool, Hohe Luft, EndPain, Root+Bone
Magazine, Museum of Sound&Vision, UAL Postgraduate Community / Scott
King, DOG Magazine, Like The Wind, Girls Club Zine, Whip Zine, Bite Me,
Chanced Arm, Food&, Sister Magazine, The Carton, SLAA, De Optimist, De
Dakhaas, The Daily Indie, Overdose.am and Staatsbosbeheer (Dutch Forest
Protection), among others.
Ellis was happy to show and sell her
work at the London Illustration Fair 2017. Last year she exhibited her
series 'Zoological Land' at Thuyskamer in Amsterdam. She also had shows
at De Branding and Coffee Company, both in Utrecht. Her work was
included in the group shows GIF weekender at Volkshotel and De Invasie
van Amsterdam. She has been interviewed by:
In april 2015 she took
part in Fred Deakin's experimental educational initiative Collabology in
Somerset House. January 2016 she was happy to be back - this time to
help mentor a pod of students.
In September 2015 she graduated
from the MA Graphic Design Communication course at Chelsea College of
Art and Design. Before going to London she studied BA Illustration at
HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, from which she graduated in 2012
(with honours). During her time at the HKU she interned with Eskils Junker Film in Stockholm.