The Infobesity series

The series of complex mixed media collages called 'Infobesity' deal with the effects that the daily and almost unstoppable flow of overstimulation of information, messages, advertisements, messages and social media has on our subconscious. 

Current & Upcoming Exhibitions


The gigantic works consist of the digital residual material found on the internet or as Boris calls it; 'visual waste'.  Amateurish vector files, logos of major brands, website UX parts, you name it. He lumps all of this together and supplements it with his own drawings, photos and texts. In the end, everything comes together in a gigantic digital file.

Large scale artworks

Only vector files so not a single pixel is involved. This means that the works can be printed infinitely large and everything remains razor-sharp down to the smallest details, while the image from a distance is completely mixed like an expressionist painting.

Digital street art

In the eighties Boris started as one of the first graffiti writers in the Netherlands and you can see that in his work, but that is not his only source of inspiration. After his studies at the Design Academy in Eindhoven, he started working as a freelance art director for clients such as Nike, Greenpeace and IKEA.

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