Debby Peeters is a Dutch illustrative designer based in a small town in the south of The Netherlands. Her style is colorful and bold. Her main inspiration are animals and her work contains a lot of animal like figures.
She has a strong believe in animal rights and thinks of herself as an activist, idealist and dreamer and believes in ‘that all good things come to those who make them happen’ (in dutch: wie goed doet, goed ontmoet).
Debby’s work has been used in editorial design, visual identity, book design, bookcovers and cultural publications. She has the ability to transform complex information into accessible and visually appealing design.
Making the world more beautiful one design at a time.
I found the balance that she constantly managed to find between her own creativity and my personal specific wishes admirable. I was extremely delighted with the result.
-Doron Ketelaars, author De Toegift
In 2016, her first children’s book, Lieveheershondje (Ladybugdog), was published. The publication was about a teeny tiny black dog, which was inspired by her own little pet dog, Pixel.
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With only a few vague terms, she managed to create a beautiful translation into images, which perfectly matched the atmosphere and the message. If you are looking for an illustrative designer with a cool and unique style, who thinks along creatively and more than meets the deadline, then I recommend Debby Peeters wholeheartedly to.
-Petra Kruijt, VBK Media
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