March 2024 – Limited edition Screen prints of Mathematical Knots

February 2024 – Limited edition Screen prints of Mathematical Knots

November 2023 – Limited edition Screen prints of Mathematical Knots

Knot 6.3 shader

April 2023 – Shader test for knot 6.3 poster

April 2023 – Limited edition Screen prints of Mathematical Knots

September 2018 – 'The Audition' is a self-initiated series of RISO-printed booklets, each focussing on one aspect of our work. The first issue is dedicated to our fascination for cartography.

September 2018 – ‘The Public Private House’, edited by Prof. Dr. Richard Woditsch and published by Park Books, Zurich (CH), examines the building typology of simple apartments blocks, the ‘Polykatoikia’, that define Athen's signature housing structure. On the shortlist for ‘Die schönsten Deutschen Bücher 2019’.

October 2017 – Book Design for ‘Urban Challenges, Resilient Solutions’ in which the ‘Future Urban Regions Lectorate’ offers designers, their commissioners and (local) governments new models and ideas to deal with healthy urban development. Published by trancity*valiz.

June 2017 – Book Design, text analysis, machine monologues and maps for ‘Dit Is Nu’ (‘This is Now’), an ongoing project of Jantine Wijnja.

October 2016 – Book Design for Nicholas de Monchaux's book ‘Local Code: 3,659 Proposals About Data, Design, and the Nature of Cities’ published by Princeton Architectural Press. The book's data-driven layout arranges drawings of 3,659 digitally-tailored interventions for vacant public land in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York City, and Venice (IT).

July 2014 – Book Design of 'Landscape and Energy' for HNS landscape architects – a book about the effects of the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy on our environment.

June 2014 – Book Design and Infographics for 'Smart about Cities' commissioned by PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency.

March 2013 – Series of four plotted posters about Tarawa which is part of the island nation Kiribati. With an maximum altitude of about 3 meters above sea level this could be the first nation which inhabitants have to be relocated in the next 50 years due to rising sea levels and pollution of drinking water.

October 2012 – Maps and infographics for 'The Phaidon Atlas: 20th Century World Architecture'.