Playing with your brain

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Why time goes slower when we get older
Rhonald Blommestijn
for Douwe Draaisma interview, Audi Magazine

Dutch graphic designer Rhonald Blommestijn's illustrations play with medical and technical themes in unexpected ways. Check out his blog, and his series of concept illustrations for the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).

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The Effect of Playstation on the Human Body
Rhonald Blommestijn
For Playstation Belgium

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Rhonald Blommestijn
For the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)

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