‘We have to understand what it means to be human in a world that is increasingly standardized’

Hendrik-Jan Grievink


Designer Hendrik-Jan is responsible for the visual output of various projects conducted by Next Nature Network.

His work includes the Fake for Real Memory Game, about reality and simulation (BIS publishers 2007); the book Next Nature: Nature Changes Along With Us (Actar, 2011); the NANO Supermarket, a speculative design project about the impact of nanotechnology on our daily lives (2010 – present) and the recently published In Vitro Meat Cookbook, which explores the possible future of lab grown meat through design fiction (BIS publishers, 2014).

Posts by Hendrik-Jan Grievink

Information Decoration 

Smog: an Augmented Reality?

A few days ago, these images of iconic buildings in Beijing as they look with and without intense smog have been posted on Weibo, one of China’s most popular social media platforms. Interestingly, these images speak the visual language of augmented reality apps, in which an additional layer of information is projected on top of the perceptible environment as seen […]


Modernist Food

This modernist food makes the future of 3D printed food look pretty tasty!

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