Photographer and entrepreneur Roel Oosterwijk launches new 2021 digital prints

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Dutch entrepreneur and photographer Roel Oosterwijk has revealed his latest creations with the launch of a new series of designs.

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Dutch entrepreneur and photographer Roel Oosterwijk has revealed his latest creations with the launch of a new series of designs including his latest cotton tote bag and museum-quality posters with their durable matte papers.

Having risen to prominence with his photography of landscapes and upcoming models in his home country, Oosterwijk has delved into art and design, taking his photography skills to the next level by embracing the fast rising popularity of digital poster art and accessories.

From his stunning Erasmus Bridge poster to his sleek iPhone case concepts, Roel Oosterwijk is setting new trends with his latest digital work.

Having been interested in art and design from an early age, the young artist to-be attended Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam where he studied graphic design, graduating in 2020.

While being confronted by a global pandemic, Oosterwijk’s enthusiasm for photography and design haven’t stopped the young entrepreneur from building a business where he can highlight his latest work and bring about new design concepts to the world.

Speaking with reporters this week, Oosterwijk confirmed that he was going to be launching his first full service digital agency in the coming months following the uptake in his early design work.

With so many young entrepreneurs across the world looking to connect with audiences through digital e-commerce, there’s never been a greater opportunity to promote artwork on the global stage.

For, Roel Oosterwijk, his journey is just beginning, and we’re excited to see him progress!

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