(Dordrecht, 1991) is an artist and poet, but also known for her Instagram account @Mignonnus, where she unabashedly addresses topics such as art, autism, cyberbullying, sexuality and feminism. One of her missions is to make art accessible and she carries this out both on- and offline. In 2017 she published the illustrated collection of poems Zon- & Sodeflikstralen and in 2020 her personal city guide about Dordrecht: De Maaspiraat. She works autonomously, but also illustrates under the alias @StudioStout. The illustrations of Studio Stout are recognizable by their bright colours and black lines, and are made both freely and on commission. In 2021 she made an illustration for a poetic letter by Annemarie Ensor for the Winternachten festival programme Erfstukken (Heirlooms).(WU 2021)
Archive available for: Mignon Nusteling
At the request of Writers Unlimited, five authors wrote a letter to a family member of another generation asking: "What concern or fear about this time would you like to present to a family member in the past or in the future?" Five artists responded to the letters and created an unique illustration. Graphic designer Herman van Bostelen turned it into a paper gem: from leporello to postcard.
We launch the analogue issue (in Dutch only) of Inheritance with an online program. Enjoy the conversations with four authors and illustrators involved: Eva Meijer, Fleur Kotten, Babeth Fonchie and Jessica Bacuna talk about the special collaboration from our favorite bookshop in The Hague, De Vries Van Stockum. (Dutch spoken)
With: authors Annemarie Estor, Babeth Fonchie, Jens Meijen, Eva Meijer and Babah Tarawally and artists Mignon Nusteling, Jessica Bacuna, Rachel Sender, Fleur Kotten and Kenneth Aidoo. Read the English translation via our site. Paper edition (in Dutch) available (€7,50) via The Haguestore or webshop De Vries Van Stockum.
Read and watch the English translations of Inheritance:
- Annemarie Estor and Mignon Nusteling
- Babeth Fonchie and Jessica Bacuna
- Jens Meijen and Rachel Sender
- Eva Meijer and Fleur Kotten
- Babah Tarawally and Kenneth Aidoo
Program concept: Joëlle Koorneef (Writers Unlimited)
Design: Herman van Bostelen
Book sales: De Vries Van Stockum Boeken
Videoregistration: Wilbert Eerland