Projects | Graphics | Livery design
The DeWaterbus ferry service is a form of public water transport on the Scheldt. KesselsGranger DesignWorks is responsible for the stiking livery design of the ferries.
Lijn 19 Waterbus
In 2013, KesselsGranger DesignWorks was asked to design a young and dynamic appearance for the Kraling-Feijenoord ferry (Line 19). The new ferry service was taken into use in April 2014.
In preparation for the launch of the 1.0 fully electric city bus at the IAA in Hanover, Ebusco commissioned KesselsGranger DesignWorks to design a striking livery.
TOP of MINI
KesselsGranger DesignWorks designed the exclusive chequered roof graphic for the TOP of MINI design edition. This special edition was officially sold by MINI Nederland.
Aqualiner catamarans sail from Rotterdam to the RDM Campus / HTS and IPO of Rotterdam University. KesselsGranger DesignWorks has provided a young / technical look for these special ships.
For King's Day 2015, KesselsGranger DesignWorks designed a special livery for Waterbus. The Waterbus transported His Majesty King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima to the Groothoofd and afterwards participated in the Grande Parade.
KesselsGranger DesignWorks was asked to create the livery design for the launch of the updated Ebusco 2.0. The design has powerful lines, with clear branding in the corporate Ebusco colours.
Fontys Automotive & TU/E
The aim of the Grand Cooperative Driving Challenge is to optimally combine a vehicles autonomous driving capabilities with the interaction and communication between other vehicles and the surrounding infrastructure. KesselsGranger was asked to design a livery for the Fontys and TU/e student team.Read more
The Waterbus Rotterdam-Drechtsteden is a form of public transport on water that travels between Rotterdam and Dordrecht, and within the Drechtsteden region, in the Dutch province of South Holland.
For Brussels Airlines, KesselsGranger designed a special livery inspired by Victor Horta's Art Nouveau architecture. The concept is a flying reminder of the graceful Art Nouveau architecture that can be found in Brussels.
Commissioned by Borkumer Kleinbahn, KesselsGranger DesignWorks designed a livery for their fleet of electric buses. The livery is inspired by the shape of the Wadden Island, with dynamic lines and is executed in their traditional colour scheme.
EV Battery Pack
Livery design can also be applied to smaller products. For the batteries of the Ebusco electric buses, KesselsGranger DesignWorks designed the foil with recognisable Ebusco branding and product information.