Roozeboos, or Anne Roos Kleiss as you might know her in daily life, tries to look at the world with a childlike curiosity. Something that is reflected in her artist name, which was her nickname as a kid. Her work is playful, energetic and filled with tons of little details to get lost in. When she is not sitting behind her desk you can find her on a corner of the street with her sketchbook, capturing the world around her. Roozeboos mostly uses traditional materials like paint and crayons, but she also enjoys working with risograph or screen printing. She has worked with companies such as Blossom Books, Oerol, Villa Zebra, Child’s Play, Pearle and Duizel in het Park. Making art around the themes of inclusivity, food, small tokens of happiness and nature is her biggest passion.