Yvo Zijlstra (1958) is educated in graphic design. He worked at design collective Hard Werken and worked independent under the name Knockout. Since 2001 he is part of Antenna-Men, a group of media architects based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He does design for both books and multi media. According to Zijlstra design is as a way of storytelling, transformed into either ink or electricity. He did many projects with photographers like Ad van Denderen, Jacqueline Hassink, Carel van Hees, Kadir van Lohuizen, Dana Lixenberg and Geert van Kesteren. Yvo Zijlstra owns an iPad but he prefers to read books and considers the medium bicycle as the acme of interactivity.