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Category Archives: Illustration
Belgian cartoonist Olivier Schrauwen uses his trademark bleak-yet-intriguing colour palette for these illustrations for an article on the benefits of exercising to battle the symptoms of aging. From the April 29, 2016 issue of the New York Times.
Swedish illustrator Mattias Adolfsson rarely uses the comic form in his very prolific work, but when he does, he likes to be interviewed by one of his little robots.
Floc’h, French purveyor extraordinaire of extremely pure ligne claire art, has added a new gem to his long-running oeuvre. For Tout de suite, maintenant, the new film of French director Pascal Bonitzer, out in June, Floc’h created the poster and … Continue reading
Flemish comics Wunderkind Brecht Evens came up with this wonderful sleeve design for the first album by French retro-psychedelic folk jazz combo, Altavoz. Thank God for the sheer size of vinyl…
Back when unemployment and new wave ruled the land, and Ever Meulen was still Eddy Flippo, he created the artwork for this poster for a nationwide youth club tour held in Belgium in 1981. Like no other he captures the … Continue reading
Over the weekend, when life in Brussels was still ordinary, my friend Nick found this gem at a retrospective exhibition of the work of Jean-Claude Götting at the Huberty & Breyne Gallery in our fair city. Even though Götting’s style isn’t … Continue reading