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Category Archives: Illustration
According to conceptual artist Yosuke Ushigome the only solution for long-running enemities between superpowers is the organisation of highly technological mass spectacles. In a project for MOMA Illustrator Christoph Niemann took this idea and applied it on a smaller scale, trying … Continue reading
Flemish magazine Knack recently published a special on the future of cars, and picked a very dynamic illustration by Ever Meulen for the cover, featuring a version of Ever’s own Nisiov design. I’m not sure whether it was included in Ever’s … Continue reading
While browsing around on his Flickr stream after discovering his amazing Iron Giant, I came across this proposal for Lego 2000AD Minifigs that Ken Levell did a couple of years ago. Talk about complete – the list even includes Zombo. … Continue reading
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, illustrator Kolchoz (Sam Vanallemeersch) created this double-page spread for Flemish daily De Morgen. Previously Vanallemeersch also contributed to NoBrow, Monocle and Google Think Quarterly, among others.
As a part of their long-term Go For Zero plan (aimed at reducing the number of deaths by traffic accidents to zero), Belgium’s road safety agency BIVV is currently running a campaign against drivers’ bad temper. Campaign materials include radio … Continue reading
Paul Hornschemeier contributed this haunting image for an opinion piece on the possible demise of the alternative weeklies, in the March 4, 2014 issue of the New York Times
This scene will be quite familiar for those amongst you who spend their time slaving away in their home office, constantly disturbed by neighbours, offspring and the technological temptations that populate our households. A recent illustration by Brecht Vandenbroucke for … Continue reading