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When Brecht Evens and Brecht Vandenbroucke, two of the best graphic artists currently working in Belgium (if not the most colourful), join forces to create a single picture, we are all just lucky that the world doesn’t implode due to … Continue reading
It would seem that Flemish cartoonist and illustrator Brecht Vandenbroucke (his White Cube must be the best commentary in comic format on the current art world around) has been making a name of himself as a magazine illustrator. In the past … Continue reading
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
On the occasion of the exhibition La Boîte A Gand, which will present the visitors of the he Angoulême Festival to new Flemish creative comic talent, a special magazine was produced by The Flemish Literary Fund (Vlaams Fonds voor de … Continue reading