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Today I finally received the first issue of the new Dutch literary magazine Eisner, the first of its kind to be completely devoted to visual narratives and graphic novels. It’s a thin trade paperback of about 70 pages, with new … Continue reading
The Dutch current affairs magazine Vrij Nederland regularly publishes strips by established or lesser-known Dutch and foreign cartoonists. Typically these strips are printed on three consecutive right pages in the magazine, offering the creator a unique possibility for cliffhangers. The … Continue reading
Dutch cartoonist and Erik Kriek made this sleeve for a 7″ by the Dutch Rock ‘n’ rollers The Quotes, featuring the cutest of all robots : Andy Royd. (via Clogwork)
Dutch illustration wizard (and Gutsman creator) Erik Kriek presents two illustrations he made for the Dutch railways’ information magazine, Rails, over at Clogwork. I like them because they’re vintage Kriek (even though he’s evolving in his use of color) and … Continue reading