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Tag Archives: Kim Duchateau
Every week the Belgian media magazine Humo publishes a strip like this by a Belgian cartoonist about a film that he or she thinks is important. This week, Kim Duchateau brings down the essence of David Lynch’s cult film Eraserhead … Continue reading
“Next !” Even though the eagerly awaited Tintin movie is still in post-production, and no final footage (or even still photography) has been made available so far, Flemish media were abuzz last week with news that director Steven Spielberg was … Continue reading
“Humiliation in Smurfish is 5 dollar extra” – From Kim Duchateau‘s Facebook gallery. (cartoon © Kim Duchateau)
Yeti is a monthly magazine for kids, published by the Flemish Government’s Department of Education. It typically features tips on school life, combined with jokes and general zaniness. The magazine regularly features illustrations and strips by Flemish cartoonists Nix, Kim … Continue reading
When Bob Dylan Revisited, a compilation of Dylan interpretations by the likes of Dave McKean or Lorenzo Mattotti, was published in Dutch a few weeks ago, Kim Duchateau either felt left out, or found himself quite inspired. In any case, … Continue reading
This cartoon by Kim Duchateau in tuesday’s De Morgen explains the result of Moulinsart’s handling of the press at the opening of the new Hergé museum in Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium. For more, check my post at Forbidden Planet. As an aside … Continue reading
De Morgen cartoonist Kim Duchateau did this topical cartoon on the crisis and the Cannes festival. I like it when there’s no translation necessary…