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Energy prices are on the rise in Flanders (as they are everywhere else, I gather). How to keep ourselves warm ? Kim has a few ideas in Knack. (art © Kim Duchateau)
When Pieter De Poortere’s Boerke finds himself in dire straits, a less than adequate super hero comes to the rescue ! (from Focus Knack, Boerke © Pieter De Poortere)
What is that smell ? Olivier Schrauwen illustrates an article in Knack Magazine on nostalgia… (art © Olivier Schrauwen)
Kim Duchateau, blogged about before, is becoming one of the regular cartoonists for the Flemish weekly news magazine Knack. These illustrations were made for two special editions of Knack, the literary yearbook (above) and the End Of Year special. If … Continue reading
Here’s a final set of examples on how Tintin and related elements are used as a cultural icon in journalism and topical cartooning. Above, the front page of the april 3, 1987 edition of the Flemish daily De Morgen. It … Continue reading
I posted about Pieter De Poortere earlier, here and on the FPI blog. Here are some examples of the strips he creates about his anti-hero Boerke (published in English as Dickie). These books are amongst the best humor-with-a-twist anthologies to … Continue reading