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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
Pieter De Poortere never ceases to amaze when he drops a new Boerke/Dickie comic every week for Flemish media magazine Focus. Boerke’s latest feat casts him as a reincarnation of Mario, but in his case, he stays close to the … Continue reading
In the runup to the yearly visit of Sinterklaas (the Dutch and Flemish version of Santa Claus, who visits every year on December 5) Pieter de Poortere created this child-friendly version of his famous Where’s Wally-like pictures. The illustration is … Continue reading
I’m currently taking advantage of the weekend to weed out my ever-growing stack of magazines, and I came across this illustration by our very own Pieter de Poortere in Flemish entertainment and media magazine Focus, looking back at the year … 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
The city of Leuven, where I work, has recently introduced a new regulation, which limits the maximum speed to 30 km/h within city limits. I am not going to open up a discussion here on whether this will have any … Continue reading