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Erik does Yves

Dutch clear line virtuoso Erik de Graaf pays tribute to his “great example and inspirator as a comic-artist”, Yves Chaland, with his own interpretations of Freddy Lombard, Sweep and Dina, and more to come.

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Droplet ?

Erik De Graaf, whom I blogged about earlier, recently took part in a charity art auction for a rabbit shelter.  Naturally, the theme of the event was “rabbits”, and Erik’s piece was sold within minutes. It may be a bit … Continue reading

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New Years Card by Erik De Graaf

Dutch illustrator and cartoonist Erik De Graaf, written about before, sent me this new years card he created for the Klare Lijn International website.  I like the positive, hopeful vibe it represents.  Maybe you’ll also discover the year it was … Continue reading

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Erik De Graaf

Erik De Graaf is a Dutch art director who started doing his own strips as an antidote for client-driven, deadline-littered jobs.  The subject of his first comics, which were published in 2003 and 2004, were his memories of his youth.  They … Continue reading

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