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Tag Archives: Erik Kriek
In 2016 Dutch gothic Wunderkind Erik Kriek published In The Pines, a collection of short stories inspired by classic murder ballads, songs about murder, unrequited love and betrayal, all rendered with heavy swatches of black and only one extra colour. … Continue reading
For the Dutch media and TV listings magazine VPRO GidsÂ [link in Dutch], Erik Kriek drew this magnificent cover, featuringÂ Guy Pearce en Dakota Fanning as they appear n Martin Koolhoven’s new Western noir, Brimstone. The image seems to bridge between Kriek’s … Continue reading
For an exhibition currently running in the Amsterdam Press Museum, Erik Kriek created an image of the comics journalist par excellence, Clark Kent, jumping to the rescue (on the brink of getting caught). The illustration was originally published on the … Continue reading
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.Â 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