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Tag Archives: Ever Meulen
The Summer Of The Gripping Book (to literally translate its official title) is a yearly event organised by book promotion agency boek.be, together with media magazine Humo and bookstore chain Standaard Boekhandel to promote reading (and, naturally, buying books) during … Continue reading
Ever Meulen provided this year’s topical Christmas front page for the Belgian daily De Standaard, but even though there’s a manger in the centre of the picture, 2009 comes creeping in in the bottom right corner, and so I thought … Continue reading
What better way to celebrate Christmas than with a couple of illustrations by two of my favourite Belgian artists ? The lovely picture above by Judith Vanistendael was lifted from her version of the Christmas Story (which she wrote … Continue reading
It’s not exactly the right time to go on a diet if you live around the Belgian city of Leuven. Twelve restaurants have launched the second edition of LeuvenKookKunst.be. From November 20 until May 20 (which, as it happens, is … Continue reading
I posted a Humo cover before, which featured a take on Ever Meulen’s design for the Pop Poll Medal. So I thought it would only be fitting to also show you the real deal. This is the desig for the … Continue reading
M&L used to be the bimonthly magazine if the Flemish official agency for “Monuments and landscapes” (now the agency for the protection of our immobile heritage). For a government publication, it was a quite glossy production, with lots of top-rate … Continue reading
Fellow Ever Meulen fan Stijn Dams points out that the new masthead for the letters column that Ever created for the new Humo Design, was quite flawed, as the illustration was positioned in front of the title. Since then, Humo … Continue reading
My mom took a subscription to Humo Magazine, and I got her complementary Ever Meulen Lamp. Thanks, Mom !
As an appendix to yesterday’s post, I’ve selected a few (admittedly, very bad) pictures of doodles by Art Spiegelman and Charles Burns, from letters they sent to Ever Meulen. They were on display at the Meulen exhibition in Leuven, and … Continue reading