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As I said in my previous post, at the Belgian Pavillion at the World Expo in Shanghai, comics are presented as one of the key parts of Belgian culture and Belgium’s contribution to the world. Hergé is listed among the … Continue reading
If you happen to be in Montréal, and you go and visit this, please send some pictures !
Until april 6 the Honey Talks exhibition (with work byAnke Feuchtenberger, Jakob Klemencic, Milorad Krstic, Koco, Matthias Lehmann, Rutu Modan, Vladan Nikolic, Marcel Ruijters, Danijel Zezelj and Matej Lavrencic) is on show in Castellon de la Plana, Spain (coinciding witt … Continue reading
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
Last week I visited the Ever Meulen exhibition again, this time with my mom (who got me hooked on Meulen in the first place). And this time I took some pictures. They’re not that good, as I used a cameraphone … Continue reading
For thirty years now, Ever Meulen has provided the posters and imagery for Humo’s yearly rock concours, the Rock Rally. On the Rock Rally Website this is celebrated with an overview of (tiny) pictures, showing the most memorable of those … Continue reading
From march 3 until march 30, the Freud Gallery (198 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8JL) presents the artwork from the Inkspot Monologues by Keith Pointing. In this book a dysfunctional relationship therapist uses the Rorschach blot test to help people … Continue reading
Here’s two recent examples of the Smurf craze that’s sweeping across Europe (or, two examples of attempts to artificially create one). Above is a key chain that was handed out to visitors of the Schleich booth at the 2008 Nürnberg … Continue reading
“De Stiel” (“The Craft”), a retrospective Ever Meulen exhibition, from february 9 up until april 13. More info : beeldbeeld.be. This the next in a series of impressive shows, which in the past featured work by Dave McKean, Chris Ware, … Continue reading
This was the poster for an Ivan Brunetti exhibition in the Fantagraphics gallery, earlier this year. I dig the Van Gogh reference.