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When Humo magazine asked Flemish artist Pieter van Eenoge was asked to provide an illustration for an article on highly educated people who can’t find suitable jobs, he came up with this beauty featuring all the smartest characters from Belgian … Continue reading
A while ago, I posted about the new spot illustrations that Ever Meulen made on the occasion of the big Humo magazine redesign. Recently, Humo’s resident TV critic Rudy Vandendaele quit his regular feature, and instead started a general column … Continue reading
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
I’m currently leafing through all the magazines that we seem to have amassed over the past few months, to see whether there’s anything worth keeping before they go in the bin, and I found this beautiful little illustration by Flemish … 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 !
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
Over the years, Ever Meulen has done a zillion covers for Humo magazine. Some of them are plainly recognizable, for others you need to know it’s actually him. Here is an example of a hidden Meulen somewhere in the eighties, … Continue reading
Last year Belgian media and culture magazine Humo completely overhauled its layout (well, maybe not completely). This involved different, whiter paper, a new, bolder type for titles (by master typographer Gert Dooreman, who previously also did the new typography for … Continue reading