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Imbibe in style with Ilah !

Drinking from the bottle may be handy if you want to drink a lot, but it will probably not up your social stature.  But not to worry, because help is at hand from Flemish cartoonist Ilah.  She has designed her … Continue reading

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Keep your readers reading

And if anybody dares to congratulate me with my promotion by saying “pleasantly surprised”… While browsing through Vacature (see earlier) this morning, it struck me that its publishers had used an age-old solution to the problem of how to keep … Continue reading

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Use public transport, pay less next time

On the tickets for Flemish local public transport organisation De Lijn‘s services (the bus, basically), Ilah’s Cordelia urges users to get their tickets in advance (as that is cheaper). Which is a bit strange to me, since this results in … Continue reading

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Ilah hits the mark again

A while ago I presented a strip by Flemish cartoonist Ilah, which struck me as being eerily close to what’s happening in my life right now. A few days ago, she hit the spot again. I very rarely get to … Continue reading

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Truth in cartooning, as in Real Life

Ilah is one of those cartoonist who manage to capture Real Life in a few carefully chosen lines. She makes it look so easy, and still has me stumped every time I see one of her cartoons or strips. The … Continue reading

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40 Part 39 – Best Wishes

New Year’s cards are always a good source for nice illustrative work. These cards were commissioned respectively by Humo Magazine in 2005, and comic store Het Besloten Land in Leuven, Belgium in 2006(the best comic store on the continent, let … Continue reading

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