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A typology of gifts

A couple of years ago, Flemish illustrator (and cartoonist) Jan Bosschaert drew these sketches for a supplement about presents that De Morgen published on the occasion of Christmas and the New Year.  Even though Bosschaert is a very accomplished painter … Continue reading

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The Parliament of Comics

Flemish cartoonist Tom Bouden, best known for his series of gay comics, recently published a quite lovely album called “Paniek in Stripland” (Panic in Comic Land).  It’s a book that pays hommage to everything that made classic Flemish comics great, … Continue reading

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Tintin inspires

Over the years, Tintin has inspired Belgian magazine cover designers to come up with references, parodies or paraphrasings of almost iconic images from his adventures. In this post, one from a Pourquoi Pas issue from 1988 and three Humo covers … Continue reading

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Jan Bosschaert In A Festive Mood

With Easter coming up, here’s a nice drawing by Jan Bosschaert for a Standaard Uitgeverij Christmas card from a few years back. I think this will appeal to the “women who read” afficcionado as well… You know who you are…

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