Tag Archives: Johan De Moor

Belgopocket goes Marque Jaune

One of the first posts I ever did for this blog in its current format, was about the illustrations Johan De Moor made for the Belgopocket in 2005, and how he used his father Bob De Moor’s character Balthazar in … Continue reading

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Johan de Moor paints a shop

It came to mind that most of you probably have never been to Het Besloten Land, doubtlessly one of the best comic stores in Belgium (Matt Madden even calls it “one of those mythically great European comics shops I’ve been … Continue reading

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Heroes y Villanos

Entrecomics reports on a Spanish project involving illustrative artists and cartoonists illustrating poems. They cite examples by Johan De Moor (above) and Joost Swarte, but (as far as I understand the text – I can do a wild guess when … Continue reading

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Johan De Moor shows the way

Since this blog is something of a continuation of my Yahoo Group, i’ve decided to post some stuff from time to time that has made the rounds there. I’ll try to limit myself to stuff that’s fairly public domain. To … Continue reading

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