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Tag Archives: Serge Baeken
Wilt, the 2016 album by Belgium’s finest lo-fi psychedelic countryrockers Red Rum Orchestra, is now on Spotify. That should be reason enough for a post. However, let’s just say that it also provides us with a nice opportunity to showcase … Continue reading
In January of this year Belgian painter Luc Tuymans lost a court case filed against him by photographer Katrijn Van Giel who claimed that for his painting A Belgian Politician, Tuymans had simply copied one of her photographs of Belgian … Continue reading
Every year in November the Boekenbeurs, the biggest book fair in the Dutch-speaking part of the world, is held in Antwerp. For this year’s edition, the organisers commissioned a poster and a general brand image from Flemish illustrator and cartoonist … Continue reading
When David Bowie announced a new album after ten years of silence, a feeding frenzy broke out among the presserati. Flemish daily De Morgen this weekend contributed to the looking-back-and-looking-forward action with an article about Bowie’s outfits throughout his carreer … Continue reading
Flemish illustrator and cartoonist Serge Baeken will be signing his work in the legendary comics store Lambiek in Amsterdam. And so, he drew himself signing, well, in Lambiek. (artwork © Serge Baeken, from his Facebook page)
Have a good one yourself, Serge !
I promised I wouldn’t post anything anymore about the US election earlier this month, but this illustration by Flemish cartoonist Serge Baeken for the daily De Tijd (November 6) says it all : OK, so Obama won – now what … Continue reading
At last year’s Turnhout comics festival, Dutch singer-songwriter Spinvis performed on stage with a real pantheon of Dutch and Belgian comics artists. On the video, you hear Nagemaakte Gek (Counterfeit Crazy), with artistic support by Hanco Kolk. It wasn’t the … Continue reading