Saturday, April 30, 2011


This is part of a new series: "WOODPEOPLE", for an upcoming solo show.

Little ode to the sexy Poison Ivy and the man-eating plant in Little Shop of Horrors.

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Thursday, April 21, 2011


CHALK CHALK CHALK tonight ! Live drawing in front of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp together with great artists like Anneke Caramin, Ward Zwart, Gitte Le Bruyn, Eva Mundorff, Astrid Yskout and possibly English guest illustrators Gemma Correll and Anthony Zinonos.

JONGBLOED / warning: in Dutch /

sta me toe hier ook de creatieve jongerengroep te promoten van het KMSK. Ze zoeken nog volop nieuwe enthousiaste leden tussen 16 en 24 die mee crazy projecten willen realiseren in het geweldige gebouw tussen Rubens en Ensor. Spring er zeker eens binnen en check voor meer info

Thursday, April 14, 2011


This is part of a new series: "WOODPEOPLE", for an upcoming solo show.

Instead of killing people this guy here is mostly killing time.
Little ode to the Coen Brothers' Oh Brother Where Art Thou and The Big Lebowski for the prison and bowling themes.

Saturday, April 9, 2011


This is part of a new series: "WOODPEOPLE", for an upcoming solo show. Here's a little ode to the early boxing era, when boxers still had cool mustaches.

Thursday, April 7, 2011


This is part of a new series: "WOODPEOPLE", for an upcoming solo show. This fella's name refers to the glockenspiel instrument below, but also to the main character in the fantastic Polanski movie, The Pianist. The brassband costume is on its turn a little ode to The Beatles.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011


There will be a little bit of blood..

Ode to a fantastic film, There Will Be Blood, and part of a new series: "WOODPEOPLE", for a new upcoming show of mine, based on a Playmobil toy and my Lumberjack illustration earlier.


I designed the website of some good friends of mine
( 2 professional photographers and 1 director ) for their new production company, Picturesque. It had to be fun and colourful, so I provided a world starting from space to jungle, New York-like city, Alaska, Scotland and Hawaii-like place with the three of them returning on each page. crazy and playful.
website to be visited here:

Saturday, April 2, 2011


I was contacted again by the nice people of youth culture expert organisation Ladda, to make a quick series of illustrations to accompany their research study about why young families choose or choose not to live in a city. It might not all make much sense without the text material, but you can look at the drawingz.