New work from Mark Borgion. Have a look at his work on his handmademonsters website.
Spotted on a hot summer night: Toy Factory.
Toy Factory is Sam De Buysscher’s way of re-creating the feel and ambiance of an old Antwerp based industry. Advertising posters and toys recovered from the dusty warehouse will be transformed into contemporary objects and posters. Toy Factory uses bright and strong colours, fifties design and a lot of humour.
Art by Sam de Buysscher
I’ve found this illustration in The big Grimm book, published by Lannoo publishers.
You got to have this book: it’s loaded with fantastic art by the best illustrators from the Low Lands.
This is an illustration by Wendy Panders, a Dutch illustrator living in Rotterdam. She made it for the story of Rapunzel, by the Grimm Brothers.
Art by Wendy Panders
We’ve moved our beloved pinboards to a new account. A dedicated P&P-account.
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A nice illustration ‘The Busy Trap’ from Belgian illustrator Brecht Vandenbroucke published by The New York Times. It was made for an article about the 21 century and how busy people get these days. Brecht Vandenbroucke has got some more nice stuff on his flickr.
Art by Brecht Vandenbroucke.
This is one of many great illustrations made by dutch illustrator Miriam Bos. She graduated at the Willem de Kooning Academy in 2002 and in 2004 she also graduated as teacher expressive arts and design.
After graduation she went to America for a half year where she made some animations for the Kidspace Children Museum in Pasadena and the South Dakota State Historical Society.
Now she lives in Apeldoorn where the magic happens. The majority of her work exists in making greeting cards and making illustrations for children books and magazines.
Art by Miriam Bos.
The leading Dutch news and opinion magazines recently published their summer “special editions”, and quite by coincidence, at least three of them sport covers by cartoonists.
Vrij Nederland had a very nice Joost Swarte holiday illustration on the cover, while HP/De Tijd (which we wrote about before) had a cover by Erik Varekamp on its July 2012 issue. And for the second year in a row, Elsevier had commissioned French illustrator and cartoonist Jacques Loustal for a very lazy summery illustration.
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