A very beautiful music video made by Belgian designer Mark Borgions for Stan Lee Cole’s ‘separated’-song.
Stan Lee Cole – Separated from Mark Borgions on Vimeo.
The animation was made with ‘Toon Boom Harmony’ and a little ‘After Effects’. Like the song itself, it tells the sad story of couples separating and literally feeling incomplete without your other half. Enjoy!
Dutch illustrator Marja Meijer is working on new book: What A Lousy Weather, written by Miriam Mous. Marja’s drawings are always frivolous and cheerful, it seems like their lines flow from her pencil in a most natural way.
This is also the case for these images I found on her Facebookpage: on one side you can see the sketch and on the other side the coloured illustration. Both illustrations are from What A Lousy Weather.
The illustration below is a different story. This is a cover Marja illustrated for “Ootje”, a collection of stories by Lida Dijkstra.
Unfortunately, the publication of this book was delayed.
Art by Marja Meijer
Lea is a fresh graduated, brand new illustrator from the netherlands. After studying at the Art Academy of St. Joost she’s throwing herself in the big and beautiful world of children book illustrations. We wish her the best of luck and a birthday card now and then.
Pieter is an illustrator from the Netherlands. He has made some footsteps in the comics world, but his greatest work is in the: newspaper, magazine and commercial world.
This man has a website, yes. But still working on it I believe. I for one am waiting patiently, because I like his style of work.
It’s funny, confronting and sometimes a bit scary. But I think illustrations may do that now and then.
At first sight I thought:’ This is somebody who paid good attention in art history class.’ This work breaths pop art. Though it has a lot more layers.
Mieke is an independent illustrator from Belgium. On her own tab since 1995. She already worked with loads of publishers and libraries. And she calls herself a graphic illustrator. Check!
Hanneke Nabers is an illustrator from the Netherlands. She has a very cool website, so be sure sure to check it out! It has been a long time since I’ve seen one like that!.
If you know anything about drawing or making pictures. You’ll want to hold (and) or capture a feeling in your drawing. To search and master an emotion. Look and look further. Then you have to see this Belgian illustrator’s work. Jawdroppingly beautiful. If I had a hat, I would take it off and salute this man from Antwerp.
Jurgen is a Belgian illustrator, and as you can see on his blog, he has very itchy drawing fingers.