Busy making a series based upon the fascinating dioramas you'll find in a museum of natural history, filled with stuffed animals and beautifuly painted scenery in the back. I love that 'romantic, perfect world behind glass'-kind of feeling they have.
It's gonna be all about India, Nocturnal jungles, ...
It's been awfully quiet over here lately, but after a year and a few months of work my first children's book, HET HONDJE DAT NINO NIET HAD (The doggie Nino didn't have) is a fact! It's being published by Belgian publisher De Eenhoorn on the 15th of april.
The wonderful text was written by author Edward Van De Vendel.
Here's a little preview of the cover and a few pages. We'll keep the rest a secret until it comes out.
There are a few other projects on it's way aswell...
New Illustration for Nobrow 7, Brave New World.
The theme of this issue is inspired by the famous novel written by Aldous Huxley in 1931.
I had a great time working on this one!
You can pre-order it here: http://www.nobrow.net/8349
My work, Memoires of a Suburban Utopia' is now published by the German publisher ROTOPOLPRESS.
"Memoires of a Suburban Utopia" is a concertina book wich folds out to a stunning 260cm Illustration that gives us an insight into the modern suburbs of nowadays. In these suburbs, where everybody is isolating their property with neatly cut hedges and bushes, garden gates and white picket fences, dozens of stories are about to happen every day. Everyone is living their own lives, we can merely catch a glimpse. Those lives can appear much more thrilling or mundane as they actually are.
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO ORDER: check out the Rotopolpress website: http://www.rotopolpress.de/en/produkte/memoires-of-a-suburban-utopia