I am a Belgian based animator and illustrator.
I try to come up with simple drawings for complex matters.
An illustration to celebrate 20 years of community work Client: City Council of Leuven (Belgium)
The traffic knot is impossible to disentangle.
Sometimes I stare out my window and draw. It’s an exercise in minimal color use, design and creativity. When I’m in a fancy mood, I call it ‘self-development’.
Isometric illustration of the castle of Horst(Belgium) for the Flemish heritage organisation Herita.
A growing collection to celebrate the diversity and versatility of bicycle life.
‘Vormingplus Kempen’ asked citizens of the City Region of Turnhout (Belgium) how they wanted to look their region in 2040. I drew a map of al these plans and dreams. This map was part of a newspaper ‘Krant voor de Stadsregio Turnhout’ (in Dutch). You can explore the map and details on the website of … Continue reading “City Region of Turnhout (BE) in 2040”
A collection of illustrations for the city council of the Belgian city of Sint-Niklaas to promote their climate efforts.
An ever growing collection of hand drawn isometric illustrations for the Belgian branch of VECO.
De Landgenoten means ‘the Countrymen’ in Dutch. They try to gather people to buy farmland together and rend it to bio farmers. I made a (Dutch) animation to find more ‘Landgenoten’: Sound: Het Geluidshuis Concept: De Landgenoten, Dondervogels and Willem Pirquin
In 2009, the book ‘Econoshock’ by the Belgian economist Geert Noels was published. Five years later, VRT-journalist Michaël Van Droogenbroeck goes on a quest for the roots, the consequences and possible solutions for the financial crisis we are facing today. The result is a four episodes documentary. The series was produced by Sylvester productions for Canvas. I made … Continue reading “Econoshock 2.0”
The building of Veco(Belgium) has been eco-renovated. I made these four murals to celebrate this.
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