Willem Pirquin (1984) is a rather unremarkable illustrator. He does not have a particularly recognisable style, his studio is just a desk in his living room and his life is rather boring and uneventful. Nonetheless, he makes a living from his illustration and animation work for over a decade now. He worked for many clients way out of his league. The fact that this is possible, is just one of the many miracles of life.
While it feels a bit awkward at first, Willem also enjoys writing about himself in third person.
Take a look at the collection below.
Kids on the loose! What can governments do to make evironments more child-friendly?
What problems can be solved with artificial intelligence?
Educational packages by VRT NWS
A set of illustrations to get you reading
A set of risoprint posters to celebrate diversity in cycling culture.
‘The Palliative Debate’
For questions about violence
Yellow and Red, the colors of KV Mechelen
An ever growing collection of illustrations
Modular illustrations for flexible housing
My biggest work yet
A small illustration for a coffee project that never made it
26 Instagram Stories of the European Parliament
Simple and colorful illustrations for a daycare center for babies and toddlers with disabilities
A huge mural for Friends
A series of illustrations to help young asylum seekers
Look and find illustration against litter
7 challenges for seaweed farming in the North Sea
An illustration for a blog post about life
An ever growing set of funny characters
Infographics + sketches!
Illustrations from the north of Antwerp
Building blocks for modular mobility hubs
Roles in living
Illustration to promote local shopping and tourism in the Belgian town of Hoeilaart
Six short animations about sharing, recycling and sustainability
The traffic knot is impossible to disentangle
Isometric illustration of the castle of Horst(Belgium)
Ideas for the City Region of Turnhout (BE) in 2040
An illustration for an app that never made it
Because farmers deserve better
Farmland for Bio Farmers
Short explainers for a 4 episode documentary
Four murals to celebrate the eco-renovation of the Belgian hadquarters
Like what you see?
Maybe we can work together.