5 Questions with freelance digital creative Tom Vanhooreweder

I’m currently living and working as a freelance digital creative in Antwerp. I grew up in a city near Brussels. Nobody in my family is really doing anything creative… I’m the odd man out. 😉 So when I had the chance to pursue that creativity, I went ahead and did just that. Continue reading 5 Questions with freelance digital creative Tom Vanhooreweder

5 Questions with digital artist & graphic designer Frédéric Geerts

I’m a graphic designer and digital artist, mostly active in the entertainment and advertising industry. A production company offered me some freelance work while still at school, so I began my own business straight after graduating. It wasn’t thought out very well but I’ve been doing it ever since. Starting as a graphic designer, I now specialise in creative retouching, key visuals and matte painting. Continue reading 5 Questions with digital artist & graphic designer Frédéric Geerts

5 Questions with interior designer & art director Annemarie van Riet

For the past 23 years as an interior designer, I have been working with clients on interior design and marketing projects. I have worked with both small and large companies on very diverse projects. From designing commercial and residential interiors to branding a webshop and launching a new line of furniture, my background is in interior design, project management, product launch and marketing strategy. Continue reading 5 Questions with interior designer & art director Annemarie van Riet

5 Questions with motion & graphic designer duo Visualsinternationals

We met at a music competition. Jonas won, Wouter was snubbed. After that, we both went our separate ways as a motion designer and a graphic designer. It took us 6 years to realise that collaborating would be a lot more comfortable for the both of us and it results in more diverse work.  Continue reading 5 Questions with motion & graphic designer duo Visualsinternationals

5 Questions with iIlustrator Xavier Truant

As an illustrator I grew up in the Westhoek or ‘West Corner’ of West Flanders. Its fields were once well-known battlegrounds for the World Wars. Now it’s a beautifully serene area renowned for its hop and beer culture. When I was younger, my parents had a bakery and tearoom, and that’s where I began my first forays into illustration — between the old ladies that came to eat tarts and sip coffee. Continue reading 5 Questions with iIlustrator Xavier Truant

5 Questions with art director & graphic designer Fran Rodríguez

I studied to be a graphic designer and I never got to finish the degree. I am what you call a self-taught designer, I’ve learned most of what I know in on my own. I’ve always been interested in art, and at the same moment when I was falling in an existential crisis, I discovered graphic design by chance. It saved my life. Continue reading 5 Questions with art director & graphic designer Fran Rodríguez

5 Questions with graphic & UI/UX designer Pieter De Kegel

I was born in 1978 in Aalst, a town between Ghent and Brussels. Grew up in a small village with not a lot to do. I started going to the local roller rink when I was about 9 years old and started skateboarding when I was 10. From then on until I was about 21 skateboarding was pretty much the only thing that mattered to me 24/7. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic & UI/UX designer Pieter De Kegel

5 Questions with graphic designer Laura Broux

I grew up in Antwerp, in a creative family which has influenced me a lot. My father is a professional guitarist and I have been constantly surrounded by the sound of classical music during my youth. That is why my base is probably music, hearing my father play every day I learned that music is about discipline, analysis, emotion and a partly romance. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic designer Laura Broux

5 Questions with graphic designer Rik Staesens

Long story short… I was born and raised in Bruges. My childhood dreams revolved around becoming the next Robert Van de Walle or the next Jean-Pierre Papin. Destined for world domination! None of that happened. School is a bit of a blur now but I do remember it didn’t prepare me for world domination either. Started university, hated it and decided to travel instead. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic designer Rik Staesens

5 Questions with graphic designer Matthias De Vylder

Around 14, I decided to leave the main school of the town I grew up in to go study woodworking in the city nearby. The daily train ride over there exposed me to graffiti, which fascinated me immensely. It didn’t take long before I was hooked on writing my name as much as I could, experimenting with different writing styles. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic designer Matthias De Vylder