5 Questions with illustrator Mellon

As long as I can remember, going back to when I was really small, I’ve been drawing. Always, anywhere. I grew up in a small town near Leuven, surrounded by woods and nature, which I loved. When I was 18 I moved to Brussels where I stayed for ten years before ending up in Antwerp where I now live and work. Continue reading 5 Questions with illustrator Mellon

5 Questions with graphic designer Pieter Boels

Quite a few of my (Pieter Boels) family members work in creative fields: art, product design, architecture. My parents are interior architects. Looking back I think growing up in consciously designed environments really shaped my view of the world and my aesthetic sensibilities. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic designer Pieter Boels

5 Questions with graphic & type designer Carlos de Toro

I was born in Logroño, a small city located in the north of Spain where I lived most my life. We have a good design school here, I spent 4 years studying there to get my Graphic Design Bachelor. After my study, I started working on graphic design projects. I worked at different studios and I also worked there as an editorial designer in the local newspaper.

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An interview with graphic design duo Raban Ruddigkeit & Lea Brousse

Berlin-based designer Raban Ruddigkeit has been pushing the envelope for over twenty years. With more than a hundred national and international awards on his mantlepiece and an impressive list of clients in his portfolio, you would be forgiven for thinking he might relax and enjoy the view for a while. Instead, he and his creative partner Lea Brousse are ready for a major overhaul of their design atelier. Their focus is now firmly on branding in the digital age. Continue reading An interview with graphic design duo Raban Ruddigkeit & Lea Brousse

An interview with graphic designer Jan Bajtlik

Warsaw-based graphic designer Jan Bajtlik, 25, is a member of the Polish Association of Fine Arts in Warsaw. He has designed several children’s book, as well as posters and illustrations. His work was published in Time, The New York Times and Libération, as well as the Polish press. Continue reading An interview with graphic designer Jan Bajtlik

An interview with graphic designer Christopher Hennard

I had always loved drawing, but it was only when I was studying for a science degree that I came across architects, illustrators and photographers and decided to switch to a graphic design course at the Institut Supérieur des Beaux Arts Saint-Luc in Liège. I found that graphic design was the ideal compromise to be able to touch on all these disciplines. I have been working as a graphic designer for the past six years. On top of the traditional graphic design work (logos, editorials, etc.) I am also very much in demand to create visual identities and visual installations for permanent or temporary exhibitions both in Belgium and abroad. Continue reading An interview with graphic designer Christopher Hennard

Interview with graphic design legend Boy Bastiaens

Boy Bastiaens works across the fields of art direction, graphic design, illustration, packaging, product design, retail design and interactive media. A practical versatility that allows him to develop innovative and outstanding multidisciplinary concepts in areas of visual identity and branding. Working from out his small studio in Maastricht, he designs for a variety of national and international clients. Continue reading Interview with graphic design legend Boy Bastiaens

An interview with interactive creative director Hans Spooren

Hans is the creative director of Mr. Henry, a young creative web studio based in Antwerp. He started his company just one year after leaving school. They already have a diverse and interesting portfolio after 6 years of existence. We have a word with the man.  Continue reading An interview with interactive creative director Hans Spooren