An interview with graphic & web designer Veerle Pieters

She’s a graphic/web designer living in Belgium. Her career began in print design, in 1992, focusing on logos, stationery, and brochures — and using the name Duoh! In 1996 I added to web site design, user interfaces for intranets, and multimedia development. Continue reading An interview with graphic & web designer Veerle Pieters

Interview with Ben Tesseur of stop-motion studio Beast Animation

Beast Animation is an animation/production company specialized in stop-motion animation. We are responsible for the (co) productions of all types of animations, series and commercials, entirely or partially carried out in stop motion. If desired, we animate direct, advice, build and organize the productions. In addition, we act as a facility and executive company, specialized in stop-motion animation, that has a skilled workforce, fully equipped studios and private recording studios. Continue reading Interview with Ben Tesseur of stop-motion studio Beast Animation

An interview with graphic designer Bart Kiggen

Bart Kiggen is a designer based in Antwerp, who loves everything about pop culture. He became interested in design in the 80ties when he first saw the iconic logo of the Transformers. All of the icons and graphics in the old cartoons really sparked his interest in graphic design. Continue reading An interview with graphic designer Bart Kiggen

An interview with creative duo Soki

Sofie Deboutte and Christine Loos, both 27 years old and both working as architects. Met each other when they studied architecture at St. Lucas Ghent. They became friends after four years when it became clear again and again how much they have in common as designers. So, our work has brought us together. In the final year, we developed a project together and we have been inseparable design partners ever since.  Continue reading An interview with creative duo Soki

An interview with fashion photographer & director Daniel Sannwald

When I was a kid, I dreamed of being a famous scientist. That I became a fashion photographer had a lot to do with my late father, who was an artist and in his short time gave me the direction of photography and design. In some ways, I am secretly still a mad scientist working with utterly fictional technology to forward my schemes. You wouldn’t catch me dead in a lab coat. Continue reading An interview with fashion photographer & director Daniel Sannwald