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 multi-talented graphic designer Tom Muller

Tom is a Belgian graphic designer from Antwerp who is living and working in London for the last 12 years. For the past 11 years, he worked for a number of independent design agencies (Vir2L Studios, Lost in Space, Kleber, Studio Output), usually focussing on digital and interactive work whilst keeping a sideline of more print and brand-oriented projects. Continue reading An interview with multi-talented graphic designer Tom Muller

An interview with designer Thomas Bossée

Designer Thomas Bossée was born in 1985 and studied journalism for three years. After coming to the conclusion that writing was not as exciting as expected, he studied another two years to become a desktop publisher. During his education, Thomas discovered his passion for logo design, branding and typography. In 2008 he established his personal identity ‘Made By Thomas’, mainly focusing on working as a global freelance identity designer. Currently, he is also working as the part-time creative director of Bits of Love, a digital unit from Bruges (Belgium). Continue reading An interview with designer Thomas Bossée

An interview with graphic designer Geoffrey Brusatto

For Geoffrey Brusatto graphic design is not some kind of job, but a way of living. His interest in design grew since my childhood when he was spending his days in the library in search of (design) books to feed his never-ending curiosity and attraction to all considered beautiful and aesthetic. Continue reading An interview with graphic designer Geoffrey Brusatto

An interview with graphic & interior designer Christophe Remy

Christophe lives in Brussels and studied at the film school about six years ago. “That’s where I had my first classes in Photoshop…” At the same time, he discovered magazines like Computer Arts, and artists like Dave McKean. All those things made him want to design. From then on, he started learning everything by himself. Continue reading An interview with graphic & interior designer Christophe Remy

An interview with Chris Vermiglio

Chris Vermiglio, always loved drawing ever since he was a child… Started loving graphic design when he was 15. At this age, he was mixing in «underground acid techno parties» under the DJ name Pota303. Completely amazed by the record-covers’ artwork his passion for design was born. I started making some flyers for parties and some artworks for mix tapes. Then I studied graphic design in Saint-Luc Liège….  After my study, I immediately started working for an Advertising agency and I did this during 1 year. Then I left this agency to create my own project “Magnetik” and changed my DJ name into Mr. Magnetik, to make the parallel between both my passions. Continue reading An interview with Chris Vermiglio

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

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