5 Questions with Sean Hogan of Australian design studio Trampoline

I remember as a child I spent a lot of time drawing diagrams of cars that had all sorts of weapons like tomato sauce squirters, thumb tack dispenses, laser beams and flame throwers. These drawings all featured a car in side profile with lots of arrows and notations about how all my imagined mechanisms would work. They were quite detailed drawings and looking back, I guess these were my first forays into attempting to express and communicate my ideas visually. Continue reading 5 Questions with Sean Hogan of Australian design studio Trampoline

5 Questions with graphic designer Thomas Dahm (Neon Moiré)

Thomas Dahm works and lives in the beautiful historic city of Delft. His studio is in a former hospital that looks out over a canal. During the summer every 15 minutes a tourist boat floats by. With guides telling the most crazy stories about the building. Which is hilarious. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic designer Thomas Dahm (Neon Moiré)

5 Questions with art director Frank Schouwaerts

Frank Schouwaerts is an Antwerp based art director with a background in graphic design. Frank is trained both inside smaller agencies and bigger companies.

For a couple of years, I worked as an art director for Kipling which was, at that time, putting a lot of efforts in becoming a more fashionable brand. Continue reading 5 Questions with art director Frank Schouwaerts

5 Questions with Elke Scholiers 施瑷珂

Elke Scholiers is an art director, graphic designer and photographer originally from Brussels. She holds a B.F.A. and M.A. in graphic design from the LUCA School of Arts Brussels and a Postgraduate Teaching Certificate in Arts from the KASK Conservatorium Ghent. While at the university she would do side jobs to make enough money to travel to Asia and this is how she developed a genuine interest in photography. Continue reading 5 Questions with Elke Scholiers 施瑷珂

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 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