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
Belgian illustrator Sarah Vanbelle likes simple forms and not too many colours. Her work was featured in Knack magazine and The Wall Street Journal, among others. Continue reading An interview with illustrator Sarah Vanbelle
Why did you take the leap from working in a company to working freelance?
I needed more freedom, I wanted to choose my own direction. Fortunately, in the company where I worked at that time, I had the chance to work on many cool projects. But overall, it was mostly standard commercial work that needed to be done. Continue reading An interview with illustrator & animator Kristof Luyckx
Tim is an ad guy gone rogue. He used to work at a big ad agency and decided to take the leap to start on his own as a freelance illustrator. Continue reading An interview with freelance illustrator Tim van den Broeck
Toy Factory, a fictional factory that brings old posters and attributes into this age, primarily through the use of bright and beautiful colours. Toy Factory is the alter ego of Sam De Buysscher. Who started to work as an illustrator in 2003. Continue reading An interview with illustrator Sam De Buysscher