5 Questions with illustrator Thomas Hedger

It’s always been for me about how I could work out everything else around me to allow me to still create rather than the the other way round. I have a constant urge to draw that keeps me going – I enjoy the tactile-ness of being able to draw something and translate expression, to open a conversation about the things I look at and find interesting, pulling out the overlooked or subtle narratives of everyday life and trying to put together a story in a single image.

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5 Questions with illustrator Lien Geeroms

Lien Geeroms was born and raised in Leuven. She moved to Ghent for a few years to study graphic design and illustration at St. Lucas. After graduating she moved back and settled down in Leuven. She has two sons aged 9 and 12 and is still married to her first love. Lien has been working as a freelance illustrator for 6 years. Continue reading 5 Questions with illustrator Lien Geeroms

5 Questions with Brosmind

Two brothers working as illustrators and artists in Barcelona, that’s Brosmind. They combine commercial illustration with other personal projects in which they experiment with other disciplines, techniques and formats. Juan and Alejandro love to create vibrant and colourful illustrations, full of dynamic and optimistic characters. Continue reading 5 Questions with Brosmind

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 iIlustrator Xavier Truant

As an illustrator I grew up in the Westhoek or ‘West Corner’ of West Flanders. Its fields were once well-known battlegrounds for the World Wars. Now it’s a beautifully serene area renowned for its hop and beer culture. When I was younger, my parents had a bakery and tearoom, and that’s where I began my first forays into illustration — between the old ladies that came to eat tarts and sip coffee. Continue reading 5 Questions with iIlustrator Xavier Truant

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 designer & illustrator Cristian Eres

I’m an illustrator based in Valencia, Spain. I started creating digital art when I was 15 years old. It was then that I decided to study graphic design at the Art and Design School of Valencia (EASD). Illustration has always been my passion next to graphic design. It was during my education, that I developed my illustration style. I also joined Depthcore and The Luminarium, two art collectives that challenged me to improve my work. I started my first freelance job in 2014, since then I worked with different creative studios and companies around the world. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic designer & illustrator Cristian Eres

5 Questions with illustrator Catherine Cordasco

I’ve always been drawing, playing with colours. I decided to study textile design at the School of Applied Arts. After I graduated I decided I had to discover as many different creative experiences as possible: web, graphic, textile and fashion. However, I always had ‘illustration’ in the back of my mind. Continue reading 5 Questions with illustrator Catherine Cordasco