Disasters!

'Disasters' is the second book in cooperation with L'Appât printing studio in Brussels. The first book 'Whales' was done in screen print and never made it onto my website because we had only 120 copies and they sold out before I could make an order form, sorry about that.

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'Disasters' (18 x 19 cm) is a hand bound 28 page book containing 30 new drawings. It's an edition of 300 copies printed on an old Heidelberg printing press. The machine uses polymer master plates and high pressure to really stamp the drawing into the paper so the image has a slight relief. The rendering is absolutely razor-sharp. For those of us born in the eighties analog just means better, right? Click here to get one!

The drawings are not in my gallery so you will have to get one if you want to see it for yourself ;). As you will notice the compositions are somewhat loosely based on the etching series 'Los Desastres de la Guerra' by the 18th century Spanish painter and print maker Francisco Goya.

I hope you will enjoy it and I look forward to hearing your comments! Thanks to Tim Van Herck for the pics.

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...see more pics on the blog page

Zymbol mag

ZYMBOL is a Boston-based art magazine with artists from all over the world. A few of my drawings will be in the new issue along with an interview. You can read a transscript of the interview here!

Hong Kong's largest art website

Asia contemporary art is Hong Kong's largest art website, with an online gallery featuring artists worldwide. You can now check out my work there along with many other, stunning artists. I am very happy to be featured there.

External referenes

Review some online references here:

RACE!

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For the past 2 years I have been working on a monster size drawing. It was a huge task but I am proud to say it is finally finished! It is too big to post the image as a whole. The only way to find out, is to come and see it yourself at gallery bog-art in Brussels in may!

Titled 'RACE', size 110 x 180 cm. Thanks to Tim Van Herck for some pics of the drawing in progress. The exhibition dates will follow soon...

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