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An illustration of an 'eco campus' the way Isberg Design Company imagines it do be. Created for the Green Office of Ghent University.
A fragment of history and future on the border of fiction and reality.
Pictures of the window painting made for GC De Kluize, Oosterzele (BE) in occasion of the presentation of the new cultural season.
Illustrations created for GC De Kleuze in Oosterzele (BE) in occasion of the presentation of the new cultural season.
An illustration about the things that stay and the things which are left behind.
A mural try-out (and a puffin study) in preparation of a bigger project.
'De Krijtlijn' (The Outline) can be seen at the face of the Ghent University UFO building from November 23 until December 3, 2015, as part of the Tipping Point climate route throughout the city of Ghent. UPDATE: The viewing dates of this work have been prolonged. The drawing can still be seen until January 4, 2016.
This building has been designed for the competition 'Paviljoen 13', issued by the city of Ghent (BE) in 2013. The competition and exhibition commemorated the 100 year anniversary of the world exhibition in Ghent. Contestants were asked to create their own pavilion.
A digital illustration series (in progress) about birds; without a doubt, one of my favorite subjects.
These illustrations have been created for the new album of Olla Vogala, a Belgian folk ensemble. The tradition goes that every cover has the figure of a fish on it. This design features the coelacanth, a fish which has been (re)discovered in 1938, believed to have been extinct for 65 million years.
Kingfisher studies for the first album of the band Undine.
A set of digital paintings about the bird kingdom.
A set of two drawings, created in comic book style, depicting the journey of a bird from north to south.