Illustration Portfolio

Here are a few of my illustrations: I use both traditional and digital techniques.
Please, click on the Pictures to see them bigger :o)

Illustrations for publishing  and media

Fliying Fishes- An illustration proposal for the cover of an English magazine.
A traditional collage where the background is a photo colored with Ecoline and the fishes are made out of colored paper and retouched with pastels.

  


The Rosemary's Ragu' - a parody-poster of "Rosemary's baby". Pastels and colored inks.


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The black hand -
Illustration for an article about violence on women. Black ink and colored Ecoline on grained paper.





 
 Apfeltag - Cover for a fairytale book. Felt pens, pastels and acrylic colors.



Illustrations for music


dEUS Totem-
I am a great fan of the belgian music group "dEUS"  and
did this t-shirts design for an imaginary tour, the "Totem tour".
I later printed this shirt with silkscreen technique, although with less colors. please have a look at the "Illustration for fashion and textiles" page.
















CD covers
Some of the covers I made as a personal project. I let myself be inspired by the music.






Manic Street Preachers- "This is my truth, tell me yours"


        



  Band Of Holy Joy - "Manic, magic, majestic"






Tom Waits - "Bone Machine"
                                        
                                     



                                 Grizzly Bear - "Shields"








Grant Lee Buffalo -"Jubilee"













                                    Portishead- "Dummy"

 

Children's illustration

Animals in Adobe Illustrator-The following four illustrations were made using Adobe Illustrator.





The rabbit and the monkey are loosely  inspired from Mary Blair drawings: I was inspired by the flexibility and "freedom of proportion" that the illustrations of miss Blair suggest.


I later used these illustrations also as patterns for some silkscreen-prints.















 

Just for fun illustrations

 

Marching garden gnomes- I did this illustration after hearing about the "Front for the garden gnome liberation".
Pastels and colored felt pens on white paper








2012, the year of the dragon - colored pastels and red ink on white paper.