Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Monday, May 26, 2008

Maandagcartoon 107

My weekly cartoon in morningpaper
It says: f*ck everything! ('I'm shitting on everything' in Dutch)
and than: for sale: direction indicator lights, hardly ever used.


Just a figure, inspired by Boris, the assistant of Frankenstein.

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Saturday, May 24, 2008

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Gids 22

Me and Eliane share the same client. I just did this editorial piece for the VPRO Gids #22, illustrating an article on a new Discovery Channel show entitled 'Dirty Jobs' about people with ...dirty jobs.

Gids 21

I didn't receive a VPRO-Gids myself yet, but somebody sent me a picture, so it's out there all right. I'll put a larger image in my portfolio later today.

Monday, May 19, 2008

Pension umbrella

Stylized 3D illustration about the participants council of pension funds, who keep an eye on a correct pension payment.

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Saturday, May 17, 2008

Dangerous cartoonist inactivated

A statement against an almost totalitarian police action in the Netherlands, involving a police raid, house-search, seizure and imprisonment of a Dutch cartoonist.

Although a cartoonist may create questionable work, a democratic state should not arrest and imprison someone who has only expressed his vision, no matter how provocative. Intimidating people in such a way is the kind of repressive, censoring gesture that belongs to a dictatorship.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008


For my regular Swiss gig, Weltwoche Magazine, I did this witty illo accompanying a rather dry, technical article on Ritalin. The drug prescribed to pacify over-active children. My own kid, Clovis, is two months old today and sleeping peacefully as I write this entry. Hopefully I won't be needing any Ritalin to pacify him in the near future...

Tuesday, May 13, 2008


An illustration accompaniing an article about young people who start to work without an office. With new technology like mobile phone, internet and laptop they can work anywhere. Avoiding bad coffee and traffic jams.

Showdown at Pixel Corral

A visual experiment in blending my two major passions: 3D graphics and 2D pixel art.

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Sunday, May 11, 2008


My first isometric pixel illustration for a magazine.

It's very nice to be back in the world of pixels. The purity of pixels has always had a special magical attraction to me, from the days I was playing Pong on a television in my early childhood.

Later I became a pixel artist for commercial 2D computer games in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

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Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Sunday, May 4, 2008


Before I was a 3D guy I was a pixel artist for commercial 2D games, from the late 80s to the late 90s. Now I'd like to return to my roots (without leaving 3D of course).

Here's an illustration I made to get into pixeling again. I tried to keep it as minimalistic as possible, in search of the ultimate essence in conveying a visual message.

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Saturday, May 3, 2008

Girls galore

Hey. It's been awhiles since my last post. I have a baby son (seven weeks now) and it's taking up a lot of my time. I'm only now slowly getting back to work. Here's two illo's I did for a clockface (Lou Lou posted one here some time ago also). The first one they didn't like, so I will use that one for something else. The second one they did like, so that's the one that'll see print.

music for divorced men

Dutch fans of Americana music. I wouldn't want to embarrass any Clogwork guys, so I'll keep my opinions on my own blog this time. And before you ask, it is Johnny Cash's dog.

Seamour Sheep 60

The sixtieth Seamour Sheep episode.

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