Inside my sketchbook

  During October, I've been experimenting a bit with ink for Inktober- an inky challenge for one month. Last year it worked out rather well, but this year I was just not into ink. After all the inky frustration, there was only one thing...

"You know you can turn your camera, right?"

A while ago someone said to me: "You know you can turn your camera, right?" I hadn't really thought about it, but it is very true that almost all of my photographs are landscape instead of portrait. The two abnormalities in this case are the two...

Art & Antwerp: Antwerp Masters 2017

The opening of the Master exhibition by Sint Lucas school of arts and the Royal Academy of Antwerp was something I was looking forward to for months!  As an alumni of Sint Lucas and with lots of great memories of these intense four years it's...

From sketch to linocut print

Do you recognize the sketchbook page from a while ago? This quick watercolor image is now transformed into another medium: linocut. At the time of sketching I wasn't sure what it would become, but that doesn't really matter. Although watercolor isn't the easiest to translate into...

Inside my sketchbook

A sudden longing for summer took over although I would love winter to stay a bit longer. I'm dreaming about road trips and campfires under a starry night but in the meantime I chase the ice and go out searching for caves: ...

7 Lessons from my solitude- experiment

When I packed my bags and drove North to spent 62 days in a cabin by a lake it was not just for fun nor was it some kind of long lazy holiday but an experiment to see how I would react on being alone,...

Inside my sketchbook

The sand shifts under my feet but I stand strong as the water creeps up your chest. ...

The Rooftop

  The rooftop is a zine and a letter about love and freedom. Thinking out loud in color and shapes. Searching and wandering rather than looking for a final conclusion. It tells the story of fear, of taking the leap but also of flying free. pages: 20 paper:...