I'm a digital artist and visual developer, or vice versa, living in Belgium (Europe that is). Yet, I do like my analog pencil, not because I can draw (which I can't), but it allows me to think more freely. I wanted to draw comics when I was young, but then I became an engineer and ended up doing 3D animation and post-production. So I tend to do anything "visual" I like... like now, drawing cartoons again as I did 30 years ago.
In November 2019, I found my niche in statistics and them being (mostly) (ab)used in science, media, politics... And though I intended to steer clear from current affairs, a few months after I started the series, the earth was struck with Corona, media was flooded with statistics, and I couldn't help but touch upon the topic, gently. I do prefer the absurd and witty, however.
Not always succeeding, but plenty of ideas to keep trying. The top spot and a true master in that field? Tom Gauld, whose work I truly admire (and he can draw).
So here is my absurd cartoon series with the occasional glimpse of reality. I hope you enjoy it. And if you do, find out more on my Instagram.
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