(the photos are links to their personal websites)
DAVE THE CHIMP
I tend to find that I come up with an idea out of nowhere that I want to draw or make, I make it, and it's not until it's finished and I can stand back and look at it that I realise how it relates to me, how it's been influenced by the things I'm experiencing at the time I was making it.
If everything didn't work out I could always move to London,
buy a black motor-cross and become one of those cool delivery boys
I try to capture an emotion into an image, an ephemeral moment in life. the lines I draw are the most important. Color, if any, comes afterwards.
happiness is: riding my bike back home, carrying a bag of rented cheesy chick flicks.
cold summers are wonderful, because I can still wear my favourite winter coat.
your attention please! nail clipping in public will be prohibited from now on.
burgers, beach, bass guitarre, boobs, booties, board,
MB (Birchenstein Frankenmeier)
Deep below the surface of the oceans, beyond the levels reached by sunlight, live abundant and diverse communities of animals. Tiny microbes or bacteria, white tube worms, gigantic clams, mussels, crabs, shrimp, long-necked barnacles, starfish and deep-water skates all live at deep sea hydrothermal vents.
mithology researcher based in a sailing school in the harbour of rotterdam
Roman Klonek, born in Kattowitz/Poland, have a spot for East European Cartoon Styles.
Since 10 years now he do woodcut printings with a wide range of strange heroes, mostly half animal/half human, in hair-raising situations.