New Mural in Genk, Belgium with Rutger Termohlen and Super-A

Here are some photos from last week, we joined forces again, and made this mural for the city of Genk, Belgium. The wall is about ‘senses’
Thanks to Streetartfestival, Kurt Bosmans for organizing the spot and the support! Soon there will be good photo from the mural.

Thanks to Sylvie Putzeys for the photos.

‘Foliage’ at Flower Pepper Gallery.

Last month i made 2 new small works (30×40 cm) on canvas for the upcoming show ‘Foliage’ at Flower Pepper gallery that opens at the 5th of september.

Groupshow in Chicago !

A short and pleasurable journey
a group exhibition curated by The Jaunt
Saturday, September 5, 2015 – Vertical Gallery – Chicago

We are super excited to announce our very first group exhibition! Together with the good people at Vertical Gallery in Chicago, we are combining all aspects of our project. Unique and original artworks will be on show, alongside all the prints from our global collection, ranging from Helsinki to Seoul and Riga to Mexico City.

Participating artists who will showcase unique and original works in the exhibition are: Collin van der Sluijs, Niels ‘Shoe’ Meulman, Cody Hudson, David Shillinglaw, Hedof, Amanda Marie, Saša Ostoja, Jordy van den Nieuwendijk, Daniel Frost, Miss Lotion and Andrea Wan

The group exhibition will also be the official US book launch of our first publication. The book highlights and tells the stories of our first ten artists and their trips through sketches, photographs and interviews. The curator and travel planner of the project, Jeroen Smeets, will be attending the exhibition as well, and is looking forward to meeting you at the opening night.

If you are in the Chicago neighbourhood on the 5th of September, you are very welcome to join us for the opening night. Or, if you’re passing by Chicago in the next few weeks, you can visit Vertical Gallery until the 26th of September to view the exhibition.

A short and pleasurable journey, A group exhibition curated by The Jaunt
September 5 – 26, 2015
Opening reception, Saturday, September 5, 6-10pm.
Vertical Gallery, 1016 N. Western Avenue, Chicago, IL 60622

About Vertical Gallery:
Vertical Gallery is Chicago’s premier urban-contemporary art gallery. Established in 2013 in Chicago’s Ukrainian Village neighborhood, the gallery focuses on work influenced by street art, urban environments, pop culture, graphic design and illustration. Vertical Gallery is working to bring this art form to a broader audience and eliminate the barriers that exist between traditional institutions, contemporary galleries, art collectors and casual viewers.

The gallery is located in Chicago at 1016 N. Western Avenue, and online at . Gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00am – 6:00pm, or by appointment.

Here are the four new works i made for the show: .

The 4 works i made for the show are all 13 x 18 inch, and they are based on travelling/ discovery/ and the trip i did for The Jaunt to Porto.

Contact Vertical gallery for pricing and information.

Mural Goes, 1/10 th july.

Summer is here! Just came back from the Mural Goes project. We had a blast! Go to the Mural Goes Facebook page to see a lot of photos fromthe past 10 days, a lot of process shots from all the walls that were done through the city.

Here is the first wall, painted by Rutger Termohlen and i, with local animals from Zeeland, the south west of the Netherlands where Goes is. The second wall we painted with the 3 of us, Super-A, Rutger Termohlen and i. This week i will post more photos from the project. Thanks to Super-A for the tight organisation, and Gemeente Goes of course and everybody that is involved in the project. Thanks!

Photos by Carel Bruring.

22-5-15. Mini portraits

Working on new series of work, one of the series i am doing at the moment is mini-portraits, 18 x 25 cm on 300 grams paper. Two of them are available HERE


One of many things i have been working on this month.


27-3-2015. Drawing

It is a bit more comic than i usually do, but had a lot of fun with this one, watercolours, pencil, ink on paper.


The observer, mixed-media on 300 grams paper, 13 x 18 inch.