Belgian Graphic Design

We are, by nature, a modest people; we've done little to move our cultural identity beyond the clichés about us. Yet, throughout the history of print and, later, graphic design, we've amassed a formidable body of work: elegant to quirky and playful, edgy and modern to gloriously antiquarian. Here I'll be promoting and archiving historical and current work that is proudly and distinctly Belgian. Enjoy! Follow The Belgian Graphic Design Stream via RSS

Belgium Xtra Bold

Belgium Xtra Bold by Sanny Winters, 2014

Letters express Belgium.

Source: Sanny Winters

White Cube

White Cube by Brecht Vandenbroucke, 2014

A comic strip about twins who try to understand modern art.

Source: Brecht Vandenbroucke

The new Dinosaurs

The new Dinosaurs by Klaas Verplancke, 2011

Beautiful illustration for a children’s book.

Source: Klaas Verplancke

Free WiFi

Free WiFi by Sarah Vanbelle, 2015

Free WiFi everywhere, even in smart trashcans.

Source: Sarah Vanbelle

Het Zilte Westen II

Het Zilte Westen II by houtkaai zeven, 2014

An inside look. Searching for the West Flanders DNA.

Source: houtkaai zeven

Het Zilte Westen

Het Zilte Westen by houtkaai zeven, 2014

Not your average book. Beautiful work. Searching for the West Flanders DNA.

Source: houtkaai zeven

Six Lee

Six Lee by Uber and Kosher, 2015

“We‘re all perfectly imperfect” Six Lee Spring Summer 2015 campaign.

Source: Uber and Kosher

Meet my Barcelona

Meet my Barcelona by Khuan Cavemen Co., 2014

Personal guided tours of Barcelona.

Source: Khuan Cavemen Co.

Jackpot

Jackpot by Gudrun Makelberge, 2014

Participation group exhibition about luck, lotteries, casinos and gambling.

Source: Gudrun Makelberge

Miel & Tuur

Miel & Tuur by Jacques & Lise, 2015

Lovely style and super execution!

Source: Jacques & Lise

Musicmania | Piano School

Musicmania | Piano School by Dimitris Kostinis, 2015

Visual identity for Musicmania, a piano school in Brussels.

Source: Dimitris Kostinis

Astana

Astana by Olivier Rensonnet, 2013

ASTANA EXPO.2017

Source: Olivier Rensonnet

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