The Brecht Vandenbroucke Portfolio is Strange and Engrossing

By: Jordan Sowunmi - Published: Nov 26, 2012 • References: brechtvandenbroucke.blogspot & booooooom
Looking through the Brecht Vandenbroucke portfolio is like looking into the mind of a wildly talented and funny social satirist. Vandenbroucke's paintings and illustrations often feature colorful landscapes, absurdist imagery, and lighthearted but sharp pop culture commentary.

Vandenbroucke studied illustration at the the St-Lucas Hogeschool in Ghent, and he boasts an enviable client list; his work has appeared in venerable publications like Vice and the New York Times.

My favorite image in the Brecht Vandenbroucke portfolio shows what appears to be a ghost in a black robe draped over a hotel. The image is drawn as if it were being viewed through Google StreetView. The illustration captures the best parts of the Brecht Vandenbroucke portfolio in one image -- irreverent, contemporary and patently ridiculous. Stats for Surrealist Satire Illustrations Trending: Older & Warm
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