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Metropolis AP'S ON SALE on this saturday 6th of April at 9:30 AM PST. Good luck! And please don't blame me if bigcartel fucks up :-) Cheers, Laurent

first photos of my "The Master" screenprint!

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I'm really blown away, once again, by the stellar work Steve Horvath and his crew at D&L Screenprinting have performed on the screenprint of "The Master", my latest Mondo piece released during Oscar Night. I can't wait to see them in person, WOW!

Photos: courtesy of Trent Lesikar

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Bien le bon Soir Mr. Le Chat!

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The N°1 News paper in Belgium LE SOIR pays a tribute to Superstar cartoonist Philippe Geluck, who after 30 years of delighting us with his drawings and very belgian sense of humor, has decided to stop working for the press. I was offered the unbelievable opportunity as one of many authors who contributed in this Special Edition to do page 1. What an honor! Thank you Alain Goffin, François Schuiten, LE SOIR's chief editor Daniel Couvreur and most of all… Philippe Geluck. 

Le Journal LE SOIR sort ce vendredi une édition spéciale en hommage à Philippe Geluck et son matou pour célébrer ses (leur) 30 ans de bons et loyaux services au Soir ainsi que pour son départ. Il m'a été offert l'incroyable opportunité de faire la Une du journal, chose que je n'aurais pas imaginé même dans mes rêves les plus fous. Quel honneur ils me font! Qu'Alain Goffin, François Schuiten et le Daniel Couvreur et surtout Philippe "LE CHAT" Geluck soient ici remerciés. Laurent

Photographie de Geluck montant la Une de Pierre-Yves Thienpont

Things to Come Blu-ray cover for Criterion

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I was recently contacted by the good folks of Criterion in New York, to design the cover for their brand new release: H.G.Well's "Things to come", from 1936. A true classic and very retro-futuristic as well! A match made in heaven as far as I'm concerned. Thank you Criterion for releasing this amazing movie and to have given me the opportunity to be associated with such an important movie. Laurent

Things to come fb.jpg

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