Stephan Louwes (Leuven, 1993), graduated from the LUCA School of Arts in Brussels. His début, an improved version of his master’s project ‘Limbo, Lux in Tenebris’, was first seen in 2019 at Oogachtend. In the cube, he is working on its successor.
Karolina Szejda (Ełk, 1995) was born in Poland, but has lived in Brussels since she was six. In 2019, she graduated from the LUCA School of Arts in Brussels. She makes illustrations and comic strips that are usually based on her own life and offers drawing lessons to children. In the cube, she is working on ‘Tram 5’, a story about her father and his daughter.
Mattias Ysebaert (Vilvoorde, 1995) achieved a diploma in Graphic Storytelling at the LUCA School of Arts in Brussels. ‘Uitzicht met Kamer’ (View with a Room), a story about a young woman, living in Brussels, who can see ghosts, is his début publication and was issued in February 2020. In the cube, he is working on ‘Inbreker’ (Burglar), a comic strip in which mythological beings, dead animals and half-naked women meet one another.
Eliot Vandenheede (Brussels, 1996), having always had a fascination for mysteries and police investigations, he even did an internship with the police to give a keen sense of realism to his comic strips. This drives him to tell stories firmly anchored in the realm of the real. Eliot studied at Saint-Luc in Brussels.
Thibau Vande Voorde
Thibau Vande Voorde (Leuven, 1995) ‘De Kever en De Koning’ (The Beetle and the King), his master's project at Sint-Lukas in Brussels, is a psychological exploration of Belgium's colonial past. Thibau is now reworking this story with a view to publishing an album.