I was invitated to join a European Posters Compitition for the Festival 'EUROPE 14|14' in Berlin.
This is my contribution.
 
-details-
 
 
- task - 
What is the significance of World War I: for you personally and for your national identity?
What is its significance for us today, especially for Europe as a joint project of peace?
What is its role for young Europeans?
 
 
- concept -
My aim was to create an image that is open for different interpretations.
I grew up in West Flanders at 40km from Flanders Fields, so I wanted to do something with this landscape.
My image is inspired by the famous 'Man on the Moon'-picture, a symbol of progress and civilization.
With a special thanks to my father who suggested to refer to this image.
 
The cubistic style is inspired by 'Richard Nevinson', one of my favorite artists of World War I. 
 
 
 

-proces-
Sketching, linedrawing, digital coloring and textures
 
 
The 8 selected
 
 
febr. the 6th., 24h00: After a thrilling battle I ended second
Many, many thanks for all the votes & support!!
It's been a pleasure!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
I also made a limited screenprint edition
 
Thanks for watching!
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