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Mark Verhaagen has been creating tree houses and sand castles, origami flower bouquets, food sculptures, Lego space ships, and electronic blip-bleep music on his Atari computer… which has been replaced by a shiny Apple machine some time ago.
After high school Mark decided to focus on drawing, so he went to art school to learn the proper job of illustration. Since his graduation in 2003, Mark has been freelancing in the field of illustration and animation. When not working on commissions, he likes to keep in shape by making personal work. Mark loves his friends and family, good food, traveling, his Gocco and his Holga, and practicing the Moonwalk in front of the mirror.
Selected clients: MTV networks - Vodafone UK - Amsterdam Historical Museum - Computer Arts Projects magazine - Digital Creative Arts magazine - Fontmonster - Laidback Luke - Sprout magazine - Roger magazine (Virgin) - Colombo Amsterdam - Vrij Nederland - Dzone magazine - CJP magazine - Bacardi Batbeats - Carp* magazine - Blaadje magazine - Men’s Health magazine - Holland Herald magazine - John Brown Group - Blend Store Rotterdam - Museumn8 Amsterdam - Number 31 - BDO Magazine - KLM / Air France - Digital Playground - Norml Clothing - Möglich magazine - PAGE - Look-o-Look - Dierenbescherming Nederland - TBWA group - Domestic - Nickelodeon
Selected publications:The Pictoplasma Character Encyclopaedia - Jeremyville Sessions - Computer Arts China - Computer Arts Projects magazine - Photoshop Creative magazine - IDPURE magazine - IDEA Design magazine - Dzone magazine
You can find out more about Mark at http://www.markverhaagen.com/