For this first brew , Bobbi presented  seven artists  on the back of its labels.
Géraldine Georges is the curator of our first session.
Discover their biography  here below! 

Géraldine Georges

After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels Géraldine worked as a graphic designer in various advertising agencies for 7 years. Towards the end of 2006, She started to work as a freelance illustrator. She did not felt like she was leaving behind the graphic design world but rather she was able to see & bring some graphic design elements into her illustrations. The two are inevitably linked for her. Her approach is pretty simple, she tries her best to transcribe emotions, find a perfect balance through the collages without falling into the trap of over-using Photoshop or other effects …

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My Dead Pony

Born in Charleroi in 1972
Living in Brussels with his wife and child.
Raw, messy & chaotic collages from the bottom of my heart.
I am available for editorial collage work & collaborations.

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Ben Coosmans

Graphic designer, silkscreen printer, illustrator and founder of the Ghost Image agency based in Brussels. Image Fantôme is at the same time, a store dedicated to the printed image, a silkscreen printing workshop and a creative agency.
This project is the crazy association of two art and culture enthusiasts, Ben, graphic designer and silkscreen printer and Esther, communication consultant.

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Camille Tsering

Camille Tsering is a Brussels-based visual artist.
At the same time, she studied sculpture and bookbinding, to which she quickly associated linocutting and silkscreen printing. In sculpture, she works on the creation of material, often resulting from an accumulation then a transformation of the same material. In bookbinding and « popup », her working optics are similar, divided into different stages. Her work often begins with collages and graphic design research of « patterns » from details of materials, packaging,

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Silio Durt

Violence and intensity play in unison to confer to Silio Durt’s research a paste, a molten matter. Rich and plural, his chromatic flows invade the canvas to form a poetic interlacing, a critical vehemence. Marked by a second-degree culture and in the form of a diatribe, Durt moves from one medium to another. Drawings, paintings, serigraphs follow and complement each other around antagonistic themes. Influenced by the immediate post-war research of the CoBrA group and the American school, but also by the underground graphic culture influenced by the Last Cry and Bazooka, Silio Durt presents an organized disorder, a deflagration of the pictorial material.

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Aurélie Henquin

Aurélie Henquin is Belgian illustrator and serigrapher who lives in Brussels. Her fresh and tangy style can be found in galleries, where she regularly exhibits, in a few books and magazines, but also on clothes and accessories she makes herself.
Mixing commercial and personal projects, this has allowed him to become known internationally. Selected clients: Bayard Editions, Hachette Editions, Milan Editions, MOMMA, MARABOUT Editions, SMART, Visit Brussels, Audio Dregs Label, UNREZT Recording, Brussel deze week, La Médiatèque de Bruxelles, Recyclart, Salon Playtime, WIELS Museum, Disco Kids, SATYA pure element, MILK magazine, Amélia’s magazine, Supalife Kiosk, Europavox Festival…

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Piotr Szlachta

Born on March 8, 1977 in Warsaw, Poland, Piotr arrived in Belgium at the end of the 80s. Having completed a degree in Archaeology/Art History as well as studies in illustration at the St Luc Institute he founded a graphic design company in 2000. In 2012 he joins Farm Prod which gives him the opportunity to work in a team and to express himself on the large formats that are the walls of Brussels and other European cities. His subject of predilection is nature which he likes to represent in its state least altered by modern society. Through landscapes of forests or mountains, he persists in offering a kind of lost paradise, landscapes that we would have liked to know but that we will soon only see in painting.

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