De Laatste Dagen van Flowbot 1.0 (Hic Sunt Leones #2)
Serge Baeken studied drawing, plastic arts, sculpting and liberal arts at art academies in Kempen and Antwerp. He made illustrations for several magazines and clients, such as Penthouse Comix, VPRO, Marc Didden, BBL, TRIX, King-kong, Mekanik and Het Nieuwsblad/De Gentenaar. As a "graphic reporter", he traveled to China for NRC and Knack.
He is the graphical counterpart of his brother Vitalski, a poet and performer from Antwerp. He made his comics debut with the book 'The No Stories', a collection of short sketches about everyday life in Antwerp. Published by Bries in 2005, the book earned him the prize for Best Debut in Turnhout. His sketches are collected by Xtra in books like 'Prefab: 4444', 'Schetsen: Bird t/m Zoo' and 'Shuffle'.
The Serge Baeken exposition opened in Galerie Lambiek on Friday, 15 April 2011, with a presentation of his newest book, '50/50'.