De Rampier by Maarten Gerritsen
De Rampier

Maarten Gerritsen was ready to begin his career as copywriter or concept developer in the advertising field after finishing his education in Communication in Eindhoven in 2004. However, he found employment with Studio Jan Kruis and became one of the artists of the classic Dutch family comic 'Jan, Jans en de Kinderen', amidst his fellow studio workers Rob Phielix, Gerben Valkema, Peter Nuyten and Michiel van de Vijver. Gerritsen is mainly involved in the pencilling of the weekly page for Libelle. When the studio closed down in 2007, Gerritsen continued to work on the comic on a freelance base.

Jan, Jans en de Kinderen, by Maarten Gerritsen
Jan, Jans en de Kinderen

In addition, he has cooperated on the Dutch horror film production 'Horizonica' as storyboard and concept artist. His interest in horror is also showcased in 'Het Kerkhof', his contribution to Menno Kooistra's 'Bloeddorst' comics project.

Het Kerkhof, by Maarten Gerritsen
Het Kerkhof (Bloeddorst anthology)

Gerritsen has furthermore contributed a story to Myx magazine with Pieter van Oudheusden, and is active as freelance comic artist and illustrator for magazines like Roetsj ('Bruno de Bever'), Dolfje Weerwolfje ('De Rampier'), Donald Duck and the Danish Tom & Jerry magazine.

Bruno de Bever by Maarten Gerritsen
Bruno de Bever

He is regularly working through studio's like Noodweer and Funnyfarm on a variety of commercial assignments, varying from illustrations for staff magazines and educational comics, including the ecological superhero 'Greenman' for the Dutch Cultural Society in 2011.

Greenman by Maarten Gerritsen
Greenman (2011)

Laatste update: 2013-06-15

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