Erro, by Ruben Libgott

At a very young age, Ruben Libgott developed a passion for music and drawing. His drawings were mostly comic strips and in the summer of 2000, Ruben Libgott created 'Erro', based on a homeless man. From March 2001, the Dutch magazine Straatnieuws (Street News), published Erro monthly. Other creations by Libgott include 'Potlood Ventje' ('Pencil Man') and 'Geert & Beert'. Since August 2002, 'Geert & Beert' is published weekly in the university paper Cursor, and 'Potlood Ventje' appears in magazine ZienderOgenKunst Extra.

Geert en Beert, by Ruben Libgott
interviews by and with Ruben Libgott
(in dutch)

Last updated: 2006-12-31

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