Onomatopeia, by RayMan

Flemish comic artist Mark Horemans, who signs with the pseudonym Rayman, is a graduate in advertising design. He has drawn comics for the Belgian magazines Verdomd Goed Tijdschrift, Beeldstorm, P@aper and the smallpress anthology 'Formaline'. His comic strip 'Onomatopeia' was published in Dutch comics information magazine Zozolala, and collected in book format by Bries in 1999. His other comic creation include 'Mr Fox' and 'Kama Sutra For Bunnies'.

His work also appears in foreign magazines like Zone 5300 (The Netherlands) and Stripburger (Switzerland), and in anthologies like 'Hic Sunt Leones' and '4EYES' (of which he is co-founder). His illustration work was used for a Dutch language course by the University of Louven, and he was a cartoonist with De Nieuwe Gazet for a while.

cover, by RayMancover, by RayMan

Last updated: 2012-08-26

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