Bruxelles Babel by JL Lejeune
From: Bruxelles Babel

Jean-Louis Lejeune (also known as simply J.L. Lejeune) is a Brussels-based illustrator. He was born in Andenne and educated at the Institut Saint-Luc in Brussels. He is the founder of Studio Etcaetera, and has made several book illustrations since the late 1970s. These include Richard Olivier's 'Idi Amin Dada, Empereur de Belgique' (1979), 'Love, Love C'est Vite Dit!' (1983, with Jean-Claire Lacroix and Claude Oreel), Francine Léonard's 'Victoria Flique' (1985), 'Dr. Car & Mr. Toon' (1987), 'Pincettes' (1989), 'Quelques Dessins et Quelques Aphorismes Verticaux' (2015) and 'Mes Dessins Généralistes' (2015).

Artwork by JL Lejeune
Work for Amnesty International

In 1979, he made the illustrations and comic drawings for the book 'Bruxelles Babel. Chronique illustré de Bruxelles', that was written by M. Georis (French edition) and Walter Soethoudt (Dutch translation), and published on the occasion of Brussels' 1000th anniversary. Lejeune's artwork has furthermore appeared in magazines like Spirou, Knack, Charlie Hebdo and 'L'Instant. He is a teacher at the École Supérieure de l'Image le 75.

Bruxelles Babel by JL Lejeune
From: Bruxelles Babel

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