Rich but no idea

November 28th, 2014

Illustrations for a fake Quote magazine story that will never be printed. Next.

rijkgeenidee-illus

 

Behind the mask

November 28th, 2014

Rejected illustration that was to be used as a graphic in a documentary that was never really made.

 

verdieping-masker-kleur

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mind the gap

November 12th, 2014

Jump on board before the door closes

mind the gap leon mussche onleon

 

 

Initial ideas for a new touch-sensitive interactive animation called MIND THE GAP were shared during KLIK animation festival in Amsterdam last weekend.

 

stamp-sized icons of relationship types

November 12th, 2014

These supersmall icons were commissioned by UWV, Dutch employment and social security office 

Shown are five kinds of relationships: long-distance love, LAT relation, in-love, married with children and marriage of convenience.

icons leon mussche amsterdam

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lobbycrazy

October 29th, 2014

Illustrations for opinion magazine Elsevier Juist

These illustrations were made for an article on the lobbycracy and (ab)use of power by former politicians in the Netherlands.

elsevier juist lobby corruptie nederland leon mussche

 

elsevier juist lobby leon mussche illustrat

 

Future of shopping illustrated

October 3rd, 2014

Illustration about the future of shopping, includes apple watch, google glass and virtual fitting rooms.
illustration by leon mussche on the future of shopping, includes apple watch and google glass

 

Keeping them honest again

October 2nd, 2014

Corrupted illustrations

I illustrated a series of three blog posts for watchdog journalism blog ‘FOLLOW the MONEY’ about an alleged corruption scandal in the purchase of over 12.000 police cars in the Netherlands, a purchase which was apparently suspiciously made in favour of Volkswagen.

leon mussche illustration amsterdam netherlands dutch blog police cars

león mussche illustration amsterdam netherlands dutch blog police cars

leon mussche illustration amsterdam netherlands dutch blog police cars

 

illustrating the invention of Europe

August 25th, 2014

New illustration published today

I illustrated The article ‘How the Americans have invented Europe,’ an editorial for ‘Elsevier Juist’ magazine in the Netherlands. illustration by Dutch illustrator Leon Mussche                   leonmussche-juist-1leonmussche-juist-2

 

A clear visual identity with red wine and mustard

World Cup 2014 live drawings

July 5th, 2014

Live speed drawings made during World Cup 2014

World Cup Brazil 2014 live drawings by Amsterdam illustrator Leon Mussche. Netherlands Argentina

World Cup Brazil 2014 live drawings by Amsterdam illustrator Leon Mussche. Netherlands Argentina

World Cup Brazil 2014 live drawings by Amsterdam illustrator Leon Mussche. Netherlands Argentina

World Cup Brazil 2014 live drawings by Amsterdam illustrator Leon Mussche. Netherlands Argentina

 

 

Live speed drawings made during the quarter finals and half finals of the World Cup Brazil 2014. One drawing for every minute of the match trying to capture movement and register as much as possible in illustration, infographic and writing during The Netherlands Mexico and the Netherlands Costa Rica. Pencil and watercolour on Wenzhou paper roll. Next will be ‘the Netherlands -Argentina.’

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dutch-minded

June 28th, 2014

New illustrations for Elsevier Juist magazine

The Dutch are mostly Dutch-minded, illustration for an article by Syp Wynia about the Netherlands EU direction for Elsevier Juist magazine.

leon_mussche-elsevier-juist-dutch-minded

 

To spoil or not to spoil

June 28th, 2014

New illustration for Trots magazine

Illustration proposals by Leon Mussche about spoiling your (grand)children, by Dutch illustrator Leon Mussche for Trots magazine.

Candy supplied by Het Oud-Hollandsch Snoepwinkeltje candy store, Jordaan, Amsterdam.

 

 

leonmussche-candy-magazine-illustration-amsterdam-illustrator

 

offLeon: Charles-Henri Kielen

June 28th, 2014

Rhine river ship license

Started work on a new project for offLeon, tentatively called Charles-Henri Kielen. Based on interviews with my remainin great aunts.  Shown below is the ship license from 1907 of my great-grandparents tug boat Vertrouwen (Trust). A commercial rhine river vessel which sailed between the Netherlands and Germany before, during and after both WWI and WWII and was held captive in Berlin with their children.

leon_mussche_charles-henri-Kielen_ship_license-'s gravenmoer_rotterdam_vertrouwen

 

Sustainable maintenance

June 28th, 2014

New green illustration by Amsterdam illustrator Leon Mussche

Illustration for HEVO real estate and building company magazine, accompanying an article on sustainable maintenance.

leon_mussche-dutch-illustrator-amsterdam

 

Open Mind: new illustration on left-wing liberalism in the Netherlands

May 9th, 2014

The return of  liberalism

This illustration on the history and return of left-wing liberalism was made by Leon Mussche for the article ‘The Unstoppable return of open-mindedness’ written by Syp Wynia for opinion magazine Elsevier Juist in the Netherlands.

illustartion by Leon Mussche on left wing liberlalism and open-mindedness