Call of the Wild Mousepad by Michael van Kekem

Design By:
Michael van Kekem

Michael van Kekem works as a illustrative designer and printmaker, based in the Netherlands. His work consists out of posters, books, Very Manly Pins, prints and editorial illustrations. Together with two fellow illustrators he runs Studio M, an illustrative collective. With Studio M, he translates all sorts of stories into images: illustrations, identities or animations. www.michaelvankekem.com

 

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Design By:
Michael van Kekem

Michael van Kekem works as a illustrative designer and printmaker, based in the Netherlands. His work consists out of posters, books, Very Manly Pins, prints and editorial illustrations. Together with two fellow illustrators he runs Studio M, an illustrative collective. With Studio M, he translates all sorts of stories into images: illustrations, identities or animations. www.michaelvankekem.com

 

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Artist Statement

My version of the cover for Jack London's Call of the Wild was meant to be a basic feel of cold, mountains, and screams or howls if you will. Typography and a basic look sometimes say more than images. — Michael van Kekem