MAYBE is an ongoing project that started in 2010 with five 
artists of our group. Each artist made twenty graphics as double 
cards. One portfolio is filled with a work of each artist. 
They are all showing surrealistic motives with an individual 
view and thought of the artist. Like a chain letter they 
are telling episodes of a fictional story. 
The created double cards are hand-signed and artistically
 further worked on with different techniques.

Adrian Wylezol

Now the magazine DNCHT is showing this project 
in full color on six pages.




We have drawn fictive vehicle sketches with my students this week in Cologne, inspired by the ones of Kim Jung Gi and Ian McQue. By drawing 'vehicles', you quickly get close to 'armed vehicles'.

Weaponry is a very problematic issue. Seeing the real impact that the armament industry has on many countries makes me feel disgust. But (or therefore) there can be reasons for an artist to face up this theme.

 The sketch above almost looks like an Army advertising, which is not my intention. Anyhow, tanks have a strong fascination to me. What is this fascination about? 

Just like Han Solo corresponds to the archetype of the Western cowboy, or maybe on a deeper level to the 'hunter', there's often something 'essential' in things or figures. There's so many odd versions of tanks - small, huge, powerful, more or less sophisticated and sometimes very absurd. Tempting me quite a lot to look for this essence.

Boris Servais