Artist Profile: Gilles Vranckx

Artist Profile: Gilles Vranckx
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Gilles Vranckx was born with a pencil in hand. He studied graphic design, animation and comic art. His influences range from Ashley wood, Kent Williams, Mike Allred, to Rene Gruau, Edward Hopper and old 50′-60′ ads.

Check out some of Gilles Vranckx’s illustrations below!

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