A cartoon a day keeps the doctor away in Bangkok

ART58 Koen
Koen Olie, a famous Dutch cartoonist living in Bangkok, will have a small exposition of his colourful cartoons at "OVERGROUND BAR & CAFE" on Soi 22 of Sukhumvit road from 28 April 2016 until 20 May 2016. The "Overground Bar" is open from 18:00 until 02:00. So if you are in the neighbourhood, drop in have a drink and a look his wonderful and colourful cartoons. I love his daily cartoons ... sometime a bit too colourful for me but always funny. And sometimes very recognisable about living in Thailand.

About Koen :

I'm originally from Holland, but have been living and working in Bangkok since the late 1980s. During the 1990s my illustrations and cartoons appeared in local Thai magazines and newspapers. I also illustrated books for local publishers and presented my work in several large exhibitions. At the end of the 1990s my production slowed down and I concentrated on other business ventures, but never gave up art altogether. I started drawing again in early 2012, but this time just for fun, usually a few drawings per week. Since then I made several post cards and T-shirt designs. For more about Koen the artist and his colourful cartoons have a look at Facebook page ART58 Koen or ART58 Koen

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