Mika Schalks is a graphic designer and illustrator from the Netherlands who loves stop-motion animation. With his colourful illustrations, misplaced characters and a weakness for kitsch aesthetic he aims to question gendered stereotypes and make difficult subjects easier to understand. He combines analog and digital in both print and animation to create bold and unusual visuals. After graduating with distiction from the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK) Mika worked as a prop designer at stop-motion studio Holy Motion and is currently working as graphic designer for Wobby Magazine.

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