Antigoon’s Never-Ending Illustration
By Hannah Watkins

The Dutch illustrator, Antigoon, invited some of his favourite illustrators to take part in a never-ending collaborative illustration project using the experimental Exquisite Corpse technique.

Oct 03, 2014
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The Dutch illustrator, Antigoon, invited some of his favourite illustrators to take part in a never-ending collaborative illustration project using the experimental Exquisite Corpse technique.

Each illustrator is only allowed to see a glimpse of the previous section, and the illustrator then adds their composition to the sequence, resulting in a never-ending surreal illustration.

This technique was kick-started by Surrealists in the early part of the 20th Century and in true surrealist style, the illustration below creates a bizarre and surprising narrative.

1. Bratislav Milenkovic | 2. Martín-Azambuja | 3. Lydia Nichols | 4. Katja Zandkuijl | 5. Alexey Luka | 6. Gino Bud Hoiting

Check out the entire illustration at exquisitecorpse.nl.


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