The advantage of using illustrations is that it is not limited by physical possibilities, therefore anything is possible and any abstract idea can be made. I like to tell your story and represent it in an interesting spatial construction. An imaginative and layered image with symbolism, striking portraits and figures in a precise and detailed elaboration. With proportions, colors and materials, the atmosphere and tone can be determined to lead the viewer to the essence of your message.
My name is Robin Bonk, professional illustrator from Utrecht, the Netherlands. In 2016 I obtained my Bachelor of Illustration & Arts at the St. Joost Art Academy in ’s Hertogenbosch. As an illustrator I specialize in concept art, character designs and 2D animations. And have a lot of experience in editorial illustrations, murals, clothing designs, labels, album covers, tattoos and of course artwork.
My goal is to create powerful, expressive images that are recognizable yet unique in imagination and elaboration. With attention and dedication to creating, I ensure originality and innovation. By combining my imagination with reality, this arouses curiosity and invites the viewer to pay attention. Linked to my work, people choose your product even faster, they walk into your shop and your story immediately stands out. That way it gets the attention it deserves.
Executive Producer Court TV
‘Robin is an extremely talented illustrator who I have worked with over many years. He is excellent at likenesses and a pleasure to work with.’
Evert Jan de Vries
Marketeer Innovation:Lab | Theater Utrecht
‘Robin elevates illustration to an art form. The craftsmanship is reflected in incredible detail and perfectly balanced illustrations. Are you looking for an artist who creates a unique image with high quality? Robin Bonk is the only right choice.’
Animation Supervisor LIT Videobooks
‘It has been so great working with Robin for the last 1.5 years. He has amazing illustration skills and has always been so fast and reliable, really everything I could want in a collaborator.’