Edwin Servaas is an illustrator and designer based in Curaçao, but his roots are from Northern Amsterdam. His novel style is crisp and influenced by the previous decades, particularly the mid 60’s to the late 70’s. He said that he adores making art and does it constantly, whether it’s for a paying client or not.
Consolidated with expansive agency involvement (with enormous name customers) and a couple of years acting as a studio chief, Servaas is able to work in either professional or personal levels. His affection for music led him to take a shot at album artwork and fine art for a London-based band. At first, when he started doing art, he constantly fantasized about re-imagining The Beatles’ epic “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds”. He describes his style as grungy, psychedelic meets punk, grungy, dirty and retro.
See some of his music artwork here.