Beep Beep by Braldt Bralds shows part of a scene that Warner Brothers has depicted in a much loved cartoon. No coyote is depicted, but he must be close by.
Born in the Netherlands into an art-loving culture, Braldt Bralds was very influenced by the works of Dutch Masters such as Rembrandt and Vermeer. He first learned about illustration art from magazine advertisements while still a young child, and from that moment, his course was set. At twelve, he began attending the Grafische School in Rotterdam, where he was instructed in graphic arts and the printing trade. Aside from this formal training, Braldt is primarily self-taught. Once out of school, Braldt became a successful illustrator in Holland. In 1978, on his first day’s visit to New York, he was commissioned to paint a cover for Time Magazine. Since then Braldt’s career has been one success after another.
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