Welcome to The Brabanter!

The Brabanter is a fictional magazine that draws inspiration from the iconic cover pages of The New Yorker. While the magazine itself is entirely fictional, the cover pages are very real and inspired by the unique traits of the Noord-Brabant province. 

We feature new artists every two weeks, showcasing the artwork digitally and selling it in the form of posters.

The Brabanter is an independent project who emulates other initiatives worldwide in the mission of promoting their reality through the power of images. Our tributes go to The ParisianerThe Tokyoiter , Le Montrealer , The Shanghairen  and The Milaneser .


Each artist is unique.

Our main goal is to promote Noord-Brabant and the artistic community within. That's why we select the most talented illustrators who are willing to share their unique perspective on our beloved province.

We range from young promises, to consolidated professional designer and we make sure they are adequately remunerated for their efforts by giving them visibility and sharing with them the majority of the profits.

Here is the growing list of participants.

If you would like to join the project, don't hesitate and say hallo!

Each artwork is unique!

We strive to deliver our posters to the utmost quality. Some key info:

  • Giclée print on premium satin paper (250 gsm)

  • A2 format (420 x 594 mm) 

  • Limited editions of 100 pieces per poster

  • Numbered by hand in the bottom right corner together with the TB project initials

  • Embossed TB logo (4.5 cm diameter)

  • Carefully wrapped with protective film and packaged individually

In the news!

Some weeks ago the Eindhovens Dagblad dedicated an article to our project. 

Read the full article to know a bit more about the project and its founder.

Also, you can head to the frequently asked questions for more info on how we run the project and which other local initiatives we support.