Eddy Wouters studied Fine Art and Photography. He started his first business when he was 17. His reputation spread all over Europe and at 22, Eddy was awarded first and second prize at the most prestigious custom painting contest in Europe, called the 'Golden Spraygun'. Previous to that he won first prizes of 'best artwork' at every show that he participated in.
A few years later he became lead illustrator for an advertising agency in Holland, where he also learned the trade of Art Direction, Public Relations and Layout (DTP). His work and achievements within the advertising world were then noticed by a German publisher, who asked him to launch and lead an Art magazine called Airbrush Art + Action. It was sold worldwide, in 4 different languages.
In 2004 Eddy started a new company, offering workshops and working on other projects, primarily game cover illustrations. Due to his experience with this highly competitive and demanding branch of the illustration market, he was able to carve a niche in this section of the market in only a few years.
The next logical step was to combine more than 34 years or experience and wrap it into a new concept. He currently focusses on the Fine Art world.