Momo & Sprits is a fun-loving little illustration studio dedicated to creating whimsical graphics and characters brimming with personality!
Their work is inspired by retro cartoons and games and consists of flat and colourful shapes.
In 2012 Momo & Sprits illustrated a short film about Brazilian funk legend Tim Maia, called the Existential Adventures of Tim Maia: Nobody can live forever commissioned by former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne’s record label Luaka Bop. It was premiered in a New York cinema and featured a voice-over track by popular folk singer Devendra Banhart. It was viewed more than 200.000 times on the internet and got attention from Rolling Stone and MTV.
Since then, Momo & Sprits have been doing a variety of work for i.a. Path, the Dutch State Mines (DSM) and Dutch leading magazine for creatives D-Zone. Along with their cats Pip and Pepper they now live and work in Dundee, leaving their home country of the Netherlands behind.
Momo & Sprits is always looking for creative projects that can use some happiness and quirk. Wether you are interested in our work or just want to have a nice chat, we would be very happy to invite you over to our office for a coffee.
Send us a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you as quick as we can!