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Marc Meulemans (21 May, 1956 - January 27, 2007) was a Belgian musician and graphic designer. In the seventies he was a member of the punk group De Kommeniste (1000 Titels), later he would become graphic designer for Belgian magazines such as MaoMagazine and Deng as well as sound designer for the theatrical producer Ivo van Hove (Toneelgroep Amsterdam). As graphic designer, he was also active for Belgian bands dEUS and 2 Many DJ's, the Ghent Museum for Modern Art SMAK, and as house designer to Belgian fashion house A. F. Vandevorst.

Cause of death

The cause of death was heart failure. He was in the company of two persons at the time, one of which was Tom Deweerdt of Lowlands Records.



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