Heavily inspired by the Italian renaissance and the 20th century surrealism, the works of Tom de Hundt are an absurd, reflective and narrative representation of his on view on life. The absurdity of society, war, religion, history, music and film are what inspire him every day. Obsessed with the chiaroscuro of anti-hero Caravaggio and the colourful yet painful works of feminist and communist Frida Kahlo, De Hundt creates his own world, while everyone else is invited. 

Besides an artist, Tom is also a skilful craftsman in the art of stretching canvas and framing artworks.