In his visual work, paintings, drawings, publications and installation work, William Ludwig Lutgens rejects abuse and hypocrisy in a pictorial language that is both political and comical at the same time. Like a standup comedian, he tells personal anecdotes to talk about our society. In his language of form he improvises: he seeks on the one hand for recurring fixed form elements, but at the same time he leaves room for new interpretations through which he can emphasize storylines.
His works make the viewer laugh and think at the same time, sometimes making him feel uncomfortable. Since 2016 Lutgens has its own 'politically incorrect newspaper': 'Het Geïllustreerd Dagblad'.