Monthly Archives: October 2015

Zoom

  I’ve had this image on my desktop for a long time. I love the stillness and the punky edge to it. The thermal blanket of some sorts waving in the wind, the peak under her shoes, the misty view over the land … Continue reading

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Flower Focus

As for everyday life inspiration, living in the Netherlands, I can always rely on flowers.

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Something Else

Willem Dafoe, persuaded to vogue. Photographed by Alex Da Corte for ALL-IN magazine, a new biannual on arts and culture. “(…) Through curating elements of art, design, food and other media, All-IN represents life in an increasingly digital society.” (About … Continue reading

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Book Design | Intuitive Coloring

The origins of our Delft Blue pottery is in faraway places like China and Japan. Elsewhere. The map above is of Elsewhere. Next to it a shell, richly dressed in iridescent mother of pearl. It is a spread from a book on … Continue reading

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One Minute Ceramics

Work by the modern Renaissance man Marcel Wanders. The One Minute Delft Blue ceramics, hand painted by the master himself. How intuitive decisions were made. marcelwanders.com

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Today Less Day

Last night the clock went back to winter time, also known as the Fall Back. Resulting in longer nights, and more lights about. The Oosterdok-area is my favorite spot in the city, at sunset. It is a 10 minute bike ride from our … Continue reading

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DESKTOP | What Is A Man

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Color Inspiration | A Blown China Aster

After more than a week in a vase, an encore, for today. Actually, I noticed the rather generic flower shape of the China Aster changes into a dramatic bundle of colorful ribbons when it’s blown.

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Desktop

Stuff from my desktop. Now organized.

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