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A page I made for a client, to go in the store magazine, illustrating the art on sale. Over the sofa art.
Preparing for a photo shoot with the theme Duch Masters I saw a documentary on tv about the Dutch village of Marken, which used to be an island. It told the story of a small community losing its traditions after … Continue reading
A word that had to be sprayed on the wall, see it with silver lining under a bridge over the river Amstel. I first saw it while I passed it in a boat, rowing. It made me think. A month … Continue reading
An image called Coma. Like I said, a world flashed by when my nephew was fighting for his life after a motorcycle accident. He was in coma, and his luck tilted on the 5th day, after having suffered a 50/50 percent chance … Continue reading
A photo I took in a garage packed with old timers. The music is from my first album ever, Souled Out by K-tell.
The photo is one from an album I stumbled upon in a dump shop last summer. More pictures from this album here
This is another photograph from the album I stumbled upon in a junk shop last summer. A tranquil view onto a mountain, probably taken in Indonesia, in the 1050’s (going by the complete series). The eye is drawn to the mountain … Continue reading