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1 – Nike, their latest in 2002. 2 – The Y-front. Could be hipster now. (The text reads Le diner des cons) 3 – Early embrace of tattoo in advertising. 4 – The moments that call for water. 5 + … Continue reading
Tonight on my way home, I cycled past one of my favorite spots in Amsterdam. It’s a crane on the street along the canal with redeveloped warehouses, not far from where I live. Half way up in the crane is … Continue reading
BeadRoute is a new project I started, under the wings of The Fabric Of Home. For now, a webshop for travel companions. Bracelets composed of vintage and new beads come from all over the world, are charged with experience, made by … Continue reading
Sometimes a tune, played out loud, hits a nerve and revs up an old idea. The lines confining a space now seem to become the threads of an idea catcher – as a take on the popular dream catcher.
While I was spending time under my thinking hat, my son made this poem. Car train plane or truck it doesn’t matter moving is the luck I guess it could mean you just have to (get up to) be happy.
Since I have posted daily, it’s been often a late one. Ideal to look back at the day, focussing on the one thing, but mostly tapping into what’s out there. This is the space where I work and rest. Goodnight ,-) … Continue reading
TONY GIBSON, Bright Old Thing, one of 14 elder creative talents WAS: PRODUCT DESIGNER IS NOW: VLOGGER -> Tony Gibson – the importance of reflection and humor Tony worked for years as a product and graphic designer, prototyping familiar food packaging and new … Continue reading