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Apparently most of us have been living with the wrong idea of the actual sizes of the continents, as we know our planet from the standard maps of earth which are badly wrong, due to Mercator Projection – a cylindrical map … Continue reading
I just discovered Catawiki, the online auction platform. A sea of images, objects, that makes your mind go wander. Fabulous. The selection I made is part of an art auction, that ends this sunday. Images of the world today on … Continue reading
A selection of images saved on my desktop. Somehow there’s a rich green in the air, juicy and mature. Autumn is coming , but you can hold on to summer’s peak.
I spent at least an hour studying all 10 of them. The music I’ve been listening to, posted here
This is a drawing I made in a field on Lanzarote in 1994. Today exactly 22 years ago. Many memorable events happened since. Now this moment is part of a new composition of frames in our staircase. The other day a … Continue reading
The painting above was stolen last Thursday from the Castelvecchio Museum in Verona. It is part of the robbery of masterpieces worth an estimate €15 million, and among them are works of great names like Rubens, Tintoretto, Pisanello and Bellini. But … Continue reading
you will l o v e the work of Caroline Harper! Art director and set dresser by profession –Turner, the film, being one of her projects- Harper was blown away by the art of map making, and inspired by the work … Continue reading