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and thank you for stopping by, taking an interest in my blog. I am the 'relentless hunter and gatherer of soothing beauty, great and small'
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Pictures taken on film in the USA 1993. I made a contactsheet recently in a rented darkroom, when I was trying to get some photography work done. The negatives are from a trip to a village close to New York … Continue reading
I just read about the cranes again on this blog. The story about Priem’s Perky Papershop, read it here. ============================================================= PS | 2019 | It was time for their return. They are back in the shops.
Charts, stereotypes and Photoshop, regarding ‘skin tone’. And art. A photograph by Man Ray, approaching the subject from an aesthetic angle. “This photograph of Kiki de Montparnasse’s head next to an African ceremonial mask bears a title that references both … Continue reading
[continue after Motion Blur] For example, running the bed&breakfast from home, inspirationwise, is a fun thing to do. From an anthropological point of view surely. I love the stories sparked by left objects. More in Stuff Talking
A print I cut from an old table cloth that I once bought in Italy, from a stal at a local market. Every household has one. Maybe plain in Italy, beautiful over here. The Fabric Of Home on facebook
I l o v e paper. Maybe it’s a default setting for a graphic designer, but my love goes wayyy back: from paper, envelopes and stamps – as a child I wanted to become a post office employee – I moved on to larger … Continue reading
I booked a trip to Sicily for the summer. SO looking forward to finally visit, it’s been a hub of cultures throughout history. And spectacular nature too.
Started tonight, Transparent the tv series, episode 2. Great.