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Tag Archives: green
I am working late, pitching for a magazine. This is an image I made, just now, branding the use of fabric made of recycled PET plastic, looking good. Let’s Love Our Home.
I’ve just come back from Venice, Italy. The green of the lagoon, moving wildly, yet so calming.
This week I also conducted a workshop with the youngest in school, 6 year olds. They were explained that we need more insects and flowers, but we have little space for flower fields in the city. Therefor we need to … Continue reading
An image from the archives. Made me think. The earth moves incredibly fast – the earth is moving about our sun in a very nearly circular orbit, covering this route at a speed of nearly 30 kilometers per second – and … 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.
Yesterday I bought a big bundle of mint in the Turkish supermarket. Coming home with it, it’s smell soon filled the kitchen with a lovely fresh and clean scent. The sun added some shades of a minty blue, et voilà… spring … Continue reading
On the tree across the canal I noticed a touch of green. The willow is awakening, wearing a veil of first green, ever so slightly. This color I found in a painter’s water color almanac, made by hand back in … Continue reading
I love small vases, love the smell of Eucalyptus and sometimes really like a bouquet without the flowers, just the leaves. Eucalyptus was introduced from Australia to the rest of the world following the Cook expedition in 1770. Collected by Sir Joseph … Continue reading
As the creative head of a trend related business one has to travel and explore the unexpected to keep creative juices flowing. So. Yesterday I got in our company vehicle and went to check out the microcosmos of the Dutch … Continue reading