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I looked it up, how they put the taste of a forest on the other side of the world in a jelly. It’s gorgeous!
I love my home. Often before I go to sleep I think of how fortunate I am having this home. And yes I still feel it came to be in a wondrous way. My thoughts here.
I was surprised to see a picture I keep on my desktop starring in the Palm Springs episode of Stay Here, an American interior design series new on Netflix. It’s a show in which a stylist (Genevieve Gordner) and a … Continue reading
Ed Ruscha inspired, I hesitated writing that down, as I have recently been disappointed to the point of anger after a search for Picasso at the online auction house Catawiki, and was offered a series of Picasso inspired art work. … Continue reading
The work of Els van der Monde is the photographic registration of a world that can only be seen through new media, i.e. the state of the art scanners and other photographic examinator*. Like Blossfeldt she shows how the origin of … Continue reading
As you may know I am also a host for Airbnb and have people from all over the world staying in my home. Once I stayed in a tiny room in the heart of Tribeca, NYC. Outside the window, squashed … 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