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Mesmerizing visual poetry. Animation by Ikram El Massouadi , motion design by Tashina van Zwam, sound design Sebastiaan Sminck. How did I get to this video, I can’t remember, but I kept a screenshot of the title roll on my … Continue reading
With a career spanning nearly six decades, Gerhard Richter is widely considered one of the greatest artists of our time. His latest work consists of abstract paint blobs on photographs, no bigger than a postcard.
This is the Ave t-shirt for tomorrow November 13th 2016. Dream Big. After the glimpse into a world where the bully seems to win, the lid has been kicked down by signs of protest. People are out on the streets protesting, amass, … Continue reading
New York, concert, Adele, audience, eye, phone, film, music, atmosphere, post, Facebook, worldwide, screenshot, Amsterdam, share, witness. Watch the film till the end 😀
I have been listening to Curtis Harding a lot recently. Followed up a note. If you haven’t heard of him, the typography above is a good indication of his style.
Erm, this is not a surprise gift made from a hoover bag (sorry, it’s the time of the year 😉 It is the tardigrade, or water bear, a tiny animal, seen through the microscope. A good thing they don’t grow taller than … Continue reading