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Tag Archives: museum
You would think everything here on earth has been discovered by now. If you would want to find something new, where would you go? How would you travel? This was the question I put upon a group of 8 and … Continue reading
Yesterday I went to see the show Making Africa in the Kunsthal museum in Rotterdam. Came back invigorated. A marvelous world of wonder. http://www.kunsthal.nl/nl/plan-je-bezoek/tentoonstellingen/making-africa/
Two flower paintings I saw in the Museum Kröller Muller. The paintings are similar, but see what a frame can do. Here’s a top 10 of the best flower paintings according to the Guardian.
After taking the test on the website of Musee d’Orsay, I now know which cat I am. If I were to be a cat, that is. Colonel Meouw. The magic was in the answers to eight questions. Here’s a few. … Continue reading
For a project I had a quick look online for a cmyk translation of a blue swatch I wanted to use, as I couldn’t find my Pantone color guide, and came across this chart on Wikipedia. Itreads like poetry! Funny … Continue reading
Until 10.01.2016 on show in Berlin, in the Museum für Fotografie. Pale Pink and Light Blue – Japanese Photography from the Meiji Period (1868-1912)