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Tag Archives: Paint
The catch of a moment online gathering. Browsing, shopping for that jenesaisquoi, untill you find it. Therapeutic.
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.
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
A sentence that can cause the same vibe as an alarm bell to a mother: a bored child! Houston!
When I was asked the other day, if there is something I would like to have from my stepfather’s household, as he is moving into a smaller, more comfortable appartement, I couldn’t think of anything. But today, after another day of sorting … 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
Work by the modern Renaissance man Marcel Wanders. The One Minute Delft Blue ceramics, hand painted by the master himself. How intuitive decisions were made. marcelwanders.com