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I noticed this, last month, and didn’t post it. Just now I opened the draft, and it struck me again: He looks the part. You should see the group he was in, all obvious models, clothes horses, but not this … Continue reading
While cycling one early morning, I passed this poetry plate, hidden in a field. It made me think. It is the work of Maria Barnas, who was inspired by the history of the waste land turned into a green … Continue reading
This month I visited Maison & Objet in Paris. Planned but some of it, serendipitous. I was confronted with the work of Anne Sophie Gruwez. And instantly felt a connection. The joy RADIATING like a force of nature, I studied one after … Continue reading
All Sunday t-shirts I’ve done so far. It’s been a good mind jog. 😉 Today, the first Sunday of the year, after last night, it’s about number one.
Yesterday we chose the new book to read with the book club. Translates People Without Aura, by Jente Postuma. (Going by the illustration, I think I will enjoy the book, it’s great! Drawing and typography by Claudie de Cleen) Aura/no aura was … Continue reading
Last night I came back from a short trip to Milan. Two nights, jampacked with impressions of art, Italian lifestyle and design. If anything for inspiration traveling is always a good idea. Here’s a photograph I took on Via Tortona … Continue reading
In school self portraits were made from magazines, collage style. Every portrait carried a name under it and a birthday, put together like a calendar wall. They may not seem very precise, rather fauve, with a lot of energy, but … Continue reading