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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
Compositions I made while working on a color palet. Sketches.
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
Just browsing my images with Bridge. Polaroids from New York City, from when the towers were still up. It’s an album I made after a holiday with a friend. We went out for shopping and sight seeing, she was hoping … Continue reading
A spread lay-out I made today for a new magazine I am working on. The picture on the left is from the new lookbook of TOAST. The picture on the right I took last week, when I visited the … 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. I enjoy sharing little insider places to go, things to do, with them. The stuff that locals … 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