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To put a copyright sign next to this picture would be cheeky. The forces of nature created it and I merely spotted it.
Today Barack Obama said goodbye as President of the United States. A moment in time. For the occasion I looked up some Obama Art online, and this is what spoke to me. A small selection of a world of unconditioned expression … Continue reading
BeadRoute is a new project I started, under the wings of The Fabric Of Home. For now, a webshop for travel companions. Bracelets composed of vintage and new beads come from all over the world, are charged with experience, made by … Continue reading
I bought a new lens for my Sony NEX-5. The camera is in fact ‘out of range’ but I decided to invest in a portrait lens just the same, as this little body is a power station. Today I tried … Continue reading
Of course I went on holiday to relax, but it’s very difficult not to notice beauty. These simple but amazing natural structures I found on the beach of Sicily.
Here’s a sneak preview of the work I am doing, an inspirational magazine for a large sofa company. I am almost done and took a moment to look at the flow of the lay-outs and the storyline of the magazine. … Continue reading
I updated the 2015 page and I am pleased. The blog starts to work like a visual diary.