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I saw an item on the news about the situation in New York City. Now the epicenter of the Corona pandemic in the West. Deserted cityscape and about to shut down and black out, likely to result in a human … Continue reading
This is a moodboard I did for the webshop of BeadRoute. BeadRoute was a project I tried to pull off together with a friend who sources beads and fabrics in Mali. The elements of bracelet are made in Africa, of … Continue reading
1 – Nike, their latest in 2002. 2 – The Y-front. Could be hipster now. (The text reads Le diner des cons) 3 – Early embrace of tattoo in advertising. 4 – The moments that call for water. 5 + … Continue reading
The original image is a tiny image I noticed in the corner of my eye – in the listing of a creative newsletter I scanned the other day. I took the screenshot below. This is what I saw. It made … Continue reading
I have been thinking about painting and have been sucked into a book on Matisse, the master of light. And then I stumbled upon this photo I took, downstairs, in the living room, a few years ago. It is autumn … Continue reading
This week I will be in New York City with my 14-year old son. Exactly a year ago we stayed in Brooklyn, and loved it. I could live here, my son cheered. I so agreed. – We had such a … Continue reading
The drawing I made before I looked up the photo’s. I remembered it by day with the sunlight beaming in on either side of Matisse’s glance. It was Diana Ross singing Mahogany that made me think of Matisse’s self … Continue reading
I like to cycle and this is what I saw the other day, only a mile away. A ship with a load of sand on it’s way to the North Sea (?), seen from the Nescio Bridge. On trips … Continue reading