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Now at Bergdorf Goodman New York: window displays to promote the collection curated by Iris Apfel. On sale now, the tribe stuff. Or should I say, All Things Iris Apfel – the wonderful objects of personal expression curated by the style queen … 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
One of the projects saved from Shady Pines. Photographs I took on a trip to Marrakesh in 2010 – I think. Never had the time to look at them again, until now. The disk is corrupted and I could only … Continue reading
I just submitted this picture for a competition, the theme is growth. Last Friday I froze the moment where my son (12) was sitting on top of the car, along a country road in the south of Holland, in awe … Continue reading
The wall of a church in Bergen, Norway. Something I noticed.
A selection from the printed fabrics on sale at Vlisco, 160 original Java designs in total.
I just discovered Catawiki, the online auction platform. A sea of images, objects, that makes your mind go wander. Fabulous. The selection I made is part of an art auction, that ends this sunday. Images of the world today on … Continue reading
After along day driving, up North, to attend the second funeral this week, I am back home, tired, I switched on my computer in search of a soothing image. This one. Every object, color or the view, everything tells a story. … Continue reading