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Children down the street asking for a phone free zone. They would rather see us dance! Reasonable request 🙂
Random remnants on the beach of Sicily, August 2016. An apparently random composition, but created by nature’s force. I love the piece of pizza in it.
Just before going to bed I watched a snippet of BBC television. Gloria Steinem, a famous lady I never heard of*, was being interviewed, and said ” (As a woman) …you’re either a feminist or a masochist, you see”. Expressing her … Continue reading
This Sunday’s t-shirt is inspired by a book for sign painters. Trained craftsmen who used to paint words, onto shop windows for example. It has been out of sight for quite a while, but it’s back I have noticed, beautifully constructed pieces … Continue reading
TONY GIBSON, Bright Old Thing, one of 14 elder creative talents WAS: PRODUCT DESIGNER IS NOW: VLOGGER -> Tony Gibson – the importance of reflection and humor Tony worked for years as a product and graphic designer, prototyping familiar food packaging and new … Continue reading
IF in the neighborhood and IF wanting to go out in the storm, you could visit the PARKLIGHT project in the Frankendael park in Amsterdam Oost-Watergraafsmeer. Sixteen light artists have contributed to an exciting walk through the park, and this neon sign is … Continue reading