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The catch of a moment online gathering. Browsing, shopping for that jenesaisquoi, untill you find it. Therapeutic.
Charts, stereotypes and Photoshop, regarding ‘skin tone’. And art. A photograph by Man Ray, approaching the subject from an aesthetic angle. “This photograph of Kiki de Montparnasse’s head next to an African ceremonial mask bears a title that references both … Continue reading
While I was spending time under my thinking hat, my son made this poem. Car train plane or truck it doesn’t matter moving is the luck I guess it could mean you just have to (get up to) be happy.
There’s a new weekend destination in our country, a zoo-slash-theme-park called Wildlands. An Adventure Zoo. I visited with my son (11) and ofcourse, we were not the only ones. While waiting in an incredible complicated line, I noticed this statue. … Continue reading
Working late, I just sent a file to the designer via WeTransfer. WeTransfer is free portal for sending large files, and it’s homepage is like a gallery. They show work of fairly unknown creatives and today it gave me this. … Continue reading
On the tree across the canal I noticed a touch of green. The willow is awakening, wearing a veil of first green, ever so slightly. This color I found in a painter’s water color almanac, made by hand back in … Continue reading