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Pictures taken on film in the USA 1993. I made a contactsheet recently in a rented darkroom, when I was trying to get some photography work done. The negatives are from a trip to a village close to New York … Continue reading
This is work I did in art school, in 1990. The assignment was in fact a competition issued by a publishing house. It concerned a book design for Leo Vroman, the Dutch poet /scientist. The poetry hadn’t been published yet … Continue reading
Staring at the fabulous marble pattern for maybe just a moment too long, I started to see the face of Freddy Mercury… …which reminded me of… the wonderful rare recording that was handed to me on a special playlist, … Continue reading
The Header. The project is now called Reflector Kids Gallery. It has given it direction. Reflector.com was already taken: A small newspaper from a small American town. While checking for names, I also came across this one. It made me … Continue reading
This is where they started PS | 14052019 I just realized, how much their work looks like the Flowers by Andy Warhol! 🙂
Tomorrow I am doing a workshop with 11 and 12 year olds on insects. As an artist I inspire them (diverge in educational lingo) to create a new insect, a man-made hybrid of technology and biology, to survive – and … Continue reading
As I am training to become an art teacher, I monitored a workshop by a classmate. In the classroom were works of art done by the children hanging on all walls and windows. This is the work done by a … Continue reading
When I saw this image in my inbox just now, immediate a quote by Dale Cooper (Twin Peaks) came to mind: A Bargain Is A Bargain No Matter The Cost. Caught my eye. Sale is on at Jealous Gallery London