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http://media.vara.nl/player.php?id=241598″></iframe> This was done live! one morning during Giel Beelen’s show on radio 3FM and it’s been on repeat since I retrieved it online: Deep Sea Arcade playing Daft Punk’s Get Lucky. It’s a psychedelic-rock-guitar version of the eighties sound Pharell … Continue reading
This post is one from the archives, as I have been sorting things out. Before everybody had a phone with a built-in camera, I used to carry an oldskool SLR camera around, with a slide film in it. At the … Continue reading
Tonight at 9 you will have a unique opportunity to (re)view the brilliant and engaging documentary film Être et Avoir by Nicolas Philibert. Award winning. It tells the story of George Lopez being the sole teacher at a one-room school out … Continue reading
Now on Etsy: The Stuff Behind The Blog, for sale!! Starting with a sale related to the Film Festival in Cannes, opening in a few hours. Have a look, and let me know what you think! (too late too tired … Continue reading
Spring is at the doorstep and the 7-year olds in school are drawing the cycle of life, i.e. that of a tree, to start simple. Also the technique is kept elementary: crayons. While cropping the images I noticed that some … Continue reading
Well I hope this is true, as I am aware of breaking an important Blogger’s Rule: to post everyday, or at least very regularly. And it’s not that I don’t have subjects, but … there’s also a life away from … Continue reading
Nadia Dafri is not easy to find, but difficult to forget. When I first saw her work on show in Paris, during the fair Maison+Objet 2012 I was smitten, what-is-it-I-love-it at first sight! But because of the note next to … Continue reading