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A building I spotted while cycling in Zaandam today. The old building is the new one.
A page from the full trend report on next season, autumn winter 2018, for sale at Patternbank. The preview is tiny, but radiant.
A selection from the printed fabrics on sale at Vlisco, 160 original Java designs in total.
I love random stuff, this is an image I found online, back in 2013. Like a tube map after an earthquake.
Cool image of two mega stars of jazz music, also great color scheme, very now. Plenty of jazzy tunes to get in the mood for some serious time off, it’s Friday again! 😉
At The Museum of Everything – located in the Kunsthal in Rotterdam – I was struck by a gallery of portraits by Johnson Weree. Johnson Weree (1970, Liberia) Itinerant émigré draughtsman of limitless visionary capacity, whose swirling palette resolves itself into bursts, portraits and … Continue reading
Through my post on outsider art yesterday, I stumbled upon the work of Polina Raïko, the lady behind the religious mural in a home in Ukraine. When I read her life story, I felt that I should show more of her work and share her … Continue reading
A beach find. The remains of products produced all over the world, entangled as one at sea and washed ashore on our beach. For me to find. Where are you from, tell me your story! Artist Melissa Loop painted hers.