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Etsy: Grungy mark making printable

Last night I added a new digital paper pack in my shop: Grungy mark making. These papers are made in the December class of Fodder School, taught by Aimee Bishop. The digital papers don’t have an […]

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Slow Art Party: Fill

Last week’s theme of the Slow Art Party hosted by Amy Maricle was ‘Fill’. I drew along with Amy in the replay of the session. Slow Art Party: Fill I noticed my watercolor lines started to look […]

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Commission: Photoshoot of an inaugural lecture

I was invited to capture the inaugural lecture of Professor Arie Zwiep on 10 March. Below you find a visual impression of the ceremony. Professor Arie Zwiep arriving at the aula of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam […]

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Slow Art Party: Through

This week’s theme of the Slow Art Party hosted by Amy Maricle was ‘Through’.

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Fog

It was a foggy day today. That doesn’t happen often in the Netherlands, so I went out for a photowalk on my lunchbreak and I found the fog enchanting! Especially when you are in nature. […]

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Etsy: Rust patina printable

I just added a new digital paper pack in my shop: Rust patina printable. Over the years I’ve captured so many rusty surfaces with my camera that I decided I could list some of them […]

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New haul of Cartes-de-visite (CDVs)

Oh, I’m so pleased with myself! I’ve just purchased 20 cartes-de-visite from the Waterlooplein in Amsterdam for 50 cents a piece. I visited a friend and on my return decided to quickly cruise this vintage […]

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Slow Art Party: Evolve

The theme of one of the last Slow Art Parties hosted by Amy Maricle of Mindful Art Studio was ‘Evolve’. As I am posting this way later than the session actually took place, I do […]

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Silhouettes of trees

There is something about Winter: all the leaves have fallen to the ground and you can easily see the silhouettes of trees. I like looking at the curvy and funky lines of the bare trees. […]