Posts Tagged ‘Art’

Ruimteschip

Saturday, August 22nd, 2015

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Zaterdag hielp ik Linda en haar collega’s verhuizen. Ze huurden antikraak een studio in een oude school die nu opgeruimd moest worden. In de aula trof ik dit kunstwerk aan. Een ruimteschip wellicht?

H.R. Giger Night at Imagine

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

A very interesting night about artist H.R. Giger at the Imagine Film Festival.

Latte art is easy

Sunday, April 5th, 2015

Latte art, it’s not hard 😉 Made this crappy but happy face. My girlfriend Linda took the picture.

Street art, March 17th, 9:30 AM

Tuesday, March 17th, 2015


After visiting the doctor I made a short impression of the street art in the Spuistraat.

From Outer Space, March 14th, 4:30 PM

Saturday, March 14th, 2015

This afternoon Linda and I visited the ‘From Outer Space’ exhibition by Poster Rex at the Amsterdam Stadschouwburg (Amsterdam City Theatre).

This is the info I got from the SSBA-Salon Site about the project:

Falko Gerlinghoff
(Halle), Lars Harmsen (Munich) and Markus Lange (Leipzig) met for the
first time when they were involved in the print-workshop, ARIAL (2012),
at the University of Applied Sciences, Dortmund, Germany. Half a year
later they travelled to Havana, Cuba, to collaborate on the Cuban issue
of SLANTED Magazine (published 2013). Lars, and his partners at Melville
Brand Design, Munich, Germany, designed posters for the exhibition
MoreMoreMore (2013). Each piece was a unique print, playing with
accidents that occur randomly due to the process of overprinting
different screens.

In summer 2014, Falko, Lars and Markus
returned to Havana, to see the designers whom they had met the previous
year. For three days they silkscreened posters, mixing Salsa with
Bauhaus, and form these experiments the idea for POSTER REX was born.

POSTER REX was founded in 2014 by Lars Harmsen and Markus Lange and its
objective is to offer print workshops in different cities. POSTER REX
works together with artists, print shops and galleries to achieve
original and unique prints, made my by hand, using analog techniques and
processes.
The first workshop took place in Leipzig, Germany, in
the Rainbow screen print workshop together with Frank Höhne, an
illustrator from Berlin, Germany. The theme for the first workshop, and
exhibition, at the Graphic bookstore MZIN, Leipzig, was ATOMIC. The next
issue will take place in Amsterdam together with Edwin van Gelder from
Mainstudio and the results will be exhibit in the SSBA Salon. The
workshop is supported by Igepa and Pröll KG.

Gnap! Gnap!

Monday, March 9th, 2015

Watch out for those black Smurfs!

Schaduwspel in Katoen

Sunday, January 25th, 2015

Nadat Linda en ik Foam hadden bezocht om de foto’s van Nobuyoshi Araki te bekijken, hebben we geluncht in een overvol Katoen. Achter het silhouet van de vrouw is een muurschildering van Theo van den Boogaard.

Avonturen in Bergen 2

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

Kunstsnuiven in het West-Fries Museum

Sunday, September 7th, 2014

Linda wilde graag naar de expositie Hoedje van papier die vandaag voor het laatst te zien was. Dus bezochten we het West-Fries Museum in Hoorn. Ik vond maar een paar papierenwerken interessant, maar heb me er verder prima vermaakt met de andere stukken.

Stilstaan in Zandvoort

Saturday, September 6th, 2014

Het is soms fijn om even de drukte van Amsterdam te ontvluchten. Even stilstaan in Zandvoort is dan een prima dagbesteding. Lekker de wind langs je huid voelen. Zandsculpturen en een frietje meepakken.

Foto’s Michael & Linda. 

Haantje in het Westerpark

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

Kunst of oud ijzer?

Monday, June 2nd, 2014