Hole in the Dyke
9733 EH Groningen
HF New Identity
The new identity for the Holland Festival, made by Thonik, builds on its graphic history. Result: A modern looking identity with a big retro feel to it. See also this blog post in Creative Review.
Sat, June 13, 2015 - 2:14
Werkman - Life & Work
Hendrik Nicolaas Werkman (29 April 1882 – 10 April 1945) was a Dutch artist, typographer and printer who worked and lived in Groningen. Although Werkman was executed three days before the end of the war and many of his paintings and prints, which the Gestapo had confiscated, were lost in the fire that broke out during the battle between German and Canadian forces over the city, Werkman today is widely recognized as the most influential artist in Groningen in the 20th century.
To be seen in the Groninger Museum until november.
Wed, May 20, 2015 - 2:09
POM POM is a modern and stylish lingerie brand from Los Angeles created by Reynolds and Reyner agency. Two kinds of panties are packed In a beautifully designed diagonally-cut cubebox, one for everyday use and one for evenings and nights. Work hard, play hard…
Sat, May 09, 2015 - 6:12
This is the cast of the film 'The Train', created by Moomba! Media and commissioned by Herinneringscentrum Westerbork. An imaginary story based on true memories, letters and diaries completed with very clarifying computer animations gives us a penetrating view of the imprisonment of young people in kamp Westerbork in 1943.
Thu, February 12, 2015 - 2:07
Starlings above Utrecht
After several attempts video producer Roald van Stijn yesterday finally succeeded in filming the starlings dance he was hoping for. Great stuff!
Thu, January 15, 2015 - 8:42
no laughs today
Thu, January 08, 2015 - 2:08
Time lapse credits
To see how much work goes into moving the characters of a stop motion animation film pay attention to how often the animator's outfit changes during the end credits for The Boxtrolls. Also worth having a peek at is 'Boxtrolls: Behind the scenes'.
Similar to my previous post German photographer Martin Klimas also transforms the surface of water in his new series of photographs. Even more impressive are his series with the flowervases and porcelain figures.
The sound of porcelain figures hitting the ground after being dropped from a height of three meters triggers the shutter release.