Fantastic stuff, great guy.
(serious) visual art (painting, sculpture, installation, etc.)
Graphical artist Noma Bar (Israel, 1973) has an exhibition till 14 December 2012 in Amsterdam.
Clearly a Joost Swarte fan to say the least, this colourful Amsterdam based illustrator Stefan Glerum.
Dancing to the first ever Detroit techno record, released in 1981, Sharevari by ANUMBEROFNAMES, at this show from the 80s called The Scene.
Last weekend I went back to the UK and visited the Rhythms of the World Festival in Hitchin. One of the performing acts was Oi Va Voi from London. They are a great band I’ve been following for a while and had the luck to see them live from up close:
The master of the genre doesn’t look as good online as it does in print, so get your own copies. The “ACME Novelty Library” series are brilliant. Beautiful colours, melancholic, excruciating, and he is a perfectionist in overseeing to make sure the prints look the way he wants them to; in China I believe.
Took the bus between Haarlem and Schiphol, and passed along Hoofddorp, where there is this remarkable busstop called “The Amazing Whale Jaw” made by NIO architects (from Rotterdam).
Last Saturday at the Rietveld Academie Amsterdam was the collaboration between Fashion students, Graphic Design and Fine Arts students which had it’s climax in a crossover experience of art, design and fashion, as mentioned in my previous post.