Here are some drawings from a recent trip – some views of Rome and Siena. Very inspiring to see the massive structures they’ve built 2000 or more years ago. Some defying explanation until today. And many were built so fast that it puts any modern construction to shame – they got bridges done in days … Continue reading Some Lines on Italian Architecture →
Kyo-Machiya Booklet – and Ignite Speech Today
Below I got a booklet from Japan about my Art-In-Residence – it’s interesting to see the Japanese perspective on it. But first: This evening I’ll give a presentation about my Japan Art in Residence at the Mediamatic in Amsterdam. The event is called Ignite 28 and features 12 speakers with each 5 minutes of time. … Continue reading Kyo-Machiya Booklet – and Ignite Speech Today →
Costumes of the André Hazes Musical – Part II
Oh, what beautiful fractals you have, honey!
Continuous Flow: Saves Lives and Cake
A fascinating application of continuous flow: A busy town center without traffic lights. Why does it work? Just seeing the traffic light situation there makes me feel uncomfortable. The video below shows this busy square dominated by cars – and the surprising solution of reducing the amount of lanes and removal of all traffic lights. … Continue reading Continuous Flow: Saves Lives and Cake →