The Collages of Barbara Breitenfellner

I love Barbara Breitenfellners collages where she combines old photograph…

The automation of representation

The birth of photography has a great story of successive inventions and is…

Hergé vs Hiroshige

Tradition influences modernity. We can see that old traditional Japanese…

2017 Fanic Music – Built For Us Campaign

The campaign approach for the launch of the Fanic Music App would…

2017 New Work – Datamosh Impressions

A series of pencil (6B) studies based on ‘datamoshed’ video…

Margaret A. Boden – The ‘Lovelace’ questions

What is creativity? A professor of cognitive science, Margaret A. Boden, has…

2017 OUTSIDE-IN BRANDING

For Outside-In, a telco consulting company from Belgium, I chose a more…

Introduction to TAD, the automated designer

Researching how technological automation affects creative work is similar to…

The polyptychs of Marcel Dzama

Dzama tells stories. Stories about bad men like terrorists, decadent stories…

Every one rushes elsewhere and into the future, because no one wants to face one’s own inner self.

Michel Eyquem de Montaigne (28 February 1533 – 13 September 1592)