Posts Tagged "netherlands"

August 3, 2011

Mac ‘n’ Cheese

Have 2 minutes for something inspiring and cool? Of course you do.

This animated short is directed and created by four obviously talented students at the Utrecht School of Arts in the Netherlands. I truly appreciate the cinematic techniques used and the way they edited it. The speed, style and imagination of this is inspiring and really fun to watch. There is a nice balance of traditional looking and computer assisted 3D animation.

Get all more details about this short film by hitting up their site.


April 20, 2010


Last week we received a nice little email from the gang over at Patswerk, a cool new design agency started by some young + aspiring designers + illustrators in the Netherlands. Maybe it’s their playful use of hand drawn type or maybe the fact that they’re just as likely to put a rattle can to a wall as they are to open up Photoshop, I’m not sure, but I get more of a collective vibe than an agency one. That’s a very good thing.

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May 12, 2009

Vermeer Would be Proud


Desiree Dolron is a photographer from Haarlem, Netherlands. She has a deep body of work with a range of aesthetics and subject matter. I’m particularly drawn to her portrait series Xteriors where she exhibits to her devotion to painting and pays an homage to 17th century dutch artists such as Vermeer.


The piece below actually looks a later, blinder Rembrandt.