Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Leap of faith

Haven't got a clue where or what this is leading to.

[Liked the expression. Guess I should use it in a flash or short story once...]


Original artwork made upon the box of cereals.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Moon Spell

Who wants to be an astronaut?

[Today's Twisted Tuesday Tale. Synopsis: Exploration of the universe has been commercialized. Want to go to the moon? Look for the best offer; sign in and enjoy your flight. Everybody can be an astronaut nowadays. The question is: does everybody wants to be?].


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Monday, November 14, 2016


Started translating our YA book AQUIFER.

[Apparently 'AQUIFER' means... aquifer. Great, that's settled. One word down; about 90,000 more to go...] 


Sunday, November 13, 2016

Down the drain

Well, from here it seems things will not get any worse...

[Down the sinkhole of life, things only get better].


Saturday, November 12, 2016


Sure, whenever there's big money involved, I am the last to know. Turns out I've completely missed the sneaker mania. People have been collecting these limited editions for years. Not to wear the darned shoes but to stack them into their house. Boxes are piled up, waiting for new customers. Big business, as some of these collector's items are worth $ 24.500,- a pair. (Hey, look on the bright side. At least it is a pair!)

Question is when this madness will stop. According to dealers there is no end to the popularity of sneakers. (Nobody learned anything from internet bubbles and tulipmania yet?)
Well, those boots may be made for walking; these sneakers are made for investment.


[Sorry, couldn't resist it... made this skredch upon the cover of ECCO's shoe magazine...] Original artwork (approx. 22x29cm): plaster and acrylics on cover magazine: 

Friday, November 11, 2016


Twisting...Twesting...Twest Tweet, Tweet Twest... Tweeting tested. (Nailed it!) Now learn about my Twister.

[Decided to change my short descriptions / postcard tales, whatever you may call them, into Twitter friendly illustrations with a few, yet limited number of, words. I'll try to write an 'old fashioned' skredch every week though.Quite a twist huh?]
Original artwork: plaster and acrylics on cardboard, approx. 22x29cm.

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