The iPad King

Yesterday I won the first and only prize in a competition for making the best portrait of King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands. Fifty other entrants had send in their works of art. The jury consisted of important art ‘connaisseurs’. The King’s Governor presented the award. It is a big honor for me.

Yesterday I won the first and only prize in a competition for making the best portrait of King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands. Fifty other entrants had send in their works of art. The jury consisted of important art ‘connaisseurs’. The King’s Governor presented the award. It is a big honor for me.

iPad sketch

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The eye of the King

Contributing to a special project in The Hague I have sketched a portrait of ​​our Dutch king. The portrait is composed of 40 iPad. drawings. This fragment of his eye is one of the drawings. Next week the entire drawing will be exhibited. Look at ‘the making of the eye

Contributing to a special project in The Hague I have sketched a portrait of ​​our Dutch king. The portrait is composed of 40 iPad. drawings. This fragment of his eye is one of the drawings. Next week the entire drawing will be exhibited.

iPad sketch

Candle offerings

Vietnamese burn thin candles in the small Ngoc Son Temple in Hanoi, which is dedicated to General Tran Hung Dao (who defeated the Mongols in the 13th century), La To (patron saint of physicians), and the scholar Van Xuong.

Vietnamese burn thin candles in the small Ngoc Son Temple in Hanoi, which is dedicated to General Tran Hung Dao (who defeated the Mongols in the 13th century), La To (patron saint of physicians), and the scholar Van Xuong.eine Ngoc Son Temple in Hanoi, die is gewijd aan generaal Tran Hung Dao (die de Mongolen in de 13e eeuw versloeg), La To (patroonheilige van artsen), en de geleerde Van Xuong.

iPad sketch