These photographs document different acoustic listening devices developed for the Dutch army as part of air defense systems research between World Wars 1 and 2.
Posts Tagged ‘Holanda’
This second project is called Beukelsblauw and was created in one of the most unseen streets of Rotterdam, by Florentijn Hofman. Adding a layer of blue paint to the housing project quickly turned it into one of the most photographed streets of the entire city. Ohh and by the way, we spotted this baby over at ignant.de.
Scarlett Hooft Graaftland was born in the Netherlands and is currently splitting her time in between Amsterdam and NYC. I really dig these photographs which serve to document her interventions in desert-like locations, as they seem like a contemporar take on the surrealist landscapes of O’Keeffe and Dali. Read the rest of this entry »
Ruud Baan wrote us a couple weeks back from The Netherlands to share with us his very own photo work. His email got us excited as his photographs are top notch. Here then is a set of pics for all of you to feast those eyes on…
Getting ready for a Google Earth flyover, Dutch-born Helmut Smits burnt an 82 x 82cm square on some grass, which represents the exact size of one pixel from an altitude of 1 km. Great work from Smits yet again!