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The Road to Rabat

Last june our friends from Habbekrats celebrated the release of their first movie Rabat. During the shoot, Dutch photographer Dennis Duijnhouwer traveled with the crew, all the way from the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain into Morocco to document this beautiful story, and to… [ Continue reading ]

When We Were Young

Thanks to GF Smith I’ve met Cari Vuong, a vietnam born, raised in Hong Kong and Upstate New York photographer. We just finished a job for Joolz where we worked together to build a stand where New York will meet the fantasy world… [ Continue reading ]

It’s Better in the Wind

This october The Revival Tour will cross Europe and visit Amsterdam the 4th of october. Chuck Ragan, folk/punk artist and team member of The Revival Tour, supplied the soundtrack for the upcoming It’s Better In The Wind 2011 movie. Again an amazing road… [ Continue reading ]

Won Hundred by James Pfaff

A few days ago Danish brand Won Hundred opened an exhibition showing this years new Autumn and Winter collection at the Outside World Gallery in London. In a specially curated selection of images by British photographer James Pfaff the exhibition breaks free from the traditional ‘Lookbook’ to … [ Continue reading ]

Odo Yakuza Tokyo

Last week we were tipped by Anneke, our Journal de Nîmes contributor from Tokyo, about this amazing book. Years ago, photographer Anton and his brother Malik Kusters met a member of the Yakuza, the Tokyo maffia. From that day Anton started following them. Highly unusual for… [ Continue reading ]

Where They Create

Over the past 20 years our friend Paul Barbera photographed all the studios of people whose work he loves and whose space he likes. Over the past years he published the stories on his blog Where They Create and now, finaly, he’ll release his first book, published by… [ Continue reading ]

Havana Fight Club

Achim Lippoth shot this beautiful series of pictures and short movie in the ‘Rafael Trejo Boxing Gym’ for Kid’s Wear issue 33. The Rafael Trejo Boxing Gym is one of the oldest boxing clubs in Cuba where local kids from 8-11 years… [ Continue reading ]

Michael Schmidt

I found out about Michael Schmidt and his fantastic photography and short movies thru the Belgium denim label Eat Dust (available at Tenue de Nîmes). Endless road trips on bikes, literally eating dust and catching up with all the mayor bike builders of the… [ Continue reading ]


Taylor Holland, a designer and photographer from Oklahoma currently based in Paris, made this crazy series of pictures of the tourist buses visiting Paris. Love these retro colors, air-brushed pictures and 80’s stripes and shapes. (Via Fontanel)… [ Continue reading ]

Some Place

Love this nice blog Someplace: a showcase of contemporary photography by emerging and established photographers from around the world. Above the beautiful series of pictures ‘And Then’ by Jo Metson Scott in collaboration with Nicola Yeoman, as featured on Someplace. [ Continue reading ]


Love this set of images on Flickr. All the amazing books, libraries, studios, houses and cabinets in one place… What’s better than a house filled with books?… [ Continue reading ]

Project Smallholder – Take 1

My good friend and former classmate Ravi started a few years ago, growing organic vegetables on his own acre in the centre of the Netherlands selling the harvest on the market in Utrecht. He always complained about the quality of todays work boots so we decided to support him with… [ Continue reading ]


The last 24 hours of the very inspiring exhibition Antiphotojournalism, an exhibition on the change in photojournalism today in the Amsterdam museum for photography Foam, will be taken over by a group of speakers, bloggers and artists. Coup is an event organized by Foam Lab and… [ Continue reading ]


Finally, my bike is fixed. Not fixed as in single speed, but the derailleur is on the right place, not between the spokes. The chain is straight instead of a weird kind of twisted like a washed denim and it looks like I can hit the road again. Time to… [ Continue reading ]

Joe Nigel Coleman

Today’s Flickr find: Beautiful poetic and dreamy multi-exposed images by the young and upcoming Australian photographer Joe Nigel Coleman. Images that echo seemingly endless summers, ongoing journeys and tender moments. Enjoy it all at his flickr-, portfolio– and tumblr site. [ Continue reading ]

La Ruta del Peregrino

Another wonderful project shot by my brother. La Ruta del Peregrino (Pilgrim’s Route). A group of 7 designers, artist and architects created several shelters, viewpoints and sanctuaries along the route. It’s a walk of 117 kilometers through the mountain range of Jalisco, starting in the town… [ Continue reading ]


The passenger steps onto the overcast deck and remembers a line. Soft was the sun. The wind to his back, he is facing the stern and an endless trail of thoughts drifting away from him towards the horizon. He wants no words, only to enjoy the delicate anticipation of a… [ Continue reading ]


A new publication by Lay Flat: DUNE by Dutch photographer Misha de Ridder. "Somewhere in densely populated Holland exists a twilight zone where it is possible to travel in time: a small strip of dunes separating polder and sea, just a twenty minute drive from the city of Amsterdam." In DUNE, Misha de Ridder unveils natural scenes so estranged and mysterious that they could be described as unreal realities. [ Continue reading ]

Vedi Napoli e poi muori

At the end of 2010 Dutch graphic designer Jeroen Pruijt moved to Naples. He started a photographic journal, sharing his love for this city thru his analog pictures taken with an old Rollei 35.
In his words, '...Naples could be considered as chaotic, with cars and motorbikes racing around the city not paying attention to traffic lights. She could also be seen as corrupt or dangerous by some, but one thing that Naples could never be considered, is boring. Yes there is a dark side, but the bright side is overwhelming. In Naples the 'good' and 'bad' contrast each other to such an extreme, it's breathtaking.' A contrast that reflects in his beautiful images. [ Continue reading ]

These Woods

The beauty of burned wood! The Canadian photographer Troy Moth has always been fascinated by fire, and by what’s left. ‘…it’s the morning after a night outdoors, when I return to the charred remains of what had previously been a bright and welcoming light, that I’m most curious… [ Continue reading ]

Marcus Palmqvist

I wrote about Marcus Palmqvist before but stumbled upon his work again and just need to share it. The crazy weightlessness movements of the models, almost like they're floating in a storm, just like he mentioned in a short interview online: …the world going to end 'with a colourful, smokefilled and amazingly beautiful big explosion.' Love it! [ Continue reading ]

The Life Adventurous

Another great find on flickr today. The work of Robin Mellway. There’s not much information out there, but the pictures speaks for themselves – beautiful – and all shot on 35mm, 120mm and Polaroid films. Make sure you keep an eye on him, and subscribe his… [ Continue reading ]