It's busy here at Studio Haikje and with what are we so busy? Well with these beauties: our collection window stickers! When you order in january you get 15% off (with the code januari2014)! In 2014 it's time to finally get rid of viewing and create your own unique window with these stickers :-). We make them in our own studio, customized to the size of our clients windows. Unfortunately the website still isn't in English yet (I am so busy that I don't find the time to finalize the translation project, but I keep you posted when it's ready. Sorry we're taking so long), but we do ship to all over Europe and when you have questions just send me an email and I will get back to you. Have a good week!
Monday, January 27, 2014
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Last year at the Dutch Woonbeurs I saw some beautiful photos in the "Woonbeurs houses" from the magazines Eigen Huis & Interieur and More Than Classic. The photos were from the Dutch photographer Bas Meeuws. Since 2010, he has dedicated himself to rejuvenating the traditional and very Dutch genre of flower still life painting through the modern medium of digital photography. With his works, Meeuws intends to add real and timeless beauty to everyday life. Meeuws says: "I hope to instil admiration for nature’s richness with my floral works." Thus, he adds an aspect of contemplation to their sheer beauty. The photographer increased the depth of the experience of beauty in yet another, powerful way. Because his works explicitly draw on seventeenth century still life painting, they entertain strong ties with the history and tradition of art. In all their smooth digital beauty, the photos evoke echoes of the Dutch Golden Age, with its busy mercantilism, its appreciation of tulip bulbs and independence, its exciting art scene. Meeuws confidently plays one time reference against the other. Well I definitely would like to have one of these art pieces in our home, unfortunately they are a little bit above my price range at the moment. But I will keep on dreaming an who knows some day… I will keep you posted :-).