world silence

Isa Genzken’s world receivers (Weltempfänger) made of concrete. On show at her retrospective named Mach Dich Hübsch! until March 6, 2016 at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

body of air

Corpo d’Aria by Piero Manzoni. In 1960 Piero Manzoni produced a number of multiples to humorously challenge the nature of an art object. The idea was that the balloon would be blown up by it’s owner by which his/her breath was elevated to the status of artwork. For a higher price the artist would inflate the balloon himself. To be seen at the exhibition ZERO: Let Us Explore the Stars, until November 8, 2015 at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.

urban camping

Always wanted to sleep in something unusual? In Amsterdam you can have an art-sleep-experience at the UrbanCampsite Amsterdam. Objects to sleep in with names like Trampotent,  Bedbug and Kite Cabin. In the middle of the campsite there is the Tribal Toilet Tower by Atelier van Lieshout. A self-sufficient installation with septic tanks, showers, toilets, and a self-watering system for plants. This summer until the end of August you can book your fun room via Airbnb.

for gentlemen only

Window shopping in Amsterdam… A man’s doll face with next to it a card advertising a cellebrated nude dancer. Soltanto per Signori!

man doll

have a ball


Twilight zone moment at Ikea with this monochrome ball pit.

amsterdam indigo

amsterdam sky

End of a winter day, a non-photoshopped night sky over Amsterdam.

three is a crowd

Apartments in Amsterdam with balconies for 1, 2 or 3 persons.

modern shed

A glass window instead of a garage door to show off your favorite motorino. Found in Amsterdam, Edmond Halleylaan (yes, the guy from the comet).



crispy duck


I ran into this imperial stormtrooper this weekend at the Adidas store, Amsterdam. Now, I can buy myself an original pair of Luke Skywalkers.

lucky cat

pile houses

Keep your feet dry in these pile houses in IJburg, Waterbuurt West, Amsterdam.