Then and now

Watercolor

then-and-now

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A tribute to Halloween 1938

In the night of Halloween 1938, Orson Welles broadcasted the novel the “War of the Worlds” by H.G. Wells on radio causing mass panic with listeners believing in a actual Martian alien invasion. I always start my classes on Media Psychology with this story.

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Watercolor inspired by the Art of Isuri.

Summer vacations part 2

In this blog entry, I will tell you a bit more about my (almost already forgotten) summer holidays. And if you want to read more about what I did this summer, find the first part here.

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After the trip to Germany, we took a plain to Spain. This time, and in order to avoid the problems of a crowded and very messy airport (yes, I am speaking about Schiphol and yes, it is overcrowded and messy since they cut in personal), we decided to flight via a very small airport. In my experience, the process was not only a lot easier but people at the airport were also a lot friendlier and much more helpful than in Schiphol.

Spain was basically “hot” so I mainly used the time there to rest and recover from the hard working year. I eat lots of watermelon and had the traditional second breakfast in the terraces of my parents village.

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Back at home, I used the free time to continue learning (or should I say messing?) with watercolors and reading books about visual thinking and illustration.

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