FLORARIUM TEMPORUM/in Design, Fashion, Model, Studio /door admin
FLOWERS IN WATER/in Design, Fashion, Model, Studio /door
FACES OF THE WORLD/in Design, Fashion, Model, Studio /door
FACES OF THE WORLD
Miljoenen gezichten op deze wereld. Waarachter verschillende karakters, ethnische achtergronden en geschiedenis schuilen. Maar wie vertegenwoordigt de universele taal van ons zijn? En wat verbindt ons ondanks deze grote verschillen?
Voor dit werk raakte ik geïnspireerd door de grote meesterwerken binnen de kunst, zoals vaak in mijn fotografie het geval is. Kunst is een taal die wij als mens al eeuwen begrijpen. Die ons raakt, verbind, aankijkt en zonder woorden communiceert.
Faces of the World is een serie waarin de meest bekend kunstwerken van de wereld vertaald zijn naar (beauty) portretten. Deze werken vertalen de gezichten van de wereld in al zijn diepte, schoonheid, bewegingen en emotie. Kunstwerken die iedereen kent, waar een ieder mee opgevoed wordt en die ons blijven verbinden door de tijd.
Millions of faces in the world. Behind them are many different characters, ethnical backgrounds and history hidden. But who represents the universal language of our being? And what connects us despite our differences?
Like in most of my photography work I got my inspiration from the big masterpieces from art for this project. Art is a language that we humans understand since centuries. One that touches us, connects, looks at us and communicates without words.
‘Faces of the world’ is a series in which the most well-known pieces of art are translated into (beauty) portraits. These works translate the faces of the world in all their depth, beauty, movement and emotion. Art that is known by all, that’s in everyone’s education and that keeps us connected through time.
LIJDENSLUST/in Design, Fashion, Model, Studio /door
SINGLE PORTRAITS/in Design, Fashion, Model, Studio /door
CHECKPOINT EINDHOVEN/in Design, Fashion, Model, Studio /door
What if we were never liberated? Checkpoint Charlie was the control post on the border between the American and the Russian zone in Berlin. The portraits of Eindhoven citizens in their current jobs and the jobs they would have had when Eindhoven had not been liberated and we would still be under nazi occupation. Which jobs would people have? Would they still be a rapper, an artist or an entrepeneur? Or would they be in the army, be working at a factory or would they be unoccupied?
This project was carried out for Eindhoven Museum. The portrets show Eveline Wu, Nacho Carbonell, Huub Smit, Piet Bergman, Angelique Spaninks, DJ La Fuente, Isaac Habtemichael, Bjorn van der Doelen, Elphi Nelissen, Henk Krol and Lenny Kuhr.
Divided Portrait/in Classic, Fashion, Model, Special, Studio Work /door
This divided portrait is inspired by the 18th-century paintings and the way of showing photography on social media (e.g. Instagram) these days. Every section has its own story. Sometimes one image is divided over a different posts on Instagram. This is how the idea was born for a sectioned portrait like this: the human body in different sections.
Spirits of the Sea/in Classic, Model, Studio Work /door
SPIRITS OF THE SEA
Spirits of the Sea is based on a 17th century mythic story of the Flying Dutchman. Within these series I captured the feelings of the women behind the men who sailed around the world. The women who were waiting at home for their husbands to return. This project was commissioned by The Flying Dutch Festival.
The making of Sectie-C/in Design, Stillife, Studio Work /door
Jewelry by Miriam van Eck/in Design, Fashion, Model, Studio /door
JEWELRY BY MIRIAM VAN ECK
This seventeen pieces of jewelry are designed by Miriam van Eck in collaboration with Seismologist. They and inspired by the earthquakes in the Groningen region. I captured that feeling in a serie of photographs.