Paris. Visited the city a few weeks ago, saw this collection of old cast iron statues in the antiques part of the flea market of Porte de Clignancourt.
Stutz Blackhawk 1971. I drew this rare car on a vintage car meeting in Heerlen (NL). It’s one of those cars that you just have to admire for it’s totally-over-the-top design. To prove my case: Elvis bought the first one. Whatever happened to the Stutz brand anyway?
An insulation producing plant in Sofia Loka, Slovenija. Stone is melted (1700 degrees) in the steel Cupola, the fluid stone falls on the spinners (fast rotating wheels), and the resulting fibers fall on a conveyor belt. I could only make the pen drawing on location: heat, wind and noise. Added colour later.
Experimenting with brushpens, permanent and non-perm ink. I used the famous picture of the sinking of the USS west Virginia.
My backgarden. This is an entry to a moleskine exchange theme: “I made a walk”; I walked through my garden and sketched what I saw.
The cats are called Marsha and Yana, I would have drawn the goldfish as well, had Yana not eaten them last week.
London, streetmarket in Portobello road. You’ll find anything here, from cheap clothes to chinese bling-bling.
London, just off Oxford street, after long walks and shopping, we found this nice, cool park; Soho square. Drawing made while relaxing on the grass. You wouldn’t expect this kind of Dickens stuff in the centre of Londen…
London, backside of a series of houses, just behind Westminster Abbey. Look at the elaborate plumbing!
London, Speakers Corner, each sunday morning in Hyde park. Anyone can stand on a stool and give a speach on his sometimes very radical opinions. But he will often be confronted with an audience willing to debate (and making fun of) everything. 2 pages of sketches I made while listening to the hot discussions.