text and image roberto voorbij After Ghost, Ad and MythBusters there are now GumBusters! Spotted at the entrance of gated community in progress, Dutch airport Schiphol. It’s always a bit ambiguous chewing gum patterns on pavements. Meant as freshener of … Continue reading
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image roberto voorbij Freedom, Peace, Knowledge. Artist unknown – Street Art, Amsterdam (2011).
text and image roberto voorbij The Emmen artist Rolf Mulder invites creatives to give their view on “the phenomenon Wilders”. Through an open call with the ambiguous title ‘Capture Wilders’, artists is asked to apply their skill of understanding the … Continue reading