Red Reflections

Background: silhouette of a wind turbine, Water-colour silhouette of a Nordex N100, photographic reference. Created 23rd May 2016, 21:51 CET at Eindhoven Airport. Date of turbine erection: May 2016. Location: A58, Oirschot. Satellite view: the above turbine whilst still under construction. Location: A58, Oirschot Approximate date: April 2016 Lucky to be Alive 4th November 2016– […]

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How many horsemen of the apocalypse does it take to change a lightbulb above a billion people’s heads?

Millions upon millions of kids LOVE my work, yet I never get or see any recognition for it. Why is that? It’s cos I’m awesome! I unfortunately had to delete my ancient & old YouTube channel with 600K views of a song which I wrote when I was a kid when I legally changed my […]

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Beyond Jupiter

Through the worm hole Artwork, this is a complimentary piece referencing Gravity Assist, NASA Juno and JunoCam artworks. Open in fullscreen for the full effect. Download link provided below image. Download This is a stereogram. Let your eyes relax until the gravity hits 🙂 it’ll pop right out. Earlier Stages Mission Success! This is exactly […]

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Test (work in progress) 9m11s

How to build a Wormhole of thought. Obligatory project screenshot Meanwhile… Dropped my iPad Pro from like, 30cm! The IPad Pro weighs a bit and fell out of its case at the worst possible moment. The case is not really to blame- it already took some damage and has been “repaired” a few tines with […]

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Back on Air

Got my ham radio license sorted out finally, years of waiting to get all the legal side of a complete identity update done, government paperwork, passports, drivers licenses (for weed ¯\_(ツ)_/¯). Meanwhile, enjoy the view from “the chair” in the first image up top to see something like this at Eindhoven airport. Silly buggers. Always […]

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