Koen Vlecken

Andnand & Ornor (!) by Gary Larson-influenced Dutch cartoonist Mark Retera.

Andnand & Ornor (!) by Gary Larson-influenced Dutch cartoonist Mark Retera.

3 months ago

CGI, not a photograph. Hyper-realistically rendered by Michał Nowak, Crown House is a residence designed by 81.WAW.PL from Warsaw, Poland.

CGI, not a photograph. Hyper-realistically rendered by Michał Nowak, Crown House is a residence designed by 81.WAW.PL from Warsaw, Poland.

3 months ago

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade by Elliott Erwitt, 1988.

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade by Elliott Erwitt, 1988.

4 months ago

Sauceress: receptionist at the General Motors Technical Center, Warren, Michigan; architect Eero Saarinen, 1956 (via Shorpy.com).

Sauceress: receptionist at the General Motors Technical Center, Warren, Michigan; architect Eero Saarinen, 1956 (via Shorpy.com).

4 months ago

The Honda S660 concept shown at the current Tokyo Motor Show is going into production. According to TopGear.co.uk so called K cars — or kei jidosha — are exempt from US and European crash test legislation and that is why this little kart-like Honda won’t come to Europe. Which is odd, since I remember the equally small Daihatsu Copen being on display (and on sale) at the Brussels Car Show some years ago.

The Honda S660 concept shown at the current Tokyo Motor Show is going into production. According to TopGear.co.uk so called K cars — or kei jidosha — are exempt from US and European crash test legislation and that is why this little kart-like Honda won’t come to Europe. Which is odd, since I remember the equally small Daihatsu Copen being on display (and on sale) at the Brussels Car Show some years ago.

4 months ago

Finnish photographer Perttu Saksa, a portrait photographer by trade, was appalled when traveling in Jakarta he caught sight of macaque monkeys that had been forced into roles as street performers. He photographed the monkeys in character; often clad in dolls’ masks and children’s clothes, conveying an eerie spirit.

Finnish photographer Perttu Saksa, a portrait photographer by trade, was appalled when traveling in Jakarta he caught sight of macaque monkeys that had been forced into roles as street performers. He photographed the monkeys in character; often clad in dolls’ masks and children’s clothes, conveying an eerie spirit.

5 months ago