Thursday, April 30, 2015

TR 909

The best drum machine ever made. Combines analog drums with hats, crash and ride sampled at a rate of 90 kHz. 
A little girl at my school asked for a cat. She liked the military style 808 cat I made and loves pink. The only number I could think on is the 909-er. Instead of TR, I used the first letters of her name and also her name in written in Katakana, so this cat is pretty much personalized. 

 And she wanted a lantern...
"Tech-Riddim", Acryl on canvas, 10 x 10 cm, 2015

Tuesday, April 28, 2015


Mini Old Bob on wood. He's painted on a small piece of spare wood. Old Bob seems very wise. He knows the Stars, He knows the moon, he knows the Milky Way (From "The Right Stuff").

"Bob", Acryl on wood, 4 x 4 cm, 2014

Friday, April 24, 2015

Emerald Tiger.

The Emerald Tiger on patrol at night. He's reflecting environmental light, which gives him a beautiful glow in the dark.

"Glowing Emerald Tiger", acryl on Canvas, 15 x 15 cm, 2014

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Shifty Pete.

For our school play, we needed a "Mondrain" for one of the scenes. The story of the play took place in a Dutch Museum. It looked simple, but it was three days work, with quite some frustration (different types of paint were used, but after some problems, I bought several tubes of acryl paint to work much faster). I had the idea to paint this cat direct after the play, but it took me some months to get me to it. 

My painting crew.

One of Bram's class mates came over to our house when I was Painting and said: "Ah, a Pete Mondrian". I never stood still by he fact his first name was Pete. As the cat has a shifted Mondrian scheme, I thought "Shifty Pete" would be a proper name. 

"Shifty Pete", Acryl on Canvas, 10 x 10 cm, 2015