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    Samuel Turner

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    Samuel Turner Hero girl Samuel Turner (1974) lives near Brisbane Australia. After finishing College Samuel was employed in a merchant's office. This job gave him the opportunity to travel outside Australia. Inspired by the Michael J. Leahy explorations into the highland of New Guinea (1930's) Samuel developed a romantic fascination for other cultures. Several expeditions led him to the heartland of Papua new Guinea and the San tribes in Namibia and the Central Kalahari region in Botswana. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Samuel Turner

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    Samuel Turner Hero boy 2 Samuel Turner (1974) lives near Brisbane Australia. After finishing College Samuel was employed in a merchant's office. This job gave him the opportunity to travel outside Australia. Inspired by the Michael J. Leahy explorations into the highland of New Guinea (1930's) Samuel developed a romantic fascination for other cultures. Several expeditions led him to the heartland of Papua new Guinea and the San tribes in Namibia and the Central Kalahari region in Botswana. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Erik Hijweege

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    Erik Hijweege The Weighing house Amsterdam Erik Hijweege (1963) worked as an advertising agency strategist for twelve years before deciding in 1998 to follow his heart and become a photographer. Since then he has been working on commission and producing personal work. In 2004 he published 'Noir'. In 2012 the Netherlands photographed as a miniature took centre stage in his book Holland. Since 2003 Hijweege has been using the 19th century wet plate collodion process for his personal work. In October 2014 he published his first book of collodion positives 'Een eigen gezicht'. Endangered species frozen in ice to reserve them for the future was the subject matter for the Endangered book. This was published in November 2014. Erik is Passionate about traveling and photographing the beauty of the world. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Dave Ball

    Dave Ball Tricky Position In the summer of 1971, Dave Ball was one of 80 musicians who answered an ad in the British music weekly Melody Maker to replace the Procol Harum lead guitarist, Robin Trower. "When I got there, they were very tired. It was quite obvious they'd seen too many guitar players. We played some R&B, some blues-type rock'n'roll, and then we went through a couple of their songs," Ball later said about his successful audition. "They said that I was the only guitarist who had 'just played' as opposed to 'played along'." Issued the following year, the ambitious concert recording successfully merged progressive rock and classical music and became the band's best-selling album. As well as an inspired rendition of "A Salty Dog" and the suite "In Held 'Twas in I" – featuring some sterling work by Ball – it contained a superlative version of "Conquistador", which charted internationally and reinvigorated the career of the group forever synonymous with the epochal Summer of Love single "A Whiter Shade of Pale". Ball enjoyed himself on tour with Procol, particularly in the US, but quit in September 1972 as they neared completion on their next studio album, Grand Hotel. "I left Procol because I was bored with it," he told Melody Maker at the time. "There were only so many ideas I could put into that style." If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
  • Tea time in the old WestKL
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    Dave Ball

    Dave Ball Tea Time in the old West In the summer of 1971, Dave Ball was one of 80 musicians who answered an ad in the British music weekly Melody Maker to replace the Procol Harum lead guitarist, Robin Trower. "When I got there, they were very tired. It was quite obvious they'd seen too many guitar players. We played some R&B, some blues-type rock'n'roll, and then we went through a couple of their songs," Ball later said about his successful audition. "They said that I was the only guitarist who had 'just played' as opposed to 'played along'." Issued the following year, the ambitious concert recording successfully merged progressive rock and classical music and became the band's best-selling album. As well as an inspired rendition of "A Salty Dog" and the suite "In Held 'Twas in I" – featuring some sterling work by Ball – it contained a superlative version of "Conquistador", which charted internationally and reinvigorated the career of the group forever synonymous with the epochal Summer of Love single "A Whiter Shade of Pale". Ball enjoyed himself on tour with Procol, particularly in the US, but quit in September 1972 as they neared completion on their next studio album, Grand Hotel. "I left Procol because I was bored with it," he told Melody Maker at the time. "There were only so many ideas I could put into that style." If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Dave Ball

    Dave Ball Ladies Rude Parts In the summer of 1971, Dave Ball was one of 80 musicians who answered an ad in the British music weekly Melody Maker to replace the Procol Harum lead guitarist, Robin Trower. "When I got there, they were very tired. It was quite obvious they'd seen too many guitar players. We played some R&B, some blues-type rock'n'roll, and then we went through a couple of their songs," Ball later said about his successful audition. "They said that I was the only guitarist who had 'just played' as opposed to 'played along'." Issued the following year, the ambitious concert recording successfully merged progressive rock and classical music and became the band's best-selling album. As well as an inspired rendition of "A Salty Dog" and the suite "In Held 'Twas in I" – featuring some sterling work by Ball – it contained a superlative version of "Conquistador", which charted internationally and reinvigorated the career of the group forever synonymous with the epochal Summer of Love single "A Whiter Shade of Pale". Ball enjoyed himself on tour with Procol, particularly in the US, but quit in September 1972 as they neared completion on their next studio album, Grand Hotel. "I left Procol because I was bored with it," he told Melody Maker at the time. "There were only so many ideas I could put into that style." If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
  • Just hanging aroundKL
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    Dave Ball

    Dave Ball Hanging around In the summer of 1971, Dave Ball was one of 80 musicians who answered an ad in the British music weekly Melody Maker to replace the Procol Harum lead guitarist, Robin Trower. "When I got there, they were very tired. It was quite obvious they'd seen too many guitar players. We played some R&B, some blues-type rock'n'roll, and then we went through a couple of their songs," Ball later said about his successful audition. "They said that I was the only guitarist who had 'just played' as opposed to 'played along'." Issued the following year, the ambitious concert recording successfully merged progressive rock and classical music and became the band's best-selling album. As well as an inspired rendition of "A Salty Dog" and the suite "In Held 'Twas in I" – featuring some sterling work by Ball – it contained a superlative version of "Conquistador", which charted internationally and reinvigorated the career of the group forever synonymous with the epochal Summer of Love single "A Whiter Shade of Pale". Ball enjoyed himself on tour with Procol, particularly in the US, but quit in September 1972 as they neared completion on their next studio album, Grand Hotel. "I left Procol because I was bored with it," he told Melody Maker at the time. "There were only so many ideas I could put into that style." If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Aleksander Willemse

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    Aleksander Willemse Room with a view, French view 30 Aleksander Willemse (1968) graduated 'cum laude' from the Photo Academy Amsterdam in 2010. Since then he won and got nominated for several photo prices like TPAA 2010 and 2011, de Fotoprijs and PANL. His work is exhibited in several musea and on national and international photo festivals like Noorderlicht, GRID Amsterdam and Photo Festival Naarden. The work of Aleksander has its origin in the advertising business, it was there where he was spreading the faith in the strength of a supermarket, the status of a car and the financial gain of a bank. For Aleksander the advertising maker is the Michelangelo of the 20th century, faith as the best marketed product in the history of mankind. His personal work 'sells' a different view at things in life. And it is all up to yourself wether you are open for it or not. Although it is not focused on hard sales, it is not less commercial. It does not necessarily provide a good feeling. The work is usually highly stylized and clean designed. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Aleksander Willemse

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    Aleksander Willemse Room with a view, Norwegian view 1 Aleksander Willemse (1968) graduated 'cum laude' from the Photo Academy Amsterdam in 2010. Since then he won and got nominated for several photo prices like TPAA 2010 and 2011, de Fotoprijs and PANL. His work is exhibited in several musea and on national and international photo festivals like Noorderlicht, GRID Amsterdam and Photo Festival Naarden. The work of Aleksander has its origin in the advertising business, it was there where he was spreading the faith in the strength of a supermarket, the status of a car and the financial gain of a bank. For Aleksander the advertising maker is the Michelangelo of the 20th century, faith as the best marketed product in the history of mankind. His personal work 'sells' a different view at things in life. And it is all up to yourself wether you are open for it or not. Although it is not focused on hard sales, it is not less commercial. It does not necessarily provide a good feeling. The work is usually highly stylized and clean designed. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Aleksander Willemse

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    Aleksander Willemse Room with a view, Dutch view 1 Aleksander Willemse (1968) graduated 'cum laude' from the Photo Academy Amsterdam in 2010. Since then he won and got nominated for several photo prices like TPAA 2010 and 2011, de Fotoprijs and PANL. His work is exhibited in several musea and on national and international photo festivals like Noorderlicht, GRID Amsterdam and Photo Festival Naarden. The work of Aleksander has its origin in the advertising business, it was there where he was spreading the faith in the strength of a supermarket, the status of a car and the financial gain of a bank. For Aleksander the advertising maker is the Michelangelo of the 20th century, faith as the best marketed product in the history of mankind. His personal work 'sells' a different view at things in life. And it is all up to yourself wether you are open for it or not. Although it is not focused on hard sales, it is not less commercial. It does not necessarily provide a good feeling. The work is usually highly stylized and clean designed. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Aleksander Willemse

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    Aleksander Willemse Room with a view, French view 1 Aleksander Willemse (1968) graduated 'cum laude' from the Photo Academy Amsterdam in 2010. Since then he won and got nominated for several photo prices like TPAA 2010 and 2011, de Fotoprijs and PANL. His work is exhibited in several musea and on national and international photo festivals like Noorderlicht, GRID Amsterdam and Photo Festival Naarden. The work of Aleksander has its origin in the advertising business, it was there where he was spreading the faith in the strength of a supermarket, the status of a car and the financial gain of a bank. For Aleksander the advertising maker is the Michelangelo of the 20th century, faith as the best marketed product in the history of mankind. His personal work 'sells' a different view at things in life. And it is all up to yourself wether you are open for it or not. Although it is not focused on hard sales, it is not less commercial. It does not necessarily provide a good feeling. The work is usually highly stylized and clean designed. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Aleksander Willemse

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    Aleksander Willemse Room with a view, Dutch view 5 Aleksander Willemse (1968) graduated 'cum laude' from the Photo Academy Amsterdam in 2010. Since then he won and got nominated for several photo prices like TPAA 2010 and 2011, de Fotoprijs and PANL. His work is exhibited in several musea and on national and international photo festivals like Noorderlicht, GRID Amsterdam and Photo Festival Naarden. The work of Aleksander has its origin in the advertising business, it was there where he was spreading the faith in the strength of a supermarket, the status of a car and the financial gain of a bank. For Aleksander the advertising maker is the Michelangelo of the 20th century, faith as the best marketed product in the history of mankind. His personal work 'sells' a different view at things in life. And it is all up to yourself wether you are open for it or not. Although it is not focused on hard sales, it is not less commercial. It does not necessarily provide a good feeling. The work is usually highly stylized and clean designed. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Aleksander Willemse

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    Aleksander Willemse Room with a view, Dutch view 3 Aleksander Willemse (1968) graduated 'cum laude' from the Photo Academy Amsterdam in 2010. Since then he won and got nominated for several photo prices like TPAA 2010 and 2011, de Fotoprijs and PANL. His work is exhibited in several musea and on national and international photo festivals like Noorderlicht, GRID Amsterdam and Photo Festival Naarden. The work of Aleksander has its origin in the advertising business, it was there where he was spreading the faith in the strength of a supermarket, the status of a car and the financial gain of a bank. For Aleksander the advertising maker is the Michelangelo of the 20th century, faith as the best marketed product in the history of mankind. His personal work 'sells' a different view at things in life. And it is all up to yourself wether you are open for it or not. Although it is not focused on hard sales, it is not less commercial. It does not necessarily provide a good feeling. The work is usually highly stylized and clean designed. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Aleksander Willemse

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    Aleksander Willemse Room with a view, Dutch view 2 Aleksander Willemse (1968) graduated 'cum laude' from the Photo Academy Amsterdam in 2010. Since then he won and got nominated for several photo prices like TPAA 2010 and 2011, de Fotoprijs and PANL. His work is exhibited in several musea and on national and international photo festivals like Noorderlicht, GRID Amsterdam and Photo Festival Naarden. The work of Aleksander has its origin in the advertising business, it was there where he was spreading the faith in the strength of a supermarket, the status of a car and the financial gain of a bank. For Aleksander the advertising maker is the Michelangelo of the 20th century, faith as the best marketed product in the history of mankind. His personal work 'sells' a different view at things in life. And it is all up to yourself wether you are open for it or not. Although it is not focused on hard sales, it is not less commercial. It does not necessarily provide a good feeling. The work is usually highly stylized and clean designed. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Aleksander Willemse

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    Aleksander Willemse Room with a view, Carribbean view Aleksander Willemse (1968) graduated 'cum laude' from the Photo Academy Amsterdam in 2010. Since then he won and got nominated for several photo prices like TPAA 2010 and 2011, de Fotoprijs and PANL. His work is exhibited in several musea and on national and international photo festivals like Noorderlicht, GRID Amsterdam and Photo Festival Naarden. The work of Aleksander has its origin in the advertising business, it was there where he was spreading the faith in the strength of a supermarket, the status of a car and the financial gain of a bank. For Aleksander the advertising maker is the Michelangelo of the 20th century, faith as the best marketed product in the history of mankind. His personal work 'sells' a different view at things in life. And it is all up to yourself wether you are open for it or not. Although it is not focused on hard sales, it is not less commercial. It does not necessarily provide a good feeling. The work is usually highly stylized and clean designed. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00