vrijdag 9 december 2016

donderdag 8 december 2016

woensdag 7 december 2016

vrijdag 10 juni 2016


 photography for caramel baby and child


When the Festival of Britain opened more than 60 years ago, one of its main exhibits was a complete replica of a typical seafront. As the entry in the Festival’s guidebook explained: “Whenever the British feel the need to relax – either after a heavy week in their industrial cities, or a hard year on the land – they tend to head to the sea.” In the 17th century, it was sold to the great British public as a kind of gigantic medicine bath that could cure everything from leprosy to syphilis.
Ah to be besides the sea. It’s easy, isn’t it, to imbue it with a mythical significance. Every summer we play at its edges: we dig, we read, we run, we eat, but mostly we switch off.
Who wouldn’t agree with the author, Travis Elborough that its allure is visceral or that perhaps every trip to the beach as an adult is an attempt to recapture lost innocence, or at least to feel as carefree as a child.
Aside from recalling salty, sun-drenched holiday memories, it seems it is also the last place where children can roam free.

text credits: caramel baby and child

vrijdag 20 mei 2016

on the blog of caramel baby and child some sweet CPH-memories with irene and pepijn

woensdag 18 mei 2016

photography for kat's handmade with love

zondag 1 mei 2016

sunday thing


zaterdag 30 april 2016


illustration - sold

vrijdag 29 april 2016

donderdag 28 april 2016


illustration - sold