People that do creative work seldom document the idea flow, they just show the finished product – ta daa, there we have it. But learning how people think is frequently crucial to appreciating their work or their ideas and in fact it’s often the most intriguing part. I interview people every week in my job and while through conversation you can dig into their passion for Spaghetti sculpting or their love of Francis Bacon, what you really need to find out, is how they think and this isn’t always easy.
On this website it’s my ambition to not only display the fruits of my self initiated work (however moldy that may appear) but also how and why I did what I did. Leaving myself partially exposed, showing my stupidity and naivety perhaps, but the know-it-all explorer discovers nothing. Thinking and making in equal moderation as talking and typing text is easy but making things is hard.