'Meet Your Microbes' by Part of a Bigger Plan | Yellowtrace

Video // Meet your Microbes by Part of a Bigger Plan.

For most people, the idea that our bodies are covered in trillions of tiny microbes is kind of gross. Hoping to make the invisible visible and shed light on the useful nature of these micro-organisms, a film for the new Micropia Museum in...
Surreal Portraits by Aisha Zeijpveld | Yellowtrace

Surreal Portraits by Aisha Zeijpveld.

Aisha Zeijpveld is an Amsterdam-based photographer with an exciting portfolio of conceptual portraiture. A balance of naked reality and distinct surrealism is extensive throughout her works, featuring soft coloured backdrops with...
Random Studio's Amsterdam Office designed by X+L Sutdio | Yellowtrace

Random Studio Amsterdam Office Designed by X+L.

When it comes to super beautiful workplace interiors, it seriously doesn't get much better than this. This is the sort of project that makes me get all hot and sweaty under my lady collar, with seriously impure thoughts running through my...
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As Good As New pop-up shop by i29 // Amsterdam.

Well isn't this just a little bit clever? You're looking at a pop-up shop for a second hand Dutch furniture brand As Good As New. Located in one of Amsterdam's super-cool fashion stores SPRMRKT (who's owner clearly isn't a fan of vowels),...
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Still Life Photography by Arjan Benning.

I have extreme love for these deliciously inspiring and visually arresting images by Dutch photographer Arjan Benning. His work is both subtle and striking, at times crossing the boundaries between photography and fine art. In particular,...
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Red Bull HQ in Amsterdam | Sid Lee Architecture.

As a practicing interior designer, one of my personal pet-hates are over the top, tricked-up, gimmicky workplaces that try too hard and look outdated from the moment they are conceived. Yuck! Unfortunately I come across far too many...