Lately I’ve been interested in bikes on top of bikes. Double bike I mostly call it. Saw one in Berlin last week and somehow they made their way into my mind before that. After some research it seems lot too difficult to make one. Then I also found this short documentary. Fucking Hell, this video style is amazing.
But it got me actually really inspired about Making. Continue reading Hack a Bike, hack a Camera→
The Bright Day Faire in Utrecht was pretty cool. As some called it, a nerd-gathering, with loads of VR-stuff and drones and stuff. Even if most of it was heavy with electronics, the people still liked the Boxolab camera and it’s wooden simplicity. Although I have to admit that many looked into the red goggles and were sad that no 3D image appeared. Continue reading BRIGHT Day with Colin Furze→
During the Dutch Design Week 2016 I had the great opportunity to meet countless visitors. Many were interested and some even fascinated by the Boxolab. The following Portraits are the result of these encounters. It was wonderful to show the the process of making a photo to so many people. This also brought me a lot of practice with the camera. In the end I used the Boxolab for 9 days straight with the result of over 100 exposures. Continue reading Super Analog Photos→
During the Dutch Design Week I was lucky to be interviewed by two Design Academy students. They made this nice video about it. Thank you Gundega Strauberga and Ignacio Albert! Continue reading Interview about Boxolab→
Boxolab is an easy to build camera and at the same time it is a small dark room. You’re developing the photos you take right inside of the camera with chemicals and photo paper. You could also call it an instant camera, but the beauty of the process is actually that it takes time and care to craft a photo. Every photograph is handmade. Continue reading What is Boxolab?→
Presenting at the Dutch Design Week has already been such a great experience. After taking so many pictures and talking about te Boxolab to so many people the meaning of the camera has changed a lot. It’s truely amazing to see people smile when their pictures appears on the photopaper. The product presentation centres around that close interaction with people when they have their pictures taken or look at the video screen to have a look on the inside of the boxolab. I’ve gotten a lot of positive reaction and a lot of new ideas. Thank you so much. 3 more days to go. I’m looking forward to it! Continue reading Graduation Show 2016→
Boxolab is an easy to build camera and at the same time it is a small dark room. You’re developing the photos you take right inside of the camera with chemicals and photo paper. You could also call it an instant camera, but the beauty of the process is actually that it takes time and care to craft a photo. Every photograph is handmade. Continue reading Boxolab→