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Amsterdam Light Festival 2014-15

This year’s edition of the Amsterdam Light Festival will include another work by Todd van Hulzen and Studio Louter.  This year we’ve created a projection on the round surface of Renzo Piano’s NEMO Science Center, which people also call the

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Opening of a World of Shapes

World of Shapes is the name of a big, new, permanent exhibition designed by Todd van Hulzen Design at NEMO Science Center in Amsterdam.  Wereld van Vormen, in Dutch, is all about geometry, mathematics and the world we live in.

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Fantastic Floor at NEMO

That marvelous, terrifying moment has arrived for our project at the NEMO Science Center: the first concrete installations are taking place.  No longer a design process in which to endlessly vacillate between possibilities, we now have incontrovertible real objects being

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Trailer for Michiel de Ruyter

Here’s the trailer for the historical epic film Michiel de Ruyter for which I did some projects.No lack of flying wood chips and clouds of gunpowder here! See previous posts on the Stern of the Royal Charles and the Corpses of the

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The Corpses of the Brothers De Witt

Another sculpture assignment I received from the production of the film “Michiel de Ruyter” was to recreate the cruelly lynched bodies of the brothers De Witt, a prominent Dutch politician from the 16th century and his brother who were attacked

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And the winner is….

Het Geheugenpaleis (Palace of Memory) in the National Archives in the Hague has won the award in the category “Best International Exhibition”.  We jaunted off to London on a lark to be there when the winners were announced, and were

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6. Scans from Colling’s Gothic Ornaments

Todd van Hulzen shares scans and files from his own archive
Title: Plates from Colling’s Gothic Ornaments, vols. I & II
Author: James Kellaway Colling (1816 – 1905)
Subject: Gothic Architectural ornaments
Year: 1847
Beautiful gothic tracery, florets, bosses, pinnacles, etc.

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