WAT IK (NIET) ZIE

 

wat ik (niet) zie

 

wat ik (niet) zie

 

wat ik (niet) zie

 

wat ik (niet) zie

 

wat ik (niet) zie

 

wat ik (niet) zie

 

wat ik (niet) zie

 

wat ik (niet) zie

 

wat ik (niet) zie

 

wat ik (niet) zie

 

wat ik (niet) zie

 

wat ik (niet) zie

 

What I can(not) see

 

Have a good look! How often have you heard this? But how do you do look? You see with your eyes, but you have a look with your brain. To see is to observe, to have a look is to process what already has been observed. A two-dimensional image enters the retina, but the perception of depth is three-dimensional. To look is not just making a print. The ability to obtain visual information requires a complex mechanism in our brain.

 

Everyone looks at the world in 3D by combining length, width and depth. And still, everyone has his own way to perceive. The world surrounding us attains significance from the images penetrating our senses, and by pattern recognition. Although you sometimes lose form, depth and dimension and you get confused by an unrecognisable object. You are forced to surrender to a fantasy world. Looking at my product design is informative, exciting and inspiring. A creative activity forming its own image. Enjoy...

 

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