Vandebron for KesselsKramer

Commissioned by KesselsKramer I made portraits for Vandebron: The best energy comes directly from the source.
Vandebron is a new Dutch marketplace for clean energy who connect users directly with a local energy source (farmers and business owners) and cut out the need for a middleman in the form of large energy corporations.

_MG_7486_MG_7129Jaap and Feikje. Wind energy source.

_MG_7710_MG_7660Gerard and Monique. Wind energy source.

_MG_8511_MG_8460Peter and Tejon. Solar energy source.

vandebron_MG_9101Peter van Roij. Residual heat from Houtindustrie Schijndel (timber industry), energy source.

_MG_9280Roeivereeniging Willem III (rowing union). Energy consumer (at Peter van Roij).

The heart grows fonder

The heart grows fonder - Rick Hekman 01
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ZINE I made during FORMAT International Photography Festival 2015 at the Miniclick Photography Talks event.
Click here for there website.

New photobook: 7 Hoog

Embroidery, tea towels, a mysterious box, nail polish and an excavator. These are all elements from photos I made from people, and situations that occurred at the same location in public spaces. The composition of these photos is forming my new photobook: 7 Hoog.

Saturday 3rd of May 15:00 I will present 7 Hoog at Rijswijkseplein 441 in The Hague, The Netherlands. Everybody is welcome.
Please contact me if you want more information about this booklaunch.

The book will come in an edition of 200 and costs €19,95.
Of this there will be 10 available as a special edition. The special edition costs €125,-.

For those who can’t wait for the book launch can pre-order 7 Hoog on my website.
Click here for direct access and watch a preview.

This publication is made possible by:
Stroom Den Haag.
Het Materiaalfonds voor Beeldende Kunst en Vormgeving.

Rick Hekman - 7 Hoog 01

F Book Show in Tokyo

The F Book Show in Tokyo begins today March 26th at TOKYO INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY (T.I.P/72Gallery).
There my ‘Smile!’ photobook will be shown by photobookshow :

For my website someone from Japan translated some text in ‘casual’ Japanese.
Thank you stranger!

And with the help of excellent programmer and friend from netbuffer, I created my first PHP form so you can easily order books online.
Daniel Karso ありがとう !