Monday, April 10, 2017

The one at 'de Honig fabriek'

The first weekend of april my friend R. came over for a visit. She lives in the northern part of the Netherlands. It's about 2,5 hours away, so we don't see eachother very often. That day, it was a beautiful and sunny spring day, so we had a little walk. Destination: 'de Honig fabriek'. It's an old factory that made soups, but nowadays it serves as a cultural hotspot, with restaurants, a brewery, an art gallery and it houses lots of artists and small companies. In case you like to see more about this place, I blogged about it before over here. Today I'm sharing some street art over at the factory, and some that we spotted on our way there. 


(no honey without labour)






9 comments:

  1. The street art is amazing! I always find old factory buildings charming. It's great that it now has an art gallery in it! Cool pic of you and your friend :)

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    1. I love it when they give old buildings a new purpose. There are also some churches throughout the Netherlands that function as a bookstore now.

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  2. This sounds like a great outing--and the street art is wonderful. I really like the little girl and the moon balloon!

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    1. I love it when a day throws me little surprises like this :-)

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  3. I love the moon as a balloon mural! There's a fun street art area in Honolulu we visit occasionally because there's a super delicious bakery/sandwich shop there.

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    1. An extra reason to visit that yummy bakery :-)

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  4. I am digging all these graffiti, Marieken. Truly works of art:) Thank you for sharing.
    PS I do my own hair, and my husbands shaves the sides:D

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  5. I love street art. We have quite a bit around the Inner West in Sydney :)

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