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Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 194 x 164 x 12cm
(collection of Staalduinen Logistics. Maasdijk, Netherlands)
#9532 (The Whale) 
Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 190 x 136 x 12cm
(collection of Frits van Dongen, Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 139 x 196 x 14cm
(Private collection, Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Het Industriegebouw is a building in Rotterdam designed by H.A. Maaskant, W. van Tijen and E. Groosman. In typology, function and appearance it became a powerful symbol of the Wederopbouw, the post war rebuilding policy of Rotterdam. The building was completed in 1952 and over the past few years it has been revived as an important cultural hub.
DINO 246 GT (1973) 
Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 222 x 98 x 15cm
(Private collection, Oude Tonge, Netherlands)
The Ferrari Dino was named after Alfredo “Dino” Ferrari (son of Enzo Ferrari) who died in 1956 from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy aged only 24. Today, 60 years later, there is still no cure for this disease. A few years ago a 1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GT-Euro was found in a barn in California. It is currently being restored in a project to raise awareness about the disease and money to fight it. The Dino bas-relief depicts this car mid-reconstruction.
Donate money and read about Duchennes at:
The Dino Ferrari Project: http://dinoferrariproject.com
Duchenne Parent Project: https://duchenne.nl
Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 270 x 178 x 24cm
(Private collection, Hoorn, Netherlands)
De Noord 
Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 94 x 234 x 16cm
De Noord was a windmill on the Oostplein square in Rotterdam that was origianlly built in 1562 and later rebuilt and adapted several times. 14 years after it miraculous survival of the town fire of 1940 the mill caught fire and was demolished.
The bas-relief shows the tipical elongated shape of De Noord without the blades and other consctructions, the shape it had after the fire, but with the spectacular commercial signs that the mill had been know for since the early twentieth century.
Euromast 3 
Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 210 x 184 x 18cm
(made on commission for Euromast Vastgoed BV, Rotterdam, Netherlands)
This work is on permanent display at the Euromast observation tower in Rotterdam.
Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 460 x 460 x 32cm
(made on commission for Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Photo’s: Bob Goedewaagen
This work is on permanent 24 hour a day display in the main entrance of the Erasmus MC hospital in Rotterdam: