Wahou you are so lucky, I dream about seeing his work in real. Hope it will get to Paris one day.
And when you do pop back again soon, do you think you could pop back on my behalf too... I'd like to see that exhibition. The work looks as you described it to be... unbelievably beautiful.
I love his work. And I m lucky to have his catalogue, which is so expensive now.
looks real good!
Mooi !Dank je voor de tip.Ik ga kijken en dan kom ik nog eens langs in jullie winkeltje.
Whaou!!!so nice!!!I would like to have a flying carpet....
oh my! i have to go to antwerp. im a huge fan!
jockum. i love you. and my man as well.:)so great. now i want to check out my video-recorded (!) documentary about him. again. so great. so cool. lucky YOU.!! (do you have his childrens books translated btw?)
He is a favourite..!My cousin owns a original drawing he made.She is like...just 10 years old and got it from her mom as a baby...when Jockum was not so famous as he is those days.I said to my cousin: Hey, wanna sell it?Her mom said quickly; NOOOO.Crap!;)
aha! planning my next trip to antwerp very soon!
His work is so great. Saw a documentary about him and karin mamma andersson and after that I just like their work even more:)
oh, isn't he great! I just bought the Sailor & Pekka - book for my boys (and for me).
coooool!how lucky you are living there and having the possibility seeing the exposition!
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