A while ago I had the pleasure to be able to take pictures and some video for the Dutch company “Van Puijenbroek Textiel (VPTex)“ producing workwear for their new promotional material. At the beginning of October they opened their ‘Texperience Center‘ in the Netherlands and presented my pictures there too. VPTex has production facilities in Tunisia in Akouda and Le Kef. Here is a selection of the pictures I took for them.Share on Facebook
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Together with the Tunisian Wine Tasting Club we visited the winery of “Les Vignerons de Carthage” in Mégrine today. We tasted some of their fabulous wines in a very unique location in Tunisia, a real wine cave.Share on Facebook
During the Tunisian Revolution of Dignity of January 2011 many cars of local car dealers, who were connected and associated with the ex-President’s family clan, were publicly demolished and some burned. Later many of these wrecks were brought to a field in Carthage-Byrsa. Last Sunday, 27th February, art and architecture students, joined by local residents, paint on the remains of the remains of these cars to express their joy about the revolution and hope for the future.
Revolution-Vandalized Cars Art Project
On Saturday, 17th July we saw a rocking concert as part of the “2010 International Festival of Carthage” of the famous South African singer Johnny Clegg and his band. The concert took place at a very special location: in the ancient roman amphitheatre of Carthage (Tunisia). It was still more than 30ºC at 22:00 when he started off playing some of latest songs. Later he played more of his songs from the nineties (Dela, Heat, Dust And Dreams, Third World… Child, Asimbonanga, Cruel, Crazy Beautiful World and Shadow Man). Having had tickets for the chairs in the centre of the amphitheatre enabled me to take lots of wonderful pictures of his performance.Share on Facebook