Starting 2020 in style!
I have been into throwing frisbees for a while, and in 2019 I got hooked on disc golf. I started playing more, bought new discs, a fancy bag to carry them in and even a portable basket. Through the Facebook page of Disc Golf Nederland I got in touch with the community and ended up talking to Hans Krens, the owner of THE frisbeeshop in the Netherlands, where I bought all my disc golf equipment. Turns out he also plays go! It's a small world we live in.
I'm excited to announce that I'll be working with Hans on customised discs. This is the first test run with my The Tortoise Shell go-design on an ultimate frisbee. Soon more of my artwork will be sold on discs, available at www.frisbeeshop.eu. The prints will be high definition graphics in full colour, with possibly the option for me to incorporate a handwritten text on request. At the moment we are limited to ultimate style frisbees, but hopefully we will find a way to print on disc golf discs as well.
Which version do you like better: the one with or the one without the black line around the design?
Stay tuned, I will post an update when we handpick more of my art and the products are officially for sale on the website.
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I wish everyone good health, lots of creativity and self-growth in 2020!
Welcome to my website. My name is Kim Ouweleen, I am an artist, author and go teacher from Amsterdam, the Netherlands. You can find out more about me in the ABOUT tab.
One of my goals for the new year is to finish the new look of my website, this blog being its newest addition. Here I plan to give you regular sneak peaks into my creative process: updates on my most recent art and the work that goes on behind the scenes.
Previously, my website only showed a portfolio of finished designs. Up until now I used my Facebook and Instagram pages to give a bit of background information on the artworks. Now, thanks to the blog, I will be able to share more with my audience. I hope to involve you and that you will take the time to write a comment or two!