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Mexico: “There’s a flat surface, and then a rough surface, and then the door with a lot of detailing,” says van Bleiswijk. “So it’s a lot to see, but because everything is blue, it becomes sort of easy to look at.”
Photographer and artist Tonje Thilesen’s imagination runs wild to the sounds of Frank Ocean or Portishead than through an image of the sun setting over Machu Picchu.
India: “Here’s another extreme color combination — brown with yellow and turquiose,” says van Eijk. “Over there it’s just perfect and I think it’s beautiful, but in the Western world we wouldn’t use that combination.” Van Bleiswijk: “The wear of the color gives it an extra layered effect. Without that it wouldn’t be as nice.” Van Eijk: “They put layers and layers on top of each other, even on the woodwork.” Van Bleiswijk: “They don’t feel like sanding it down, so they keep on putting the…