Kitchen Portraits by Erik Klein Wolterink

View all 13 Photos

Ever get kitchen envy from interior decorating magazines? Photographer Erik Klein Wolterink has developed a project demonstrating that—behind all the sub-zeros and range tops—kitchens are alike. For his series titled “Keuken,” Wolterink photographed hundreds of Dutch drawers, refrigerators, and ovens, and then rearranged them into composite images, as if they were all shot in the same room. Wolterink describes the images of organized chaos as “metaphor of a complex, multicultural reality.”

via

Janet

Janet

Janet is a senior at Kenyon College studying English with a Creative Writing emphasis. She has a particular affinity for American literature, and enjoys discovering the narrative(s) behind a piece of art. GBlog is her blogging debut, and she is grateful for newfound exposure to objects such as the “Bug Light.” (She favors the stately praying mantis.)

Take me there

  • Alila Yangshuo Hotel

    An old sugar mill becomes a modern hotel. Built in the 1960s in the striking…

More for you

  • Radiator By Borgman | Lenk

    Built in 1250, this Franciscan church and monastery is one of Berlin’s oldest monuments. It’s…

  • Color Factory

    If you live in San Francisco or if you’re planning to visit this August, you…

  • Paper Cloud By Studio 3A

    Located in an old courtyard in Montpellier, France, Paper Cloud stands out against natural stone…

  • Typewriter Guns By Éric Nado

    Words can have a bigger impact than weapons and violence. The Typewriter Guns series by…

  • Hello Mello By Steven Harrington

    First exhibited at the Strawberry Festival which took place at Shanghai Expo Park, Steven Harrington’s…

Close Cart