Wondering Boys

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Wandering Miquell

As a child of a messed-up marriage Mick is raised with what could be called the confrontational non-method: ‘If you want to achieve anything, go do it yourself!’ Mick is a classic example of generation X, has a strong dislike for anything mediocre, and is happy that he didn’t take the blue pill. Passions: Designing and dissecting, exploring, image analyzing and above all commenting. Commenting in any possible way, on everything that can be commented upon. E-v-e-r-y-thing. Deal with the consequences later. He used to be the most flamboyant student ever (this according to the retired head of school who still mentions this). Mick has worked everywhere he wanted to work but is ultimately a freelance / entrepreneur. With the Mac as his operating system, he has easily conquered the online field of business. Above all he is happy with having met his life soulmate.

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Wondering Wout

Being a son of architects, Wout Fierens was raised on a mix of design & art for breakfast, lunch and dinner. While other kids played outside, Wout was busy constructing Lego City. Not to his parent’s consent he also deconstructed anything that came within his reach. (Although he could put all the loose parts easily right back in their exact place if he wanted to). Everything Wout did want, he has built for himself. The phrase “can’t do” drives him to solutions. Passions: designing, music, moving, creating images and just as important: fiddling around. As a student he made houses tumble and floors speak out. Literally of course. All facts must be questioned. Boundaries he really likes to explore have to do with ‘wanting something’ as opposed to ‘being lived’. Giving birth, mortgage and family on the other hand, are concepts that make him quite ill. Above all he is happy with having met his life soulmate.

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  1. knowledgetoday said, on March 31, 2009 at 2:19 am

    I love your site. Keep it up !


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