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Artist of the Day: Lonneke Van Der Palen

Artist of the Day: Lonneke Van Der Palen

by Charlène Lebrun, 12 June 2013

Lonneke Van Der Palen is a Dutch photographer who's already made quite a name for herself.

From capturing colourful installations and presenting sceneries made out of ordinary everyday objects, to portraits in front of landscape wallpapers, standard objects or even collages, her work has a very playful edge.

For more information, head over to lonnekevanderpalen.com.

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