Arno & Iris go Spijkcity

A special moment at ‘De Ring van Putten’ school last Tuesday: the artwork by Arno & Iris on the big wall in the main hall of the secondary school in Spijkenisse was unveiled.

It’s a design of 6 x 14 m that represents the journey that students make from first form until their graduation and beyond. The design contains different characteristic elements that are typical for a secondary school. Arno & Iris have focussed in the design on the materials and knowledge that are required to cover this path. When you take a closer look you can see compasses, test tubes, set squares and pyramids incorporated in an amazing ensemble.

Mothership acted as producer, in co-operation with Esbi.

An overwhelming artwork at school is a great way to entice the students of De Ring van Putten to visit the museum more often.


    More school moments for Arno & Iris. We have had a nice short movie made about their Oldskool Newskool collection for HEMA.

    You can watch the movie here.

      Oh oh The Hague, pretty parking behind the dunes

      Hopefully we’ll have another summer day this autumn, because by the end of September the entrance of the parking garage Scheveningen Bad will be revamped. It’s certainly nice to take a look at Motherships’ latest project before you hit the beach.

      Commissioned by the municipality of The Hague for BKS Parking, Studio Ruwedata and Ephameron designed a whole new entrance incorporating three themes: Royal city, city at the beach and city of peace and law. These themes are represented using stickers and multiple wall paintings. Mothership leads and produces the project.

      This is one of the designs that will make the entrance more attractive. Pictures of the final artwork will follow!

        Jeroen in ‘Nooit meer slapen’ (Never sleep again)

        We have already shared it on Facebook and Twitter. But in case you’ve missed it: on August 13 Jeroen Everaert was the guest in the NPO 1 radio show‘Nooit meer slapen’.

        Jeroen tells about his versatile career and about Mothership, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. A nice conversation between Jeroen and Pieter van der Wielen. You can listen to the show here.