Loading Please Wait

2009

Artwork 'Loading Please Wait', an online edition made specifically for viewing via the internet. As ingredient for the body and visual appearance of an artwork, Sandberg here uses the internet language of the 'loading icon' to create an online infinite loop: an endless animation fading in and out, from 'loading content please wait' to 'loading picture please wait'.

http://www.loadingcontentpleasewait.nl





'Loading Please Wait', online artwork, 2009.
Screenshot internet edition.


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No Image Available

2007

Artwork 'No Image Available', an online edition made specifically for viewing via the internet. This online work from the project 'No Image Available' consists of an infinite series of 'blank images'. Sandberg has taken these out of their original context, just as one would encounter them on the internet, to import them into a site-specific internet work made of 'empty images'.

http://www.msandberg.nl/noimageavailable





'No Image Available', online artwork, 2007.
Screenshot internet edition.


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'Karel Appel Was Hier', Karel Appelhuis, Dapperstraat 7, Amsterdam

2006-2010

Martijn Sandberg has created a bronze artwork in the form of a half eaten golden coloured apple as gable sign for the Karel Appel House, Dapperstraat 7, Amsterdam. The text 'Karel Appel Was Hier' has been bitten out of the apple.





'Karel Appel Was Hier', gable sign
Karel Appelhuis, Amsterdam


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Verzenddozen / Parcel post boxes TNT Post

2006

The design of the motif for the seven parcel post boxes by the Amsterdam visual artist Martijn Sandberg consists of two layers. The basis is a grey raster pattern, derived from the familiar packing material plastic bubble foil.





'Parcel Post Boxes', 2006
Royal TNT Post/ NL


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Postzegels 2005 / Stamps 2005

2005

TPG Post has issued two business stamps on 24 May 2005, that are designed by Martijn Sandberg. Postage value of the stamps is 39 euro cents, or 78 euro cents respectively. The stamps are printed on rolls of 100 self-adhesive stamps.





'Zakelijke Postzegels', stamps, 2005
Royal TPG Post BV/ NL


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