The Van Gogh-Roosegaarde cycle path is the most innovative and artistic cycle path in the Netherlands. The 600 metre long cycle path is close to where Vincent van Gogh lived from 1883 to 1885. It was designed by Daan Roosegaarde and comprises thousands of light-emitting stones which were inspired by the famous painting ‘Starry Night’.
Vincent’s time in Etten has inspired a local firm to make an enormous wall with several of the sketches from Vincent’s letters and also drawings and a self-portrait.
Vincent’s world-famous painting The Potato Eaters inspired the sculptor Peter Nagelkerke to make this sculpture of the group.
The world-famous Bloemencorso (Flower Parade) in Zundert has been completely devoted to Van Gogh.
1721 red heads from all over Europe brought a tribute to Vincent van Gogh during RedHeadDays in Breda.
During the Wish Outdoor dance festival in Beek en Donk van Gogh was honoured with a stage inspired by Starry Night.
Van Gogh Museum’s Relievo works are remarkable pieces: they are full-size, three-dimensional reproductions of Van Gogh’s paintings, the colour and structure of both the front and back have been reproduced as accurately as possible. With the naked eye it’s impossible to tell the difference from the original. This example hangs in the Hotel Okura Amsterdam.
These unique, tailormade shoes were designed by Tomas Snels and produced by Van Drunen. Inspired by Vincent's Almond blossom. Each pair sold will contribute to the preservation of the Van Gogh heritage in Brabant region.
Inspired by the Potatoe Eaters. Part of a pop-up experience at the Breda railway station. Photography by Loet Koreman.
Light art by Bordos.ArtWorks during GLOW light festival in Eindhoven.