Please take a look at the most frequent questions:
2) At Theo's studio in Ypenburg. It is public territory and you can visit anytime. There will be a bone yard and some boards with photo's and explanation. There will be a walking animal, which you can push or pull by hand. If Theo is there he will have a few minutes for you. If you want to see the interior of the cabin (all the tools and machines), you can send an email to Mrs. Coby Fritz email@example.com. She lives around the corner. And she can open the door for you. His cabin doesn't have an official address but you can find it on top of a hill on the corner of the Laan van Haamstede and de Singel in Den Haag Holland
Coming from Rotterdam take the direction Den Haag. Take exit Delft-Noord at the A13 (Rotterdam- The Hague) At the end of the exit take a right, but stay in the left lane (on your right you will see a gasstation.) stay in that lane for three hundred meter. Take a left at the traffic lights. After the next traffic lights you will see a hill on your left. At the end of the hill, on the top, you will see a green cottage (lots of trees). Take a left and park on the side walk also on your left. Climb up the hill and you will find the cottage.
Take the 19 tram opposite Delft train station direction Leidschendam/ Leidse Hage. Get off the tram at the stop called Anthony Fokkersingel. Follow the Anthony Fokkersingel (at the left) to the end. Cross the bridge and go to the left. In front of you, you will see a hill. On the top, you will see a green cottage (lots of trees). That 's where it is.
For the legsystem, please look here
For the wind storage, please take a look at this section
The legsystem, the wind stomach, the nerve cells, the muscles, it is also explained in the book Theo wrote: The Great Pretender. Available here.
Please take a look at this video.
These kits will be available on this website in April 2011 at the web shop.
Sorry, Theo doesn't take interns. He always works alone.
The strandbeests travel in long term (three months) exhibitions (now in Asia) only. So there is no possibility to show strandbeests on festivals.
Lectures in The Netherlands, Luxemburg and Belgium can be booked via The Speaker Academy in Rotterdam: firstname.lastname@example.org. For the rest of the world please contact Mrs. Irene Martinez in Madrid email@example.com
Theo wants to concentrate on the new animal, which will be tested in May on the beach. So there is no time for interviews. But you can find all information in his book The Great Pretender available on this website.
For photo's, please contact Theo Jansen - firstname.lastname@example.org
Theo wants to concentrate on the new animal, which will be tested in May on the beach. So there is no time for filmshooting. Also not on the beach because the shooting schedule is complete.
One or two living beasts ( 10 meters long, 4 m high and 3m wide). found here
We pump up the bottles with a compressor instead of the wind (to speed up the process). And the animal(s) will walk for a few minutes on the wind stomach (PET-bottles). Apart from that, all the fossils of twenty years of beach animal history. You see the evolutional development. Also the Animaris Ordis video here which walks by pushing it. Kids love to do this. Booking this large scale exhibition, please contact Mr. Koji Mijayima at Tokyo email@example.com
Lectures in The Netherlands, Luxemburg and Belgium can be booked via The Speaker Academy in Rotterdam.
For the rest of the world please contact Mrs. Irene Martinez in Madrid.
Theo Jansen firstname.lastname@example.org
Media Force Ltd (Japan) Koji Miyajimi / IP Rights Producer email@example.com More info can be found -- here