Our present world is dominated by a sense of lacking time, of missing out on things. It is a world where we run rather than walk, talk rather than converse, fight rather than discuss. The value we give to materials and time has drastically changed from the past. Living in a post-industrialized world, fabric and material has become ubiquitous and inexpensive. Moreover, we have become unaware of its laborious process which concludes in its undervalued position reached up to the present moment. Whereas in the past technical skills was the most admired attribute, next to the quality of the material; nowadays, time has a higher value than materials (generally accessible) and technique (mostly performed by machinery that 'do the job' in admirable perfection.) 'Ik wil nu nog even freaken' is my personal revolution against the world we are up to live in. With a playful mindset I used the world to recreate my own and shade light on the boundaries between design and craftsmanship, material and immaterial resources, identity and cultural values.