My tip for the weekend: Check out the Village Market in Friedrichshain, Berlin.
Enjoy delicious street food, great music and the nice atmosphere – every Sunday from 12-22h.
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Having a statue on the balcony is really
decadent cool! It’s great to have someone keeping an eye on the plants all year long.
Today some bling-bling window shopping inspiration from Paris.
The French have a lot of tricks when it comes to keep cool during summer.
Close the curtains, do a little nap, drink a glas of rosé (or two) and relax.
What do you do to keep cool?
I have a new summer workshop coming up in July at the Weisbach Lab. Together with a German association I’m holding a workshop for creative students professionals from July 27th until August 2nd in Plauen, Germany.
The theme of the workshop is “Capturing atmospheres in the digital age”.
During this week, you’ll learn how to become more aware of atmospheres and how to translate them into your work. The workshop will be based on short excursions, practical activities, talks and presentations.
First, you will learn how to recognize, capture and visualize atmospheres. In a second step, I’ll show you how to use your research to build emotion into your project and craft an identity. Together we’ll visit inspiring places, exchange with locals and gather impressions. Photography will be our primary tool in the creative process in order to capture atmospheres.
If you want to attend you need to hurry up and register here before 8. July 2014
To find more information, please visit http://weisbachlab.com.
Traveling is one of my favorite activities. Since I’m terribly afraid of taking the plane, I go by car. Driving the highway is like meditation for me. The change of landscape, climate, people and language is impressive and inspiring.
I went to France for a while. I’ve been testing for you some supercute French bed & breakfast. Now I’m back, loaded with tons of photos, memories and a French accent. More soon.
Ps: This cute piece of art has been hanging in front of the b&b door, reminding me every day that I should turn into a permanent tourist.
Coincidence or art?