I started this blog when I was an exchange student in Melbourne studying at Swinburne University Faculty of Design. My first blog-post was in October 2010 – almost 6 years ago. It started as a place to collect and share my sources of inspiration in… Read More
This is the Kreuzberg apartment of talented Frank Höhne. I understand why he likes working at home. Read the interview with Hahne here.
Yoga has been part of my life for nearly 3 years now. It helps my body cope with the many hours spent in front of the computer. When I get stuck in a assignment, I have developed different solutions on how to proceed. First of… Read More
I talk about the freedom of running my own business quite a lot. But truly it is something I am very fond of. I like working late – actually I am most productive in the hours between 10 PM – 02 AM. There is something very… Read More
There is something really beautiful and poetic about these shelter beach images by Yoann Cimier. The series is called Nomad’s Land, and if you have time, you should watch the full collection here.
I know I have been blogging about Luke Gram several times now. But seriously? Look at this shit. Via Ignant
In February I was contacted by a local magazine who wanted to do a story about me, which I quickly said yes to. They wanted the story to focus on how I use social media to communicate and market my new studio. Today I received the magazine… Read More
This morning I can’t get enough of Amber YJ Lais beautiful pictures. There is a silence to them. A rawness. That combination of colors. Love it. Via Ignant
Guillaume Gaubert is a French film photographer living and working in Southern France. These beautiful photos are from his roadtrip with some friends. I really like how they capture the light in the landspaces. The air in the spring still crisp and cold. The sun… Read More
When Søren and I planned for our honeymoon destination this summer we considered Iceland several times. We kept dreaming about a roadtrip though the country. Exploring the great nature on a shoestring budget. But after much deliberation, we finally decided on Marocco which was… Read More