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Posts tagged with ‘germany’

  • 145 Shoes In Every Rainbow Color

    By admin on May 21, 2013
    We’re not sure about you, but to us, 145 shoes in every color of the rainbow sounds like a dream come true! That is exactly what Netherlands artist John Breed worked with in his art installation for German shoe salon Breuninger. In this exhibit, 145 legs protrude from the wall, wearing a multicolored multitude of styles – from flats, to […]
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  • Photojournalism: What The World Eats

    By admin on May 10, 2013
    What is your weekly grocery budget? Here is an interesting photojournalism project that may put things into perspective a little bit. Authors Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio joined families around the world for their dinnertime and grocery shopping routines. What they found was that families spend anywhere from five to five hundred dollars on a week’s worth of food. The diets […]
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  • 10 Abandoned Places Worth Seeing

    By admin on May 7, 2013
    All over the world, there are remnants of abandoned places. Various homes and ships seem like obvious abandoned destinations, but there are some more uncommon locations as well that are actually incredibly beautiful. We have compiled for you images of ten of the most beautiful abandoned places worth seeing across the globe below! What they once were may surprise you. […]
  • Editorial Spread: Bag Lady + Signs of Times

    By SP on September 14, 2012
    Mirte Maas for Vogue Germany October 2012 in “Signs of Times” editorial spread. Can we say homeless chic? Haha. Enjoy…xx
  • Most Beautfiul Libraries In The World

    By SP on July 30, 2012
    I totally geeked out when I came across these photos of the most beautiful libraries in the world. They are breathtaking and remind me of the fantasy worlds in some my favorite novels. I hope to visit a couple of them in the near future. Enjoy…xx
  • Street Art + Lego Bridge

    By SP on July 18, 2012
    I’m a big fan of LEGO for the colors and creativity. You can almost build anything you imagine. Graffiti artist MEGX converted a bridge in the town of Wuppertal, Germany into a LEGO-Bridge. This is all a painting job that took four weeks to achieve. It looks so fu*king real and dope! Enjoy…xx Thank u
  • Gigantic Slides In German university

    By SP on December 28, 2010
    I wish we had this when I was in college. OK, maybe it wouldn’t have been my choice of transportation from one class to another, but it still looks like fun for the guys, at least. Because I doubt that the ladies will be sliding down these tubes. This is the Technische Universitat in Munich, Germany. The giant tubes are […]
  • Porsche Museum

    By SP on January 28, 2010
    The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany is celebrating its first anniversary. The Porsche Museum opened its doors to the public for the first time on January 31, 2009. Since the opening over 530,000 visitors from all across the world have visited the museum. tallied by the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart just a year after its opening. The building is host […]
  • Reverse Role: King Kong

    By SP on December 15, 2009
    This ad is totally hilarious. Now that the roles are reversed, look who’s scared shitless…hahahahahahahah…King Kong looks so frightened. OK, now that we got that out, the creative directors responsible for this are Alex Schill and Christophe Everke | Art Directed by Alexander Nagel | Advertising Agency: Serviceplan, Germany. Enjoy!
  • Oki-ni’s Damir Doma

    By SP on November 19, 2009
    Just in from the folks at Oki-ni, Damir Doma is the next big thing to look out for. The Croatian born designer studied fashion in Munich and Berlin where he graduated in 2004 with magna cum laude for the best collection. In 2006, Doma launched his own label, and debuted at Paris Fashion week in 2007. His collections to date […]