Raab Galerie Berlin exhibits my favourite street artist, the incredible talented and world famous yet super mysterious El Bocho, between Jan 15 to Feb 23rd. In other words, it opens today! Don’t miss it if you’re in Berlin! A painting by El Bocho are sold at the galery from 5000 EUR and up. His work is a tribute to his beloved home town Berlin.
For more information, opening hours and directions on how to get there check the official Raab Galerie Berlin website, which is in both english and german.
Raab Gallery Berlin is located on Fasanenstraße 72 neatr Savignyplatz.
Pics courtesy of Raab Galerie Berlin / Copyright El Bocho
Such a nice time-lapse video; The Manhattan project by Cameron Michael who filmed various locations throughout Manhattan.
The Manhattan Project from Cameron Michael on Vimeo.
Facebook; Cameron Michael
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One of my favourite pop-art artists is the talented and creative Berlin-based Andras Bartos. He also works as an art and set director for theatre, TV and Movies in Germany, Hungary and France. And he creates fantasticly and oddly cute sculptures too! In 2006 he opened a shop United Loneliness in Scheunenviertel in Berlin, where you can buy canvas prints, cards and originals of his work.
Check out his work at his [official website] or the [webshop] for United Loneliness store where you can buy some of his canvas prints. In the real shop i Berlin they carry a much bigger assortment. The shop is located on Oranienburger Strasse 27 in the Scheunenviertel in Berlin Mitte. S-bahn stop S-Bahn Oranienburger Str. It’s definitely worth checking out if you’re in Berlin.
Just wanna share this link to my other blog to my plug for Samova, because Samova is such a brilliant design brand with quality tea to match.
Samova – Modern Tea Culture at its Best.
What would you do if you passed the square in your town and saw agiant red button with a sign that says “Push to Add Drama”? Would you push it?
That’s the idea behind TNT Belgium’s brilliantly executed live-commerical. It’s absolutely genius. Check it out below. Thanks to my dear friend malinaldi who brought this to my attention.
The incredible talented Alexander McQueen (who tracigally decided to end his own life in 2010 at age 40), was and still is one of the most influential british fashion designers in history. Now you can see many of his creations that he made for his own label as well as for Givenchy, at the Museum für Kunst and Gewerbe in Hamburg, Germany.
Tomorrow I’ll go to Hamburg for an 8 day vacation, and this will be one of my first stops! Alexander McQueen is one of my favourite designers. I love the rebellious streak he often showcased in his designs.
The exhibition ends September 2.
Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg
Pic courtesy of Museum for Kunst and Gewerbe. Photograph by Maria Thrun
Love, love, love these placemats (11.90 EUR for a 6-pack) by Familie von Quast.
Check out the rest of the Familie von Quast products at their online store FamilievonQuast.com or visit their cute store at Marktstrasse 6 in Hamburg.
They have tons of fun stuff and everything is at affordable prices. Perfect gifts.
I also love their toilet stickers, and I think we all know why below sticker (9.95 EUR) was invented.
Behold the Holy Shit toilet sticker on the toilet in the lower right corner in front of the store. hehe.
I love the store’s tagline, roughly translated to “I have what you don’t have”
Pics courtesy of Familie von Quast