Fading away

Jökulsarlon in Iceland is breathtakingly beautiful – even on cold and rainy days like the one in the picture. But who knows how long we can still enjoy the icy structures and wintry colours? The adjoining glacier is retreating fast and one day only a large fjord will remain where … Continue readingFading away

Visiting Emily Carr’s Home

Today, Emily Carr is one of the most famous Canadian Painters – she was one of the first Canadian painters to adopt post-impressionist painting styles and member of the Group of Seven, who, at that time, were Canada’s most recognized modern painters. However, Emily Carr only received widespread recognition after … Continue readingVisiting Emily Carr’s Home

MasterPeace

Shok-1 created this beautiful piece of street art close to Brick Lane in Shoreditch/ London. It is called MasterPeace, just like the image that had been there before. In the same place used to be a picture of an x-ray of a hand making the peace sign. In 2017, Shok-1 … Continue readingMasterPeace

Allesandersplatz

Berlin is a city that constantly changes, every day, all year round. And even though the city feels more crowded every year, there are still unused and open spaces, even in central areas. One of those abandoned yet central and very visible spots is the Haus der Statistik (house of … Continue readingAllesandersplatz

On A Safari in Oslo

Oslo is not a place where you would expect to find African animals, but if you look closely, you can find some – not real ones, of course. But there is a lot of art round town picturing exotic, colourful animals. My favorite is this zebra, that Martin Whatson created … Continue readingOn A Safari in Oslo