• Chromeography exhibition

    I shot this (and many others) today at Classic Remise in Berlin. The renovated tram depot is a massive showcase for antique automobiles, complete with restoration parts dealers and specialist body shops.

    Maybe it’s the delirious result of looking at nothing but supermodel cars all day, but I see in this photo a man’s chest overlaid with the shape of a woman’s hips.

    Are you delirious about this stuff too? Be among friends! Join us at 2:00 pm this Saturday for glühwein and cookies. Fans of cars and/or letters will gather at Mota Italic in Prenzlauer Berg where the Chromeography exhibition is still on display. With prints from the show for sale and new typography books in the shop it’s the perfect time to get a gift for your car or font loving friend. Or just gift yourself! We won’t judge.

  • A Cell Phone Is Not A Loudspeaker

    In Germany, they call cell phones “Handys” or “Mobiles”. I had a funny conversation with a German friend who was trying to speak English and he asked me for my “self phone” number. Most of today’s phones also double as mp3 players and since many phones have a built-in mini speaker it’s possible to play music out loud. Well, this became a popular thing to do for teenagers in Berlin. I heard several hilarious clashes between old ladies and the Berlin youth. Recently these stickers have shown up on the tram I take.

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