One last look back - here are your favorite nine images of my instagram feed of last year. What a mixture of dynamic architecture and abstract patterns, just as I like it. No surprise are the architectural masterpieces which are completed with geometric patterns - giving depth and inviting to dream away.
Welcome 2019, it’s been a fantastically quiet break for me this year and as noted in my last blog post of 2018 I have tried myself at switching off – leaving social media and the internet of things aside for a few days. I have to say my favorite gift this Christmas was a great help along the way – a 3d sketching pen and inspirational art deco skyscrapers.
It is on an inspirational, personal and creative side that I write this post today. You see, it is an important part of my life to be surrounded by creatives from all sorts of areas, be it from a photographic, sculptural or architectural background. No wonder that I know and sometimes work with artists like PASiNGA and bloggers from even those areas of interest, the input we give each other drives us all. ...
Solid but transparent, The 18th Serpentine Pavilion.
Set in the beautiful Kensington Gardens Frida Escobedo creates a series of interlinked and intimate spaces using cement roof tiles, not for the roof but the vertical surfaces of the pavilion.
Having a couple of days off to recharge and challenge myself with a bit of quick creative thinking. Walking the little streets of Margate in the UK became an endless feed of potential. However, there was this one property which did not leave my mind. While I just had a quick look around the outside and took a snap with my phone the feeling of the area, and sadly missed opportunities in this area altogether, with empty shops all around, just wouldn't let me stop thinking about it.
Inspired by geometric lines and perspectives as well as the abstract patterns they create. I am always intrigued how impressive they shine when made visible in monochrome shades. Usually I share those images on instagram and you are of course welcome to follow but I thought why not share a selection on my new blog as well.