It has endless edges, tints and singularities. Berlin is a power city. You can feel it there. It’s positive and razor sharp simultaneously. Berlin can be strong and complex for its visitors. In the words of the director Alex Soloviev: “I… Continue Reading
How would you “cook” spaghetti with tomato sauce using nonfood ingredients? Amazing stop-motion artist Pes (Adam Pesapane) shows us how in his short film Western Spaghetti, which uses inedible items, including Rubik’s cube “garlic,” pick-up sticks “spaghetti,” and Post-it note “butter”. Pes is an Oscar… Continue Reading
Hypnotic footage of Berlin from Timon de Graaf Boele with Apparat music as a soundtrack.
Susi Sie is a Berlin-based artist whose work moves between the fields of art and science. She is on a mission to explore the physical and mathematical nature of unusual forms, substances and materials to show the hidden beauty and magic of our… Continue Reading
“Everyone will tell you it is hard to let go of pain…and it is. Since we are children we have been told to embrace the best of our experiences & disregard the worst…But what happens when the most beautiful memories… Continue Reading
From Kronos Media comes a pretty astounding montage of video showing Berlin in July 1945, just two months after the Nazis lost The Battle of Berlin and Hitler committed suicide, and a month after the allies signed the Declaration Regarding the Defeat of Germany and… Continue Reading
Russian artist Salavat Fidai is working proof that artists need not create large pieces to make a name for themselves. Much of what he creates is no bigger than the tip of a pencil. Under the glow of a single work light… Continue Reading
Max Zorn is a Dutch artist who has been active in street art at night and urban art since May 2011. His style is notable for its use of brown packing tape as a medium and cutting on acrylic glass with a scalpel to create… Continue Reading
A compilation of random classic cars that I’ve seen over the last months in Berlin.
The Japanese are putting marriage and families on the back burner and seeking recreational love and affection as a form of cheap escape with no strings attached. Short documentary about the Japanese love industry.
Michael Kiwanuka – Tell me a tale from Tom Henze on Vimeo.