Supported by many research institutions such as the Fraunhofer Institute, the Charité, or the Berlin Universities, Falling Walls is set to become a premier showcase for forward thinking research and ideas.
The Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin shows 100 examples of contemporary Japanese product design - modern interpretations of traditional items. Many are crafted from equally traditional materials, using techniques perfected over centuries, like these lacquer ware bowls.
Die leise Form aus Japan
03.03.2010 – 02.05.2010
Our recently launched facebook app "Graffiti SWAT" has hit the 3400 like mark in a few seconds. In just about one month we managed to get 6000 active users through a minimal promotion of a 35,- EUR facebook ad. And a great app!
The artwork above is from one of our most talented users
We'd like to congratulate the team at the Einstein Foundation for all their hard work, and wish them a wonderful conference next week.
See you there!
Our February Talk will feature the following 2 speakers:
The SOZIALHELDEN started in 2005. Time has gone by. And with the help of the two student initiators the SOZIALHELDEN have turned into a big network of voluntaries and a charitable organization. With creative projects they draw attention to social problems and - in the best case - remove them.
Raúl Aguayo-Krauthausen will present their latest project http://wheelmap.org/. The internet platform enables users to enter, change and find accessible and not so accessible locations.
For more than 5 years cinematographer Tomas Erhart has been taking still-pictures with his first generation cellphone-camera. One can see his highly respected work in exhibitions and on his website: http://cellphonology.com/
In “Talk about the Weather” Tomas speaks about pixels, Lomography, digital pictures and the hardship and pleasure of being a part-time foto-artist.
Lately it came to my mind that the wood craft from German Erzgebirge could serve as a source of inspiration for modern character design.
Having that in mind I stumbled across this exhibition in Berlin Torstrasse presenting these plain big guys:
by David Mallon
This coming Saturday, Juri Kobayashi opens her new concept store MOGA-Berlin for original 20s-30s fashion.
We are looking forward to welcome you in our lounge in Linienstraße 154a between 14.00- 21.00pm!
Interface from id's classic DOOM first-person-shooter appears on billboards in Berlin. By street artists Mr. Talion, Epoxy, Baveux and Kone. [Flickr]