Plattenbörse Villingen-Schwenningen 2016

Vinyl digging or records in general is a big interest of mine for a long time now. When I see a box of old records on a flea market or anywhere I probably go through. Since we have a really awesome record store in our town (Always worth a visit) I normally get what I want there. And every year they organise a big big vinyl fair. Today was the day. Enjoy some shots from my trusty Leica.


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Another visit to the Vitra Campus

As the title suggests. We were back. Last time we just visited the Vitra Haus. This time we got a really nice tour to see the whole campus. Including offices, production and what not. The architecture is amazing. Architects like Sanaa, Nicholas Grimshaw, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid and the newest building the Vitra Schaudepot from Herzog & DeMeuron (Which carries a incredible archive of original chairs and lamps from the personal collection of the vitra CEO). All in one place. If you havent been there. Do it (Shia LaBeouf voice)!

Thanks again Jan. It was a great day!


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Basel – From Picasso to Beuys

Tuesday was a holiday in Germany. So why not drive to Basel, right? Wanted to go for so long now and finally did it. To be honest. We just went to the Art Museum, drank a coffee afterwards and walked a lot. But it was that awesome. The permanent collection is incredible there. Jackson Pollock was the temporary collection which was really nice too. From Picasso to Beuys, all you need is in Basel. All shot with my trusty Leica M8 and the Voigtländer 35mm 1.4.

Basel is beautiful.


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