I’m still not sure whether this bookshop belongs in the Amazing Bookshops Around the World series, but it certainly is remarkable. When Clemens and I were walking around some backstreets in Bologna looking for a place to eat (after we were refused in a place where we wanted to eat merely because Blink182 had once [...]
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Drawing for our future zine & yummy tiramisu Punx Paris, Texas, Italy
Back in May my friend Clemens and I went on an Italian adventure. Somehow I only snapped three film photos apart from the band ones. Clemens finished a roll, but it was mostly photos taken by a drunk girl that we didn’t even know. It was a weekend of great randomness. I can only hope [...]
I won’t even try to hide it. I am one for New Year’s resolutions. I like the idea of a fresh start and good intentions. Resolutions are tricky, though. It’s too easy to fall into the “exercise more”, “drink less”, “eat healthily” and the like. I like to set myself tangible goals that are sort [...]
Last September I went to Venice for the first time. One can hardly call this an insightful post about Venice… after all I stayed there for six hours. But since it took me three and a half hours to get there by train from Milan, I’ll keep on considering this as real travelling. So, first [...]
When Mary Lou and yours truly went to Rome in November (yes, I am still writing about this 2 day trip), visiting the non-catholic cemetery was one of our priorities. Well, Mary-Lou threatened to drag me there whether I wanted or not, but thankfully I am one of those people who are pretentious enough to [...]
More photos of my recent trip to Rome. There are many many more. Flickr Remember that you can enter this giveaway until Friday. And that I have some SMALL ad spaces available for $3.
I hope you’re ready for a good dose of Rome photos. Flickr
Libreria del Cinema (Rome, Italy) Via dei Fienaroli 31/d Monday – Friday 10:00-21:00 Saturday 11:00-23:00 http://www.libreriadelcinema.roma.it
Since I’m not watching so many films set in Paris these days and the Paris in film series seems to be on hold, why not start a new one? This is Rome in film. Watching Rome Adventure (Delmer Daves, 1962) feels like watching a promotional video made by the Italian government to promote tourism. The [...]
Brighton, UK. Salto del Molino, Teruel, Spain. Venice, Italy. Southside Festival, Germany.