“Maybe, from learning from each other, we can come to the realization that we are one.” – Jimmy Nelson With his beautiful work, created and spread all over the world, Jimmy Nelson has reached a worldwide audience. In 2009 Nelson started to work on his biggest project to-date, Before they Pass Away. He travelled for […]Lees meer "Jimmy Nelson: man on an ongoing journey."
The Sierra de Guadarrama has got a lot of hidden treasures. It’s coarseness is showing purity, combined with sleepy towns, national parks and colourful history of Spain. Sometimes, walking around alone in the middle of the mountain area, it feels like i can face Clint Eastwood any moment, where he is acting as a cowboy, […]Lees meer "The painted rocks of Sierra de Guadarrama."
Balingen, a town in Baden-Württemberg, capital of the district of Zollernalbkreis in the South of Germany. Nowadays a middle sized city with approximately 35.000 residents.In this pressumed conservative part of Germany, rich of history, age-oldmedieval buildings and attended surroundings i am happily surprised to face a social project for street art. The organisation ‘FREIRAUM Balingen […]Lees meer "Street Art in Balingen"
Driving on the former coalition route Jackson, and vigorously protected by a team of armed forces I am travelling through the land of Mesopotamia. Modern-day Iraq, prominently mentioned in the religious scriptures of different religions is nowadays a country of contrasts. The route is passing the geograhical sites of Ur, Uruk and Al Hilla, the […]Lees meer "Iraq: Street Art as a patriotic tool."
When most people think of Marrakech, rarely does street art come to mind. There’s a reason for that—the ancient “red city” of Morocco has never had street art, until now. For the first time, Marrakech has big roses, abstract shapes and figures around its city, which is all part of the 6th Marrakech Biennale that […]Lees meer "Street Art in Marrakech"
Essaouira, formerly known as Mogador, is a city in the western Moroccan economic region of Marrakesh-Safi. The modern name means “the little rampart”, a reference to the fortress walls that still enclose part of the city. Essouira Then The present city of Essaouira was built during the 18th century. Mohammed III. wishing to reorient his […]Lees meer "Essaouira"