So i bought this wonderful film mag a while back. A few weeks ago, during a house-move clearout, i somehow discovered i had two copies. Two copies of a fairly obscure film mag? Why would I buy two copies? The thing is, i’m pretty sure I didn’t. Where’s the other one from? My theory is, […]
back in Munich in August we found a crop circle. the maize in the last photo must be about 9 feet tall. scary things happen in maize fields, don’t they? at least in horror movies….
a few weeks back i planted tomatoes and flowers on the roof terrace, and this week i found this first little tomato trying to hide!
because it’s deliriously cold here and wintery but mostly not in a good way, i’ve dug up some analogue photos from a couple of summers ago. you know, to add a little glow to the moment. these were taken on my Diana F+ and the sunny, washed-out look is one of my favourite things about […]
a while back i posted a few photos from a video promo i was making with a friend, a 30-second ad-spot for a new vinyl release. see the vanishing coat and the dancing magpies for the posts. they were fun to make, and if you’re interested, this was the end result:
ingredients: 250g wholemeal flour (i used spelt), approx. 3 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa, 1/2 cup of coconut oil, 2 teaspoons of vanilla essence. 1/2 cup of milk (or soya milk) and equivalent of water. sweeten with agave nectar (love the taste of agave!). adjust all flavourings to your taste, i love choc cookies for their […]
so tonight i forgot to, again, heed my inner flat tummy voice and gave into another whimsical fancy for munchy food, this time chocolate oat cookies. ingredients, in varying amounts and in no particular order, are: spelt flour, oats, cocoa powder (unsweetened), margarine, soya milk, agave nectar. mix up, make into cookie shapes with a […]
late on sunday night i gave in to a sudden fancy for cookies. ingredients: 2 mashed bananas, 2 cups of oats, an amount of coconut oil and a tablespoon of vanilla essence. mix it up, splatter into cookie-shaped blobs onto a baking sheet and bake at 180 C for 20-30 mins. i’m really not very […]
i’ve taken up knitting! and can knit things that are square, rectangular, or any variation of square or rectangular.