weekend links

Weekend Links is a collection of the interesting bits and pieces that I’ve come across on the streets and online. The weekly post is my chance to share with you a few things from the week, in a list compiled during the weekend. I hope you enjoy them as well.

A few things I enjoyed over the last week:
1. Seeing Ingrid Nelson’s pavement series (pictured above)
2. Discovering a new neighborhood spot, Café Kostverloren
3. Looking forward to two film festivals in March: Movies that Matter and Food Film Festival
4. Reading the new online magazines Wayfare and sisterMag
5. Remembering 29 ways to stay creative
6. Exploring Seaview, an underwater version of Street View (pictured below)

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6 responses to “weekend links

  1. I wish i could go to the food film festival! But I’ll be in Texas eating food instead of watching it hehe.

  2. Thanks for sharing these links, so great! And I can’t wait for the Food Film Festival, let me know which events you’re going to 🙂

  3. I just saw that you read our sisterMAG! I hope you liked it. And thanks for including us in your weekend links, always so inspiring I just love to read them. I especially like the 29 ways to stay creative.

    Have a lovely week,
    Toni

    • Thanks Toni! I really enjoyed sisterMAG, congratulations on its launch, it’s a fantastic publication. Being in content production myself, I can imagine how much work went into the first issue. I can’t wait to see the iPad version. Best to you and Thea!

      • Thanks from both, Thea and me. Hope we can meet one day in person anywhere in Berlin, Amsterdam or Oregon.

      • That would be great! My trips to Berlin have lessened the last few years, but I will definitely be there for a week this summer. Will keep in touch about meeting up!

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