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killianflavour:

KEIICHI TANAAMI – NO MORE WAR
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designeverywhere:

Berlin Biennale
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berlinfarmlab:

This week I took part in Plan Bienen, a project by Tessa Zettel and Sumugan Sivanesan.
' Plan Bienen investigates urban beekeeping in relation to dual crises in European economic systems and bee ecologies, within the context of Berlin’s post-reunification development as a multicultural ‘creative’ capital. Using the histories and present growing popularity of city bees as an entry point, the artists will be mapping post-monetary economies, forms of exchange and emergent sociabilities occurring across Berlin’s food systems, intercultural gardens, migrant networks, hackerspaces and hausprojekts, speculating on the kinds of futures these little freunden und freundinnen might lead us towards.’ 
I traded labor in helping the beekeeper and artist Bärbel Rothhaar to extract the honey from the honeycombs for a jar of Goethe honey. Goethe honey is a special variety that came from an art project: the artist created a beeswax sculpture of Goethe’s head in collaboration with the bees!
photos: Sumugan Sivanesan

lovebeekeeping
berlinfarmlab:

This week I took part in Plan Bienen, a project by Tessa Zettel and Sumugan Sivanesan.
' Plan Bienen investigates urban beekeeping in relation to dual crises in European economic systems and bee ecologies, within the context of Berlin’s post-reunification development as a multicultural ‘creative’ capital. Using the histories and present growing popularity of city bees as an entry point, the artists will be mapping post-monetary economies, forms of exchange and emergent sociabilities occurring across Berlin’s food systems, intercultural gardens, migrant networks, hackerspaces and hausprojekts, speculating on the kinds of futures these little freunden und freundinnen might lead us towards.’ 
I traded labor in helping the beekeeper and artist Bärbel Rothhaar to extract the honey from the honeycombs for a jar of Goethe honey. Goethe honey is a special variety that came from an art project: the artist created a beeswax sculpture of Goethe’s head in collaboration with the bees!
photos: Sumugan Sivanesan

lovebeekeeping
berlinfarmlab:

This week I took part in Plan Bienen, a project by Tessa Zettel and Sumugan Sivanesan.
' Plan Bienen investigates urban beekeeping in relation to dual crises in European economic systems and bee ecologies, within the context of Berlin’s post-reunification development as a multicultural ‘creative’ capital. Using the histories and present growing popularity of city bees as an entry point, the artists will be mapping post-monetary economies, forms of exchange and emergent sociabilities occurring across Berlin’s food systems, intercultural gardens, migrant networks, hackerspaces and hausprojekts, speculating on the kinds of futures these little freunden und freundinnen might lead us towards.’ 
I traded labor in helping the beekeeper and artist Bärbel Rothhaar to extract the honey from the honeycombs for a jar of Goethe honey. Goethe honey is a special variety that came from an art project: the artist created a beeswax sculpture of Goethe’s head in collaboration with the bees!
photos: Sumugan Sivanesan

lovebeekeeping
berlinfarmlab:

This week I took part in Plan Bienen, a project by Tessa Zettel and Sumugan Sivanesan.
' Plan Bienen investigates urban beekeeping in relation to dual crises in European economic systems and bee ecologies, within the context of Berlin’s post-reunification development as a multicultural ‘creative’ capital. Using the histories and present growing popularity of city bees as an entry point, the artists will be mapping post-monetary economies, forms of exchange and emergent sociabilities occurring across Berlin’s food systems, intercultural gardens, migrant networks, hackerspaces and hausprojekts, speculating on the kinds of futures these little freunden und freundinnen might lead us towards.’ 
I traded labor in helping the beekeeper and artist Bärbel Rothhaar to extract the honey from the honeycombs for a jar of Goethe honey. Goethe honey is a special variety that came from an art project: the artist created a beeswax sculpture of Goethe’s head in collaboration with the bees!
photos: Sumugan Sivanesan

lovebeekeeping
berlinfarmlab:

This week I took part in Plan Bienen, a project by Tessa Zettel and Sumugan Sivanesan.
' Plan Bienen investigates urban beekeeping in relation to dual crises in European economic systems and bee ecologies, within the context of Berlin’s post-reunification development as a multicultural ‘creative’ capital. Using the histories and present growing popularity of city bees as an entry point, the artists will be mapping post-monetary economies, forms of exchange and emergent sociabilities occurring across Berlin’s food systems, intercultural gardens, migrant networks, hackerspaces and hausprojekts, speculating on the kinds of futures these little freunden und freundinnen might lead us towards.’ 
I traded labor in helping the beekeeper and artist Bärbel Rothhaar to extract the honey from the honeycombs for a jar of Goethe honey. Goethe honey is a special variety that came from an art project: the artist created a beeswax sculpture of Goethe’s head in collaboration with the bees!
photos: Sumugan Sivanesan

lovebeekeeping
berlinfarmlab:

This week I took part in Plan Bienen, a project by Tessa Zettel and Sumugan Sivanesan.
' Plan Bienen investigates urban beekeeping in relation to dual crises in European economic systems and bee ecologies, within the context of Berlin’s post-reunification development as a multicultural ‘creative’ capital. Using the histories and present growing popularity of city bees as an entry point, the artists will be mapping post-monetary economies, forms of exchange and emergent sociabilities occurring across Berlin’s food systems, intercultural gardens, migrant networks, hackerspaces and hausprojekts, speculating on the kinds of futures these little freunden und freundinnen might lead us towards.’ 
I traded labor in helping the beekeeper and artist Bärbel Rothhaar to extract the honey from the honeycombs for a jar of Goethe honey. Goethe honey is a special variety that came from an art project: the artist created a beeswax sculpture of Goethe’s head in collaboration with the bees!
photos: Sumugan Sivanesan

lovebeekeeping
berlinfarmlab:

This week I took part in Plan Bienen, a project by Tessa Zettel and Sumugan Sivanesan.
' Plan Bienen investigates urban beekeeping in relation to dual crises in European economic systems and bee ecologies, within the context of Berlin’s post-reunification development as a multicultural ‘creative’ capital. Using the histories and present growing popularity of city bees as an entry point, the artists will be mapping post-monetary economies, forms of exchange and emergent sociabilities occurring across Berlin’s food systems, intercultural gardens, migrant networks, hackerspaces and hausprojekts, speculating on the kinds of futures these little freunden und freundinnen might lead us towards.’ 
I traded labor in helping the beekeeper and artist Bärbel Rothhaar to extract the honey from the honeycombs for a jar of Goethe honey. Goethe honey is a special variety that came from an art project: the artist created a beeswax sculpture of Goethe’s head in collaboration with the bees!
photos: Sumugan Sivanesan

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womenofgraphicdesign:

type-lover:

The Wallby Atelier Dyakova

Sonya Dyakova of Atelier Dyakova
womenofgraphicdesign:

type-lover:

The Wallby Atelier Dyakova

Sonya Dyakova of Atelier Dyakova
womenofgraphicdesign:

type-lover:

The Wallby Atelier Dyakova

Sonya Dyakova of Atelier Dyakova
womenofgraphicdesign:

type-lover:

The Wallby Atelier Dyakova

Sonya Dyakova of Atelier Dyakova
womenofgraphicdesign:

type-lover:

The Wallby Atelier Dyakova

Sonya Dyakova of Atelier Dyakova
womenofgraphicdesign:

type-lover:

The Wallby Atelier Dyakova

Sonya Dyakova of Atelier Dyakova
womenofgraphicdesign:

type-lover:

The Wallby Atelier Dyakova

Sonya Dyakova of Atelier Dyakova
womenofgraphicdesign:

type-lover:

The Wallby Atelier Dyakova

Sonya Dyakova of Atelier Dyakova
womenofgraphicdesign:

type-lover:

The Wallby Atelier Dyakova

Sonya Dyakova of Atelier Dyakova
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aestheticblog:

Design concept: Ludovic Balland / typesetting and lithography: Noviki.net
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freundevonfreunden:

Potted Gardens Amongst Concrete Buildings in Tokyo
These are the unsung heroes of Tokyo’s streets – the potted plants found at every corner. The photographer Pierre Hourquet, recorded those green instances in the concrete city that no one seemed to pay attention to.
Have a look at Tokyo’s potted gardens on The Garden Edit.
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domoa:

(via Annette Schroeter – Kein Spass — Lamm & Kirch)
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