70 years after the Reichskristallnacht it is still a tightrope walk to publish a book about the corporate identity of the National Socialist party. For years designer Andreas Koop looked into this awkward subject and managed to make a factual approach with his book NSCI. Read the interview (German).
Art | Berlin | Event
Sunday, March 29th, 2009 by Christian, No Comments
Circleculture Gallery Berlin, April 9th.
Filmed from the front of a trolley, this shortfilm evokes what life must have been like in a European country 100 years ago, before automobiles dominated the streets.
Berlin | Cycling | Event
Friday, March 27th, 2009 by Christian, No Comments
Our friends at Keirin Berlin are about to celebrate their 5th anniversary on Wednesday April 1st. Drop by for drinks, music, movies and some surprises. All the best to Mo and Gary.
Thursday, March 26th, 2009 by Christian, No Comments
premiered at MoMA on March 24.
Two producers. Forty bucks. One junk store. One afternoon. One killer track.
Uncute the world with a vengeance: Once again Japan mixed what doesn’t belong together and none dared to. Via
Photography | World
Wednesday, March 25th, 2009 by Christian, No Comments
In December of 2006, Mexico’s new President Felipe Calderón declared war on the drug cartels, reversing earlier government passiveness. Since then, the government has made some gains, but at a heavy price: over 9,500 deaths since December 2006 – over 5,300 killed last year alone. More
Wednesday, March 25th, 2009 by Christian, 2 Comments
Art | Berlin | Event | Publication
Tuesday, March 24th, 2009 by Christian, No Comments
Nippon Edit showcases a variety of books published in Japan. The titles are consisted mainly of art-related publications, from zines to hard cover titles. Motto has collected a special selection from unique Japanese publishers which are hard to find outside Japan. Saturday March 28 at Motto Berlin.