My friend Maxi Schaible and I met up this spring to explore the suburbs of Barcelona. We luckily found a lesser known area that turned out to be a giant wholesale for Chinese products. You can find the whole story here.
As you may have heard there is a pretty strong scene around mastermind Nizan Kasper in Hamburg. Nizan also finished Lobbys’ shop Video this summer and I documented a few days on the streets with some of the Lobby boys. So feel free to grab the latest issue of SOLO and/or check the web article guidlining the video.
In 2020 I was fortunate enough to go on a cargo ship across the baltic sea. During this time I was obviously interested in documenting the things I saw and the people I met. Now, two years after I finally released a 68 pages photobook about the journey that you can buy here.
My friends just dropped their new video called ‘Fool’s Gold’. You can find the whole article about it here. In addition to that there is another ten page article accompanying the video in the new issue of ‘a brief glance‘.
Louis Taubert and I went on some kind of camping/skate trip this year. Together we captured some moments and memories and put them into a small photo book for Poler Stuff. You can now get your free copy at Pocket Skateboard Magazine. Many thanks to everyone involved.
The 42nd edition of SOLO finally sees the light of day. After all those years shoulder to shoulder I am still hyped to be part of the magazine. This time I luckily squeezed some photos in there as well.
I once again tried myself in painting and talked with Vague Mag about it. You can find the full article including pictures of Eniz Fazliov, Daniel Pannemann, Carsten “Barney” Beneker and more HERE.
Together with SOLO skatemag and Lobby skateshop I worked on a little zine which is about friendship, freedom and all those things that we re missing so badly right now. “You don’t know what it’s like” is a 24-page zine starring Christoph Friedmann and Nizan Kasper. You can order it here or here.
A new issue of WASTED TALENT is out. It contains articles about talented people like Alice Phoebe Lou, Tjark Thielker or Lea Schairer.
I was fortunate enough to participate in two of those articles and I am once again blown away by the haptics of the whole mag. Volume VIII can be ordered here.
A childhood fantasy came true when Yannick and I went to explore the Alps with a 1975 Porsche 911 this summer.
Now some polaroids of the trip ended up in SIGHT MAG- a high class print product for Porsche enthusiasts.
Have a good trip!