New Print available at Society6: A Japan garden culture Collage/Edit by Peter Schildwächter with a vintage illustration by Anton Seder from the year 1887. A japanese hand fan with beautiful Ginkgo Leafs in a warm summer light with the red dot of the japanese flag.
ASCII Lovers hold back! Your time has come again. This will look great on the wall of your coding hell or your web wizard office. Celebrate the purity of pixel free low memory usage. Love your roots. This was our mail footer back in the golden days and is my latest on demand graphic.
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Fall colors, Neandertal, Mettmann and Erkrath, Germany. Yesterday. The Neanderthal Man got its name from the Neandertal Valley. In 1856 remains of the Homo neanderthalensis were found here for the first time.
…and such beautiful colors! I ran to the display in auspicious ecstasy but unfortunately these are actually spray cans. I like the design but would have loved such super fat Edding markers (compare the size of the normal permanent markers on the right side). Edding is very popular in Germany, their company name is used as a generic name for permanent markers. Seen in this shop in Mettmann.
Live readings by German Author Philipp Schiemann, Düsseldorf, 2001. CD-Cover Artwork by Jürgen Schildwächter, JJCK Düsseldorf. Photo by Saskia Boachie.
Ein Mann zieht ein Klavier auf einem Hubwagen hinter sich her und lacht, während ich ihn im Vorbeifahren fotografiere. Aufgenommen vom Fahrrad während einer Maitour im Münsterland. Jedes Jahr am 1. Mai machen Münsterländer Maitouren, mit Bierfass oder -kästen im Fahrradanhänger und feucht-fröhlichen Pausen.
Snapshot from the bicycle – A man pulling a piano on a hand lift truck through rural Münsterland. He smiled when I took a photo while passing him on my bike. I was on a May tour with family and friends. On May 1st, people in the German Münsterland traditionally make a May tour, a bike tour with a barrel or crates of beer in a bike trailer and several boozy and jolly stopovers.