Supermarket of the Future

Posted on | July 13, 2014

This Is What Supermarkets Of The Future Look Like…
Two young German entrepreneurs worked for over a year to make their dream of eco-friendly supermarkets a reality. Finally – a world of totally package-free food shopping. Bless. REWE, take a good look.




Posted on | October 24, 2012

Colour trends are something that brand managers need to be aware of, and the Pantone colour trend is something to keep an eye on as the trends in clothing spread to the largest industries worldwide, such as the car industry, the entertainment industry, the perfume industry and so on.  Colour trends can provide broad insight into the emotions that are expected to affect consumers in the short term. The psychology of colour marketing and colour branding exist for a reason.

Listen to the trends and predictions and look for creative ways to integrate them effectively into your own branding initiatives.

Pantone colour of the year 2012 was TANGERINE ORANGE:


The PANTONE colour of the year is revealed in December of each year. So stay tuned and check PANTONE’s website in time!

I’ve recently learnt about the fashion colour report SPRING 2013 which lists these colors:

Monaco Blue is one of the top colours within the PANTONE Fashion Colour Report Spring 2013 that has been picked up by numerous industries already – see below:

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Urban Canvas in São Paulo

Posted on | October 9, 2012

No better example for an urban canvas than this one. Especially from a city that forcefully had to focus on art when São Paulo’s mayor passed the ‘clean city law’, forbidding any form of communication outdoors. With no advertising around, artists started to occupy walls and threw colour and contemporary shapes at spaces in Brazil’s megasized city.


This is what São Paulo looked like in 2005 when I spent a few weeks there. It seriously felt like the most cluttered place of all cities I had ever travelled to:

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Posted on | May 16, 2012

Not off into space which would refer to another ‘f’, but to a conference that ‘feeds the future’.

What is OFFF?
OFFF is a way of understanding art. A way of life. Evolving and transforming.

Born as a post-digital culture festival, a meeting place to host contemporary creation through an in depth programme of conferences, workshops and performances by the most relevant artists of our time, OFFF features stunning artists, designers, developers, such as Fantasy Interactive, Lucy Mcrae, Somewhat, Yuko Shimizu, Matt Lambert, Radical Friend, Attik, Jonathan Harris, Joshua Davis, and many other highlights these days.

I’ll be reporting from Barcelona every day. So, stay tuned.