kindly described our book
as “a tightly edited, yet inexhaustible look into the lives of Berliners, in which the pared down elegance of the enviable high-ceilinged, low-rent residences, which permeate the city’s districts, are beautifully portrayed.” We are honored!
Invisible Lines posted our extensive interview with Jacob and Nathan of Haw-Lin, saying “it hasn’t even ruined the mystery” which is a big compliment since the two graphic designers are pretty low key. Even better that we could give you an inside look, without exposing too much.
The Greek style icon Yatzer wished all of his facebook attachés a happy Valentines Day with the beautiful shot of Jen Gilpins and Maxime Ballesteros‘ Hands.
The German magazine Cicero is happy that Berlins creative scene as portrayed by us, is not only an idealized construction of soap operas and advertising agencies, but that it is real and alive. They call it “Improvisation des guten Geschmacks”.
By browsing through our site, SFGirlbyBay got inspired to take a trip to Berlin. Call us up when you are around, Victoria!
Besides sharing the beautiful outcome of our collaborative day together with Ramon Haindl, the Haw-Lin boys gave credit to farmer Rolf Henkes bright orange barn by grouping it with a picture of tropical plants.
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