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One more chapter – in random order – to my interrail story from 1978, now from London. (Here you can find Isle of Skye and Paris.) The train arrived from Scotland to King’s Cross. That very early morning in July 1978 … Continue reading
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Paris, seen by an aimless but curious interrail traveller with a camera in July 1978. (Click a picture to open the gallery.)
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The most western large island of Scotland, Isle of Skye and there the village of Uig was my utmost destination during my interrail and hitchhike trip in summer 1978. I planned to spend the night in the youth hostel of … Continue reading
But what ‘Goo’ was originally? It was an album of Sonic Youth, an American alternative rock band, released 1990.
The drawing in the sign was the cover of the album, made by Raymond Pettibon. His inspiration was a photo of the witnesses in the case of the Moors murders serial killers, taken by unknown paparazzi 1966.
So, what we can see as a sign of a shop is a) a design based on b) an album cover using c) a drawing, which was based on d) a photograph in a magazine.
Efficient re-use of a photograph, isn’t it.
Posted in Artsy, Germany, Photo, photography, Travel, Valokuvaus
Tagged Berlin, copyright, design, Goo, Oderberger Strasse, sign, Sonic Youth
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Rocks and calm sea around Bengtskär lighthouse (Gulf of Finland) during early morning and late evening last September. (All images are HDR renders of three pictures.)
Two different views to the new architecture in Berlin.
The first is a site of new buildings of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, BMBF) on the northern side of river Spree, at Kapelle-Ufer Street. Administrative style?
The second view is from Nöldnerstrasse, an apartment house near Ostkreuz train station. How to categorize this style?
(I’m not pretending to know much about architecture. I just try to keep my eyes open …)