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Monthly Archive for July, 2011

Hugo Werner

I love Hugo Werner’s collages, he’s brilliant at mixing old photos with typography and different types of ripped paper. Check out more of his work here.

Kew – Royal Botanical Gardens 2

Second part of my visual story of Kew – Royal Botanical Gardens:

Kew – Royal Botanical Gardens 1

I was lucky enough to be offered a free ticket to Kew – Royal Botanical Gardens in Richmond, so I hopped on the train from East London, which takes around 1 hour. When I first arrived to Kew Station, it felt like being back in the country side village where I spend many summers as a kid. Then I walked in 10 minutes and came to the Victoria Gate entrance of Kew Gardens. As soon as I entered the garden, I knew this was going to be a good day. I brought my camera with me and this is my visual story of Kew Gardens. Make sure to visit if you are in London in the Summer. This is part 1:


I just came back from Kew – Royal Botanical Gardens in Richmond, and I’m so overwhelmed with how beautiful the garden is. I have taken a trillion photos, but this is just a few to give you a quick impression of how amazing it was. I will make a longer post with more photos when I’ve had time to rest my feet and put soothing creme on my sunburnt face. What a lovely day!

Kew – Royal Botanic Gardens

I’m going to Kew – Royal Botanic Gardens today and I’m bringing my camera. I have no expectations, but I have a feeling that it will be huge. This is a fine art illustration of Kew Gardens from The Illustrated London News dated 1867.

Dan Hillier

I work at a lovely gallery in East London, and I just met Dan Hillier yesterday, as we are starting to sell his screen-prints. I’m already a big fan of his work, which is mostly collages that he create from old illustrations in books he finds at antique markets from all over the world. The feminine screen-prints are amazing and just something for Wunderbuzz, so here’s my favorites for you to see:

Check his work out here.


By the amazing Harry Callahan in 1984.

Willy Rizzo

Is the photographer behind these amazing photos.

Brassai (Gyula Halasz)

Is one of my top favorite photographers.

Marloes Horst

For Princesse Tam Tam.