Monthly Archives: November 2014


Talibanksy: Spray-Painting A New Culture in Kabul

From the living room of my Brooklyn apartment, I’m having a conversation via Skype with a self-described “part-time vandal and photographer” who’s lived in Kabul, Afghanistan, for the last 3 years. I tracked him down because I was curious about a workshop he and his friends organized there last year […]


Berlin Tempelhof World Fair – The World is Not Fair.

The one thing Berlin with all it’s eventful history never had is a world fair. The fact that fame-hungry Emperor Wilhem II. would oppose such a fair and would not be interested in showing the “hereditary enemy” France, which in numerous world fairs had proven it’s industrial strength and had […]


Skateistan – The Tale of Skateboarding Book Launch

“Skateistan – The Tale of Skateboarding in Afghanistan” – Book Launch In May Curbs&Stoops interview Skateistan’s Alexandra Bald. Just recently this inspirational NGO proudly launched their new book project „Skateistan – The Tale of Skateboarding in Afghanistan“ with an evening full of interesting talks, wonderful photographs and beautiful music. The […]


Desertmed NGBK

Satellites have completely mapped our planet and there doesn’t seem to be a square inch left on it’s surface that isn’t claimed by governments and/or individuals. But nonetheless there are still many unknown, deserted, lonesome and mysterious places for us to discover and to enjoy. These places don’t carry their […]