Lazy Sunday Links #3

Bea Szenfeld is a Swedish theatrical fashion designer who creates amazing whole-body pieces out of paper and cardboard. ''Haute Papier'' is a collection designed for Spring/Summer 2014., but I haven't seen it until about a week ago and I think it's worthy of sharing!
Bea also made garments worn by Bjork and Lady Gaga (for her video G.U.Y).

Just WHO doesn't love winter scarves? If there's one thing I can't get enough is the warm feeling of a colorful scarf wrapped around my neck during the coldest winter days. This year my mum is crafting me a long orange one! Take a look at these ones suggested by Refinery29!

Entrepreneur contributor Jacqueline Whitmore shares some tips on Ways to Get People to Believe, Like and Respect You!

What a great way to start the week, isn't it?

Alexandra Avakian, a photographer working for Time and the New York Times was at the scene in 1989. during the fall of the Berlin Wall. You may or may not believe in the story she wrote (although I see no reason why she would lie about it), but the astounding photographs she had taken there are bone-chilling!

On a lighter note: where will you be on New Year's Eve? Instagram photographer @josephowen shares some incredible London views! Well, just a suggestion :)

One of the young photographers whose work I regularly follow, the Munchen-based Laura Zalenga, starred in a beautifully poetic music video by Dobre'! She runs through fog, city streets and woods, but you have to watch it until the end to understand the meaning! :) 

First blog post

Hi everyone! :)

I’m so excited that I finally started my blog, something I’ve been meaning to do for the past year.

Getting through college (Academy of applied arts; I still need to major next year) taught me one thing: you learn more from your fellow colleagues and friends than from professors.
Furthermore, you learn more on your own; be that exploring the internet, watching tutorials and, of course, making your lazy self get off that chair and go practice into THE REAL WORLD (this sounds scary).

I’ll be covering a lot of topics in my comfy little space of the net here, which can be divided into these categories:
1. behind the scenes photos + videos (yay, videos!)
2. showcasing my latest projects
3. thoughts and opinions about various photography-related stuff
4. tutorials

… and I’m thinking about conducting interviews with photographers I admire, but let’s leave that for now as a Plan B, just an option I’ve been thinking about.
Blogging is rewarding in terms of self-growth, but also time-consuming.

So, to paraphrase Albus Dumbledore (#HarryPotterFan): ”I’ll continue writing this blog in the hope that you will find it entertaining and instructive.”