Friday, 30 April 2010

Damien Hirst & Michael Joo at Haunch of Venison, Berlin

M,S,G, 2010 by Michael Joo @ Haunch of Venison, Berlin from Juli Fox on Vimeo.

Michael Joo & Damien Hirst opening Haunch of Venison, Berlin from Juli Fox on Vimeo.

Friday Night is Allright

"... everyday should be a friday night." And tonight is not just any friday night. It is the kick off to Berlin's gallery weekend, Walpurgis night, opening of Damien Hirst exhibition and the first official night of Berlin's SoHo house. Morgen heißt es dann chillen im Görli, modernes Tee trinken in der O-Straße und raven am Spreewaldplatz. Ach ja und dann ist da noch diese nicht so süße Sache mit der Bornholmer Straße... Die Bar hat ein Video dazu gemacht.

Thursday, 29 April 2010

About Blank

Hobnox TV is offline. That means that when you click the label "Portfolio", a lot of the times you just see a white square instead of a report. As a replacement for all the iNterviews that were there, I herewith post the iNterview Mashup from 2008-2009. It's like a postcard from my internet startup time.

Sunday, 18 April 2010

Tuesday, 13 April 2010

Darwin Deez instore London

This is the last of the series of Darwin Deez Blog entries, I promise. Yesterday I was amongst the first 100 people or so the receive his album and watch him play the songs live in an instore event in the record shop/Café Pure Groove in London.

Sunday, 11 April 2010

Tweed Run 2010

My favorite bike saddle company Brooks send me to London this weekend to make a video report on the Tweed Run. That is a bike ride where everyone dresses up in Tweed and rides on vintage bicycles through central London. 

Even though it is only the second time travel of this kind which Ted Young-Ing and his friends organized, the online registration for the 400 places was full within 45 minutes. Of course many more  tweeders showed up at the Tate Britain starting point, so that we were around 600 riders. For me the best things about this event were the friendly reactions from the people in the streets and that the riders talked and acted according to their new tweed outfits. Maybe next year this event will be called the Gentleman's Run. Here is a little video from the organizers.
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