Print is dead. Long live print.
The other day the Adrenalin Verlag Hamburg sent us their latest work called "revvv". I knew that there's a new mag on its way, but holding it in my hands is another thing – because revvv is different. It is half magazine, half book and bilingual. I take my hat off – I know what it takes to publish German/English. It's a mountain of work.
The magazine is published twice a year, always with a central subject. This issue deals with the Le Mans 24 Hours – 260 pages full of passion about the probably toughest race of the world.
You can order your copy here.
"Chosen from hundreds of concept cars produced between 1932 and the present day, Dream Cars (May 21 - September 07, 2014) presents some of the world's most breathtaking concept cars built between 1934 and 2001. Like most concept cars, those on display were never intended for production. Imagine an egg-shaped electric car, an exterior surface made of flexible fabric, or a jet fighter rolling down the highway – all of these were among the ideas dreamed up by designers and are featured in these galleries."
Well, if you are still looking for a reason to go on vacation to Atlanta – what about this brilliant Motorkultur exhibition?
Usually I am not very interested in fashion, but this one's different. For the AW14 (Paris Fashion Week), Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld turned their catwalk into a high-end supermarket. Fully stocked with not just products, but Chanel products. Which is amazing.
As we know what it takes to create an own product (Chromjuwelen Motor Öl), we have to pay our respect for Chanel's work. Btw, they even offer a fake engine oil: Coco Carbone.