A freshly brewed cup of Java.

Since my girlfriend got me a french press, my morning routine has changed quite a bit. Thought I’d share those changes by recording my most recent one. By the way – as most of you probably already now -you’re always welcome to have a cup of freshly brewed coffee when you drop by.


Soothing energy

Due to a great lack of time – caused by my exams – I haven’t been posting the many awesome finds I came across during the last couple of weeks. Luckily I’m almost at the finish line, which means I’m able to again provide you with the ultimate entertainment for moments like these.

Pro Rider Danny MacAskill – also known as Taggart – has an amazing story leading up to this indescribably amazing video. Back in 2009 he recorded a 5-minute video together with his flatmate and uploaded it on Youtube, rendering him instant fame. The video was a direct hit which displayed an extraordinary  amount of talent, originality and quite frankly also balls. It was only rightly so that a short while after the video, he was given a sponsorship by RedBull. A few months ago MacAskill and his crew decided to take on a journey from Edinburgh back to his hometown Dunvegan, in the Isle of Skye. The intense energy of this sport combined with the soothing songs, that were also parent in his first video, make this a must see for just about everybody. I could go on for hours about this video, but I’ll let the images speak for themselves, so check it out and enjoy.

In a world of vinyl

I’ve always been fond of some nice stop-motion, as you already know, especially if there’s vinyl involved. This next video was made by Chopsy (director Darren Robbie), the idea was to show us what happens to the old vinyl people used to play. It was shot in a variety of locations around Bristol and was created by shooting entirely in camera. The whole project was created in around 7 months  by Chopsy and some of his friends. the soundtrack to this masterpiece was made by Architeq, as were the sound effects. This one’s a really nice, soo check it out below and enjoy!

“what happens to all the old vinyl people used to play? From out of attics, rubbish bins & forgotten shelving, the records are summoned to an old warehouse by a mysterious ‘collector’.”