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Category Archives: winter

DARK MOFO

Dark Mofo.
A festival somewhere over the rainbow.
10-21 June
Hobart
Australia

BADLANDS UNLIMITED: NEW LOVERS TRILOGY

Dazed Digital are calling them “Incredibly fun”, and The Paris Review are calling them “Colorfully hot reads for the thinking pervert”. After some fun, light Summer/Winter reading (depending on your hemisphere)? Badlands Unlimited has recently published the New Lovers Trilogy, including the above pictured, “God, I Don’t Even Know Your Name” by Andrea McGinty -
Eva is [...]

One Night In Berlin

Just in case you’re feeling that Berlin winter blues already: go out at night, and go underground.

FRUITY HOLIDAY

Here’s the first video for Heatsick’s latest release Re-Engineering. The track ‘Mimosa’ in combination with Hanne Lippard’s tropical visuals is truly a weekend starter, and a pleasant contrasting change to the onset of winter..

SHRIGLEY ME DIGGLEY

Pringle of Scotland – Animation by David Shrigley from NeutralZurich on Vimeo.
Everyone loves David Shrigley drawings.  At least a lot of people do.  I really like this one (which by complete coincidence can be bought in various forms through mono.konsum).  If you like David Shrigely drawings, you’ll really really like David Shrigley animations; even [...]

MONO.STUDIO: TSESAY AW 2013 CAMPAIGN

We’ve been doing the occasional jobs and commissions in art direction and design and writing and and and over the years, and slowly, slowly one might be tempted to call it a studio in its own right. One of the more exciting projects has been to develop an advertising strategy for the New York fashion [...]

STORE OF THE MONTH: DRAWN & QUARTERLY / MONTRÉAL

Montréal brings to mind snow, first and foremost, and a certain jazz festival of some renown, and, erm… But hold on, isn’t it also the home of Drawn & Quarterly, that lovely publisher of what is commonly known as graphic novel, home to some true gems such as Daniel Clowes, Adrian Tomine, and even some [...]

MONO.PUNKT #17: VANCOUVER ART/BOOK FAIR 2012

There is a reason that autumn is the time of book fairs galore, because what better time to stock up on volumes of words and pictures to prepare yourself for what’s promising to become a long hard winter? At least in Berlin, we know we have 6 months of misery ahead, and yes, that calls [...]

MONDAY MUSIC: BOYS NOIZE & EROL ALKAN

Bicycle tricks and a bit of oomph for a rainy Monday morning, and why not to get us going for another week of January grey?

Cosy Thursdays presents Kissenkino

Kissenkino (that literally means Pillow Cinema) is a new event happening one evening per month, with the aim of warming up Berlin’s long, sometimes boring and cold winter evenings. Cosy Thursdays propose you to leave the comfort and solitude of your warmed up flat to step into João Cocteau’s space in Neukölln to meet your [...]