Maker Spirit|The old workshop in the cafe, open the nostalgic paradise of the five senses: Vienna SUPERSENSE MANUFACTORY & CAFE

Photography/ Cinny & Gebhard Sengmüller & Marco Christian Krenn. Part of Images Courtesy of SUPERSENCE. When I was young, I always loved playing with my father’s black negative camera, and the heavy old Minolta was hanging on my chest. It’s a digital camera that doesn’t exist yet. In the era, the film was expensive and lacked digital post-production software. My father often told me that pressing the shutter is a prudent "ceremony." In recent years, "Ancient Props" and "Vinyl Records" seem to be synonymous with the tastes of the young artists of the following times; casually visiting Dadaotun or Qingtian Street, they can always find charming carvings in small but mysterious shops. A birch dressing table, a full-length mirror with a neoclassical feel, or a vinyl record player with a sense of grandeur and an old-fashioned charm. In this era of rapid digitalization of information flow, old things, old crafts and old houses are more precious, trying to teach us to slow down, appreciate and cherish. Photography/ Gebhard Sengmüller. Photography/ Gebhard Sengmüller. The pity for the old things is not only on the island, the scene comes to Vienna, in the Leopoldstadt area where few tourists stop, SUPERSENSE MANUFACTORY & CAFE is here. The nostalgic boom in the city. The predecessor of the building was originally the royal palace of the past, the high arches made of marble, the gorgeous and vivid colors and decorative style of Baroque... Although the interior was completely renovated, it was still able to sniff from the pattern of gracefulness. The aristocratic atmosphere left behind by the building. Photography/ Gebhard Sengmüller. Photography/ Cinny. Photography/ Gebhard Sengmüller. Photography/ Gebhard Sengmüller. Wandering in the store, always inadvertently attracted by the old objects that radiate the sense of the times. The front of the spacious indoor cafe, with an old-fashioned bar, hand-painted Gutenberg fonts depicting fine bean bills and today's craft beer; on one side of the wall is a piece of old-fashioned, old-fashioned Black and white photo. Compared to the “concept store”, SUPERSENSE is more like an old-school museum made up of old cameras, old printing presses, writing desks and antique sofas; classical space style, talented creative team, and intimate and charming service and objects. Engage visitors to linger on. Photography/ Cinny....

Bordeaux Walking | Art Revolution in the Abandoned Barracks, Darwin Art Settlement

Photography/ Cinny. Part of images courtesy of Darwin Éco-système. Bordeaux, a large city in the southwest of France, is cut by the Garonne, which flows through it. The classical buildings on the left bank are built in the 18th century, graceful and elegant. The city's cityscape makes the city an alias for "Little Paris" and the center of municipality, economy and culture in the last three centuries. However, looking at the BASTIDE area on the right bank of the Garonne, there are distinct urban landscapes. Rebar and cement can be seen everywhere. It is the cradle of the new construction of the local government in the past ten years. Compared with the high housing prices in the old city, this area is like a place of birth, and has become the foothold of art and entrepreneurs in recent years. Photography/ Cinny. Photography/ Cinny. Among them, the Darwin Éco-système, which is transformed into an elegant attitude, is the most fashionable cultural settlement in Bordeaux, and it has a working environment suitable for creators in various fields. The energy-sufficient, environmentally friendly and avant-garde complex space atmosphere attracts many street artists and athletes to station, giving this old but youthful building a new look. Before the metamorphosis, the historical story of the abandoned military camp was built in 1850. Darwin settled in the two existing old buildings, which were originally military supplies stores. After the Franco-Prussian War of 1870, the government rebuilt it as "La Caserne Niel"; in the 19th and early 20th centuries, the Neil Barracks were home to many soldiers at the time, for half a century. Therefore, it is also known as "Quartier Niel". During the Second World War, it was also the place where the German army placed Spanish prisoners, with the aim of building a large number of submarines for war. Image Courtesy of Darwin Éco-système. Image Courtesy of Darwin Éco-système. In 2005, after the French army was evacuated, it became a showcase for graffiti and street art; in the mottled broken wall, these young creators picked up the paintbrush. Let the old military camp, which was originally ridiculously ridiculous, add a rare and lively look with the artistic vitality. However, due to years of idleness, it has also faced the fate of being demolished. Reluctant to see the destruction of this rare cultural community, the two young French entrepreneurs and freelancers decided to take over the abandoned military camp and develop a team called "Equipe Evolution" with the local community, hoping to flip the power of the people. The old abandoned space is used to create a city place suitable for symbiosis and sharing. Photography/ Cinny. Photography/ David Manaud. Image Courtesy of Darwin Éco-système. Photography/ Cinny....

Walking in Barcelona | Shuttle "Grace" Lane, life minor in the small Bohemian neighborhood

Whenever I return to my beloved Barcelona, ​​I always get used to an afternoon to hang around in the Gràcia alley in the northwest of the city. Today, Gracia is also known as the "Grace District". Before the end of the 19th century, it was still an independent town. With the expansion of the city, the town and the nearby villages have been merged into the city of Barcelona. Photography/ Cinny. Photography/ Cinny. Photography/ Cinny. The “Grace District” is smartly away from the crowded and harassed city centre. It has been popular with artists in recent years. During the daytime, young people gather here to talk about the guitar. Among them are many immigrants from Central Asia, South America and Arabia, and Gracia, which is unique in its originality, adds a mysterious and lively exotic color. This time, open the map of this area and follow the footsteps of the young people in the area to visit this charming neighborhood known as "Bashii Bohemian". Les Cathrinettes|Caps on the corner of the girl Photography/ Cinny. Photography/ Cinny. I remember the hour holding the popcorn, I know a little in the father's study that loves the movie, "Awkward Lady", the male and female protagonist The girl who loves the story has long been unable to remember, but in the film, Hepburn’s head is tied with two smooth and elegant pink ribbons, and the tall straw hat is hand-made, so she can never forget. How important is the hat for appearance and style? You may be able to find the answer at Les Cathrinettes. The owner, Gema Galdon, was a high school teacher with her short brown hair and deep facial features. She has a delightful talent – ​​designing a hat, with her talent and enthusiasm, she retired from work two years ago. Concentrate on the headwear design. Image Courtesy of Les Cathrinettes. Image Courtesy of Les Cathrinettes. Image Courtesy of Les Cathrinettes. Image...

The glimmer of the lanes: the old-fashioned craftsmanship, walk into the DOS TALLERS ceramics studio in Barcelona

Photography/Cinny unless stated otherwise. I often heard that my friends who arrived in Spain first arrived in Spain, and they took the unsettled baggage with enthusiasm and embarked on the famous La Rambla in Barcelona. The cheap fashion flagship store is lingering. The fashionable items on the shelves were picked up and put down by the young girls, and the suede boots and the coarse-knit sweaters that were lucky to fall into the shopping basket were always in the same way, and they couldn’t help but have the ball and the flat sole. In less than two seasons, Replace the old one. Thinking of the winter before the cold current in previous years, my mother saw me coming up north with a jacket and a thin sweater. She turned and sneaked her young wool scarf into my arms while packing her luggage. The weather is cold, don't wear warm clothes. Just like a childhood dream scarf, light and soft like a low-pitched lullaby, the embroidery is delicate and charming with the blue outline of the lake, and the needles can feel the care of the weaver, which is the delicate handwork that can not be replaced by fast fashion. Located in the northwestern part of Barcelona, ​​Gracia, as the name "grace" means, if the skyline of Gaudí is the language of God, then Gracia is the creative water in the city. In the fashionable and small lanes of this area, there are many young artists who are self-reliant, and craftsmen who have been working in metalworking, leather or ceramics for a long time. They are not unassuming, they are lame, and they are silently on their own side. The world is cultivating, trying to resist the rise of fast fashion with the craft in hand. Among them, Dos Tallers is such a hand-made workshop combining textile and pottery. Break into the stone brick lanes of the roundabout and accidentally miss the wooden door with the words "Dos Tallers" on it. "Dos" is the "double" in Catalan, and "Taller" is the meaning of the studio. The appearance of Dos Tallers is low-key and calm, exuding a reassuring and rustic smell, just like two A temperamental hostess. In this small workshop divided into two, it is dotted with a variety of delicate buttons and ceramic art. It is the working space of ceramic artist Victoria Ibars; all kinds of weaving and wood in the wall-mounted storage cabinet The delicate buttons of the grain and porcelain are dazzling, and the large workbench is a lively and bizarre pottery design, as well as a bundle of cotton threads and unformed clay. "This is all I have in my life," Victoria said with a smile. Graduated from the Institute of Technology in Barcelona, ​​she has been involved in ceramics for 18 years. She used to design ceramics and furniture. She is interested in fashion and occasionally orders buttons and necklaces for many old customers. Such as personal accessories. At one time, Victoria's jewellery works were unexpectedly favored by cutting-edge designers and on Fashion Week. Today, she is a professional ceramics artist and a professional button craftsman. When talking about buttons, she is more than anyone else: "If it is a black velvet round neck dress, it will be more elegant with antique gold-plated buttons. As for the cloak with a oxford feel, the marble button is made of marble. It will add a few maturity and solemnity. Although Spain is a big country of fast fashion brands (laughs), I still have a lot of old guests, I like to choose the right cloth on the cloth store, discuss the style and tailoring with the tailor, and then choose Neckline, buttons and cufflinks. For them, "pick selection" is a must, and a tasteful exercise." And at the other end of the Dos Tallers space, there are many soft, colorful cloaks and scarves. And cleverly matched with the gentleman's hat and leather gloves, this is the work space of the other owner of the workshop, Anna Solà. Dressed in a plain wool shawl, she is gently combing the wool shawl in the hand of Peru's traditional hand-woven method. Anna's textile works are all pure natural silk, linen and wool. The three woven looms behind them are handmade. Different from Victoria's enthusiasm, this woman who seems to be elegant, rigorous and even shy, was originally a linguistic teacher at a university, not only Spanish, English and Catalan, but also French. Céret resident artist, she can also speak fluent French. Image Courtesy of Dos Tallers. Image Courtesy of Dos Tallers. Image Courtesy of Dos...

Bordeaux Art Roaming | Lightly stepping on the border between the national and the flesh and dancing with art in the wine country: 2017 FAB Art Festival (below)

In 1990, the wall of Berlin collapsed and the Germans, which had been divided for nearly 35 years, finally merged into a brotherly kiss in the cheers of democracy and freedom. Today, thirty years later, people are naive to think that the world is moving towards imagination. When the community marched forward, the world at the other end of the earth began to change its atmosphere. It turned out to be the border between the United States and Mexico, where conflicts and controversies were always going on. A high wall was quietly built. In the era when this border is blurred, what does the appearance and ablation of "wall" and "boundary" mean? In the past few decades, sexual minorities in society have been forced to leave and migrating on the edge of the framework. Today, some people still live with the dust, while others fail to catch the emotional loss. Their love is constantly being written, inscribed, and sung, and the body that overflows the border becomes a shackle, making the freedom of the empire an illusion. 'El plastico con el viv vivimos' by LUZINTERRUPTUS. Photography/ Cinny & Pierre Planchenault. 'El plastico con el que vivimos' by LUZINTERRUPTUS. Photography/ Cinny. 'El plastico con el que vivimos' by LUZINTERRUPTUS. Photography/ Pierre Planchenault. This year's Festival Artistique de Bordeaux (FAB), in the first part, we explored the city by means of landscape art; this article uses FAB to distinguish between "land on the map" and "sex/division". As for the theme drama of the title, how do we view the similarities and differences between the nationality/culture and even the gender identity by taunting or even ridiculously arranging the people who are born in the post-millennial era? And how do the wanderers on these borders shuttle through the horrible thorns? Haskell Junction: A road trip to the history of the United States and Canada 'Haskell Junction' by...

Bordeaux Art Roaming | Explore the “Best Place to Live in France” with Art as a Compass: 2017 FAB Art Festival (Part 1)

Located in Bordeaux, Aquitaine in southwestern France, west of the Atlantic Ocean, the southwest coast of Midsummer is a surf destination for the French; in the south it is connected to the Pyrenees, with Spain Neighboring, sitting on thousands of wineries, the unique wine red is in her name. Classical and modern cityscape, elegant and young urban atmosphere, this is the "Community of Paris and Antwerp" in the mouth of the great writer. Image Source: French Tourism Development Agency. Photography/ Thomas Sanson. Image Source: French Tourism Development Agency. In 2017, the world's most versatile guide, LONELY PLANET, published the most suitable city in France. Among them, Bordeaux ranks first; there are 18th-century cultural heritage, as many as 15 colleges and universities, Bordeaux's old and young, which allows her to show the different appearances of other historical cities. Every year, more than 20 large and small art festivals take place here, spanning movies, music, theaters and urban landscapes, with cultural heritage and creative energy. Among them, the Festival Artistique de Bordeaux (FAB) is the hustle and bustle of the city. 2017 Bordeaux International Arts Festival exciting events and performances. Photography/ Pierre Planchenault. 'A string Section' by Reckless Sleepers. Photography/ Gregory Edelein. 'BACCHANTES' by Marlene Monteiro Freitas. Photography/ Gregory Edelein. 'GUINTCHE' by...