Berlinale after show party 2February 24 in Germany ⋅ 🌧 7 °C
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Mein Kumpel, Benny Eicher, Filmproduzent, der für seinen Film "der Weisse Massai Krieger" bei der Berlinale, in der Rubrik "cinemaforpeace" nominiert war, hat mich zu einer aftershow Party in einen Berliner Club mit unausprechlichem Namen eingeladen.
Ich glaube, den ganzen celebrities war es am Anfang etwas langweilig. So hab ich die etwas unterhalten und die fanden es auch ganz lustig, mal wieder was zu malen. Viele sagten mir, dass die das letzte mal im Kindergarten was gemalt habenRead more
Today I was at a demonstration for "Friday for Future" in my small hometown. I think it was organized by the church and not by some pupils from school.
So grabbed my "dream equipment" and went there. After all the speeches the people opened the buffet (coffee and cakes) for networking, socializing and let the people mingle and talk to each other. I met some "homies", who I did not see for ages.
There was one girl, who even installed a "brainstorming wall", where people could stick post its with ideas, how to improve the village. That reminded me to my job as a creativity coach.
I asked the people about their dreams and let them draw them in the hexagons.
Even the priest of my hometown was drawing his dreams.
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Friday night I met some guys at the campground or better: parking lot where the kitesurf school is. Here are lots of VW buses and other vans, people are doing BBQ or talking about their highlights of kiting of the day. So the guys ask me to join their group. I went to my bus, got some wine and snacks and returned to the group at the other VW bus. I was chatting with one of them longer and we were talking about philosophy of life and about "living in the moment"..... Because we can not live in the past and not in the future. We can only live in this very, very moment now in the present.
She told me that she and her friend already live their dream. They create very beautiful... - I would calli "surfer jewelery/handcrafts" made of natural elements and also artwork and paintings with surfer themes or drawings related to water. So they travel around in their bus, enjoy freedom and life and sell their creations.
The next day I visited their "creative market place", which was 20m next to my bus. First we were wondering if we would recognize each other, because the night before it was almost pitch black when we were talking.
Yes, we did, haha. They were busy all day, because tourists and the kitesurfers here liked their work.
Finally, when they had a bit of free time in the evening, they were drawing their dream in a hexagon and added the 3 hashtags/keywords to their drawing.
I just post this and then I will put here their website and Insta-adress.
And sorry: I will rotate and adjust their hexagons soon!Read more
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I met a cool group at the beach, who liked the idea of sketching your dreams. Even if we were not talking so much about each other's dreams in detail, we ended up thinking about new ideas and inventions the world needs to make people happy or enable a better lifeRead more
I stopped here to do one week a starter course for kite-surfing. I have chosen that, because this kind of sport in the nature and element of water, wind and power is the right thing for me as a balance for all the "brain-work" I usually do.
Good choice so far!Read more
I animated people to draw their dream of life in the hexagon shaped papers. Some were from Holland. After having sketched a bit, I guessed they wanted to continue their sightseeing route to the Bundestag. But they said : "We stay here. We are not in a hurry. We are on holiday!" So they really enjoyed beeing at the "Pencil-Bus", ready for some photoshooting!Read more
By coincidence it happened that at the beach were I have been, there was a beachvalley all tournament.
I have taken the chance and managed to meet the winners of the tournament. They liked the idea of sketching and visualizing the dreams. So they have taken themselves the time (although there was a lot to do for them) and were drawing their dream.
Cool results and really relaxed and peaceful atmosphere!Read more
That was funny: I was looking for open minded people to do some drawings, when suddenly a group of 6 men appeared. Obviously it was a bachelor party group. Their "boss" told me: "hey, you look like a fun guy! Would you be willing to do a challenge for us? We have to find people to do crazy stuff - that's part of the game!" I said :"Sure! Give me the challenge!" I had to sniff some dodgy fisherman's friend-menth-smelling-snooze white powder. I was a bit scared. It might have been a strange drug and I never take any drugs. I sniffed it. I just felt some extreme, sharp fishermans friend odeur in my nose. I told the guys : hey, I have to fit in one hour as I have to be in a creativity workshop! They all had to lough and I still thought it could have been something weird. But it was just menthe agains flu.
After that, they were all keen on drawing their dreams of life on the hexagon.Read more
This is were the tour start. In my hometown MAINZ. Every saturday from spring to summer, there is the market breakfast, where people meet, having a glass of wine. Or two.
I started sketching the dome, the landmark and very center of Mainz, when people approached because they were interested, what I am doing. They liked the idea of drawing ones dreams and the vision and mission of the biggest mosaik. Finally, when I wanted to go home on motorbike, still wearing the shirt and bow, people stopped me to ask, why I am wearing this special dress. So I parked the motorbike, explained the story and they wanted to participate in this "dream-mission".Read more