Friday, 19 December 2008

more barcelona.

iguanas. orbs, lights, chanel. barcelona 02. bakery street art.

Perhaps an odd combination of pictures, but that is what Barcelona is like! I nearly died when I saw that bakery-themed street art. LOVE!

We handed in our group project today, so I am free from Uni until January 5th, when I have my exam. It feels good to be 'done', but it also means that things are coming to an end... it's less than a month until I leave Denmark. I think I will miss her.

6 comments:

mette/ungt blod said...

I think Denmark will miss you too! take some of her with you.

peachpatrol said...

Just out of curiosity, is there a special code of conduct that one should refer to Denmark as female? I know certain words come in packages such as "Mother Nature" and as Eric Bana declared "Troy is mother to us all - fight for her!" but is there some extra reason to your feminine reference?

steph. said...

no not really... but it's just so cosy and homely here, especially at this time of year... 'it' is too clinical, denmark is more to me than that... it's funny to think about it, hey! i didn't even really realise when i was writing it...

Katrine Ny said...

Hey Steph.
You asked about cool stuff in Malmø. I can't remember if you went there before?
Anyway, my favorite place is the square "Lillatorget" (means "the small square") with some cute old buildings and cobble stones all over. It has a lot of nice cafés and on one of the corners there's a great record store that has a lovely café too (with nice wallpaper + good cakes). Just opposite the record store there's an entrance to an old courtyard. Here you a find the "Design Center" which has excellent exhibitions about design. It also has a nice shop with Scandinavian design. And the whole building is just adorable in my opinion. I'd like to have one of the floors as my apartment!
So, my advice is: Go and find Lillatorget! ;)

Katrine Ny said...

By the way there's also a nice art museum with modern art just a little walk from the center called "konsthallen" (means "the hall of art"). We didn't go there yesterday but you can check it out at: www.konsthall.malmo.se to see what's on at the moment. It's a nice place and it has a good café and book shop too.

kim tori said...

So many iguanas! I love the artwork too.