Paris is one of Europe's hotspots for emerging street art. French artist Invader startet to place his Space Invaders in Paris around 1998. In the following years, Space Invaders appeared all over the world, ... more »
The city of Venice and its bay are among my favorite places. I love going there in winter, when persistent fog, high tide and abandoned canals offer a rough yet unique and authentic experience. ... more »
The following pictures have been taken on the Albona mountain in the Austrian Alps, sometime in late march 2015. I was up on the mountain during rather bad weather conditions and after a while, even fog ... more »
I like places. That's why I like travelling.
But my definition of "travelling" does not necessarily include the need to move far from the places one usually spends one's time or calls home. I found, ... more »
In the heart of Tuscany, Italy lies a small village called Collodi. It happened to be the birthplace of Carlo Lorenzini’s mother. Carlo himself spent a major part of his childhood there and later became ... more »
Tucked away behind some regular, old and venerable Venetian houses, not far away from the jetty and the sea on one side and to Arsenale on the other side lies a different sort of Venetian building. ... more »
Words can hardly describe what I feel for this video clip, which I discovered recently. The short movie "C'était und rendez-vous", by Claude Lelouch, dates back to 1976 and is about 8 minutes and ... more »
What is this?
By the time of writing this post, Cachemonet.com has been online for a while already. Still, upon revisiting the site again today after a couple of months, the question still arises. ... more »
The word "tag", at least in the way we mostly use it today, has actually been "invented" by graffiti and street artists. It's something like the signature of the artist, a short graphical logo to credit ... more »
I've always been a fan of taking pictures of typography or signs on the go. It's everywhere around us – beautiful, ugly, shiny and new or weathered and rotten. Actually it's pretty impossible to go from ... more »