New Maps: Hogwarts, Twin Peaks & Cmbyn

Here are the last three maps I did 🙂 Next up is a map of Narnia.

 

Stars Hollow and Rocky Beach

Two new maps I made over the course of the week.

Next up: Call Me By Your Name, Twin Peaks and Hogwarts Grounds..

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about opening up a Patreon, so I would be able to do more art. Also, I want to make videos about how I work, how I find inspiration and a lot more. And I was thinking about doing personal maps for you, so there hopefully is a lot to come.

Maps and stuff

Hello again 🙂

I am having a lot of fun doing some illustrated maps in my free time right now. Some weeks ago I did a map of Neverland and as I had so much time this weekend I made a map of Hawkins with all the cool places from Stranger Things. This map thing will be a series (Stars Hollow, Hogwarts and more maps to follow).

On another note, there will be new posters in my shop soon – so stay tuned.

And yesterday I saw Call Me By Your Name in the cinema, and drew a little thing today while listening to the soundtrack.

March Favourites & Mixtape

As today is the last day of March, here are a few of the things I have been enjoying this time of the year. Some tv shows I really loved: The End of the Fucking World//Love Season 3//Poldark. Some other things: my new portable oven, a mirror I got for free, that the sun is out longer every day. (Keep scrolling down for my mixtape)

Some videos:

 


March Mixtape

 

March 18 in books

All of the books I read this month:
peter pan

stuart horten - 8 münzen und eine magische werkstatt

alex, martha und die reise ins verbotene land

das herz ist eine miese gegend

secrets for the mad

fallers große liebe

eigentlich möchte frau blum den milchmann kennenlernen

gregor & der fluch des unterlandes

gregor & das Schwert des kriegers

kindergeschichten (bichsler)


Currently reading: das mysterium der tiere/mr. vertigo

temporarius

A post only filled with warm moments that happened to me in the last two or three months. Some flashes of a past that will never happen that way again. For some things this may be good, others I could relive forever.

A visit from my brother (that smiling dude on the subway), Eiske’s apartment, a café (Little Amsterdam), the last snow at home, a view from the rooftops and the fish market.

Eiske’s Coconut Cake

What you need:

300 g flour

200 g beet sugar

1 pkg baking powder

juice and peel of 1 lemon

100 ml sunflower oil

150 ml water

300 g soy quark

200 g powdered sugar

150 ml coconut oil

Preheat the oven to 175°C, mix the flour, the sugar, the baking powder, the lemon and the sunflower oil together, put it in a 18cm springform pan and bake it for 30 minutes. Let it cool off.

Mix the quark, the powdered sugar and the coconut oil and let it sit for one hour in the freezer. Then put it on the cake and decorate it with almonds, coconut flakes and amaranth.

Here’s the link to the original recipe video.