The Road Not Taken

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I was inspired by the poem The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost and by the pattern in the old paper sheet, the road was there all the time...

"I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference."

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Home is where your heart is

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Home is where your heart is
- about visiting and welcoming friends, and going where you feel you belong.

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Family Secrets Unspoken

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Family Secrets Unspoken

-Always tell the truth, do not lie, they were taught as children. But the grey zone of things not to be told and never to be mentioned, to keep up appearances, grew wider. The family secrets remained unspoken and forced them to silently fade into the wallpaper...

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Gatekeepers - Click to Zoom

Keeping the silence...

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Rediscovered - forgotten paths, revisited

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Actually I made these drawings with pen on paper many years ago, but revived them some months ago in Autodesk Sketchbook Pro and posted them as my first series on Behance. Recently I then decided to redraw them in an enhanced quality. Hope you enjoy :)

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The Second Homeland

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As you might see I love the British countryside!

It is simply beautiful. The coastal lines, the green hills, the old villages and castles remind one of an ancient time of kings, knights and fair ladies and one fully understand why it has been, and still is, an inspiring scenario for all the brilliant British crime writers.

To move, to breathe, to fly, to float,
To gain all while you give,
To roam the roads of lands remote,
To travel is to live.

H.C. Andersen - "The Fairy Tale of My Life: An Autobiography"

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Among friends

Hors d'oeuvres, Bruschetta with grilled Goat Cheese
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Grilled Goat Cheese Bruschettas with Acacia Honey

My brother and sister in law made us these lovely Bruschettas on one of the warm summer evenings we have had this year in Berlin

Lightly toasted slices of whole wheat baguette with extra-virgin olive oil
Goat cheese
Fresh rosemary
Salt and freshly ground black pepper

Serve the Bruschettas with a good organic Acacia honey.


Book cover art

Cover illustration for J.D. Salingers "The Catcher in the Rye"
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My cover illustrations for good reads

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Illustrations: Travelling north

A journey through the British countryside - Click to Zoom

About travelling; searching for the place where you belong and finding it within yourself.

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Book illustrations: Expecting friends

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Adding more color, light and shadow in this series 
to give it a deep 3D like effect

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Restaurant Cafe Postgasse in Bern, Switzerland

Restaurant Café Postgasse, Bern Switzerland.
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Visiting my aunt and uncle in Bern, having a lovely dinner at the family owned Restaurant Café Postgasse. Don't miss this cozy place with good food and wine in an awesome environment in the heart of the medieval capital of Switzerland.


Book illustrations: Rediscovered - forgotten paths

Illustrations I made accompanying a book of poems
that I wrote - Click to Zoom

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