Bullet Journaling – More than just a hobby

Posted on: 12. June 2019

„Track the Past, Order the Present, Design the Future”

Ryder Carroll definitely has her finger on the pulse as she brought the old school journal back to our lives. By putting a new spin on it, she managed to create a cool lifestyle around her method of Bullet Journaling. Continue reading

You are what you wear – and that goes for bags too!

Posted on: 4. September 2018

„Clothes make people“ (literally translated) is a novella by the Swiss poet Gottfried Keller.

It’s one of the best-known stories in German-language literature and is about the tailor Wenzel Strapinski, who always dressed well despite his poverty. In a foreign city he’s considered a count because of his appearance … and at the end of the story Strapinski brings it to great prosperity.

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Video postcard from the Neuland® V3 GraphicWall or An unusual journey through Switzerland

Posted on: 28. August 2018

With a few markers in the backpack over the Alps, almost anyone can do that. But just do it with a Neuland® GraphicWall V3.

Transport dimensions: W 83 x H 140 cm, Weight: 13 kg. Let’s go. Well, maybe not over it, over the Alps, but at least Tony Johnston, David Andress and Filippo Buzzini have just set up the wall in some especially beautiful places in Switzerland, including graphic recording. Outside in the mountains. Outside in the forest.

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Color Combos, Lettering Styles, AcrylicOne for Graphic Recording – Mini workshops as sources of inspiration

Posted on: 14. August 2018

During the EuViz®2018 there were three inspiring mini-workshops from our Ambassadors:

Brandy Agerbeck – Using Color Combos, Heather Martinez – 5 Letteringstyles in 5 Minutes, Renatta P.Algalarrondo – Using AcrylicOnes for Graphic Recording.

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Completely revised: bikablo® 1

Posted on: 23. September 2013

The visual dictionary with the funny name just keeps getting better with age!  The 4th and latest bikablo® edition by Martin Haussman has taken his picture words and made them even more succinct and easy-to-draw. He fundamentally understands that pictures must communicate efficiently not only for the viewer, but for the drawer.  Continue reading