Although we really like to work at Neuland and puzzle out new ideas or find improvements for our products, some “Neuländer” are keen to do adventurous outdoor activities on weekends. Even better when you can combine work with leisure and spend the weekend on an island. So, without hesitation, we went to Munich to set up shop at the FlowFest.
In a city with a yawning gap between “rich” and “poor”, Mona visited schools and organizations to show the people in Cape Town what you can achieve through visualization.
On her journey through the city, she organized open street sessions and practiced together with circus performers for the AfricaBurn Festival. In this way, Mona met a diverse range of people, exchanged experiences and visually recorded what their dreams are. And it turns out they are more related than expected. Continue reading
In the interview about the project Mona Ebdrup says, “My plan is to spend three months in Cape Town from mid-February to mid-May 2019, visually documenting that people have very similar dreams and visions for the future, even in one of the most inequal societies in the world.”
The idea is to have a 3 months process where the first 8 weeks will be about visual thinking workshops for schools, organisations and corporates. Continue reading
„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.
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.
May we introduce: the “WIDE” one! The GraphicWall V3 is a real star among visualization boards and the perfect basis for the graphic recording job. With its 4 x 8 ft (122 cm high x 245 cm wide) canvas it has been adjusted to international standards.