Always have a towel with you… During my travel to the south of France I visited the convent La Tourette in Eveux. An amazing building by the architect Le Corbusier in the style of brutalism, using the modulor principle. Built for a Dominican community of about 100 friars, today just twelve are still living there.
You can visit the convent by a guided tour or stay over night and enjoy building, food, religious service and the amazing view.
Especially in a convent, it is time to relax, roll out your towel and pop a fish in your ear. I had the room 106, above the entrance.
Shopping is a pleasure at the DON’T PANIC Towel Shop
The DON’T PANIC Towel Shop sells just one product, a towel as a tribute to the author Douglas Adams and his ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’.
On my way to Eveux for the convent La Tourette, an amazing building by the architect Le Corbusier, I stopped in Lyon. In the streets I collected about 100 pieces of street art.
Watch it online: Street Art Lyon /// Street Art Collection
I have been to Milan in June. Where I visited the Fondazione Prada and the Hangar Bicocca by Pirelli. Amazing spaces for art. At the Hangar Bicocca they invited the famous twins from Brazil Os Gemeos fur a huge mural.
On the streets of Milan I collected more than 300 works of Street Art, which I added to my online gallery. A really huge, early work of BLU, which is covered by a lot graffitis. A new mural by Millo and on a shutter of a shop a homage to the protests in Bejing on Tiananmen Square, in 1989. Enjoy to watch…
Street Art Milan or the entire Street Art Collection with more than 2500 photos from around the world.