Bonnier Tidskrifter Magazine Moment #magmo12
Bonnier Tidskrifter office on Sveavägen in Stockholm
Two favorites in Sweden: Iida and Erik
Flags outside the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology, a.k.a. KTH.
Presentation about independent publishing on the iPad hosted by me
Hotel on Södermalm
The 25th anniversary party for the collective apartment building Moa lives in.
Dang train. I’ll walk instead.
Julia taking advantage of the hallway that looks like a stage set.
This building looks like a set from a stage play.
Rooftop fika at Whitelines Paper HQ
Some jackass thinks a church in historic Visby would look better with some unreadable scribbles on it.
Built in 1235 AD. Totally falling apart. Just fix it or get a new one. I mean, you can’t even use it anymore.
A push-button lightswitch in the hallway of a Stockholm apartment building.
For decades, Malmö was easily recognized by the image of a monstrous, seaside gantry crane. When plans were announced to remove it in the 1990’s, a movement began to establish a new icon for the city, resulting in this unique, twisting, 54-story skyscraper.
Is this thing on? Can you hear me? Testing, testing… Today’s report is being broadcast to you all […]
It’s another installment of pictures of regular, everyday things how they look in Sweden. This time it’s stuff […]
Karlaplan is a picturesque area of Stockholm on the island of Östermalm where five major streets meet to […]
Saltsjöbanan is one of Stockholm’s oldest local rail lines. The 18-station line has been operating over 115 years and covers an end-to-end distance of about 11 miles (18 km).
I’ve received a lot of comments and questions about my previous stories comparing the public transit systems in […]
Sometimes Stockholm is so pretty I could just shit.