Ingmar Bergmans begravningsplats
The Ingmar Bergman Center on Fårö
Some jackass thinks a church in historic Visby would look better with some unreadable scribbles on it.
Stockholm-based juice and smoothie bar
A push-button lightswitch in the hallway of a Stockholm apartment building.
Have a nice day!
An old parking sign on Södermalm. I love the shapes of the S and Y characters, and how […]
Today I visited the Stockholm Retro Fair and took along the 3D camera.
The new incarnation of my magazine of interviews with my friends and other so-called “regular” people.
K Composite Magazine consists of interviews with my friends and non-celebrities. The next issue will be an amazing new edition on the iPad. I want you to be involved.
Mad Men, A Camp, Säkert, Hello Saferide, Jerry Lee Lewis, Grammar Girl, Let the Right One In
Part 2 of 2 on the life of Sigvard Bernadotte. See the earlier story of his battle to […]
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 […]
To tantalize their readers, some writers would need to concoct an absurd and elaborate fictitious story about a […]
It’s another installment of pictures of regular, everyday things how they look in Sweden. This time it’s stuff […]
I’ve received a few requests from readers in America to show some images of simple, regular, everyday stuff […]
Karlaplan is a picturesque area of Stockholm on the island of Östermalm where five major streets meet to […]
It’s not every day that typography is in the news or that usage of a particular font can […]
Letters to Saint Clinton Paperback by Scott Ritcher. Same day shipping from Amazon. Scott Ritcher guides you through […]
You may remember a story from back in June when I had just attended the music festival in […]
The rumors are true. In less than a month I will be officially old. I’m not talking about […]
The Tunnelbana Station in the Stockholm neighborhood of Axelsberg has the name of the area spelled out in […]
One of my favorite reappearing signs in Sweden is this one that is posted near many elevators. Some […]
The new record by the Metroschifter, featuring a blood-spattered cover image of our beloved Stockholm, is finally available! […]
As we’ve learned in several previous stories, Stockholm’s Tunnelbana (subway) system is often called “the world’s longest art […]
For about 90 days between January and April of this year, my band, The Metroschifter, was accepting online […]
Over the weekend, I made custom iPhone icons for several of my websites. You can see them in […]