WHERE ALL THE RANDOM SNAPS GO

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Jeg er glad for, at I følger med her på bloggen, og ville lige dele en lidt sjov tanke jeg har, om de billeder I normalt ser herinde. Det er selvfølgelig dem jeg bedst kan lide. Er mest glad for, synes er pæne og passer til den stil, jeg forsøger at ramme med bloggen. Det samme gælder min Instagram @DanskMode, hvor jeg også har nogle ret specifikke idéer om billederne.

Det betyder så også, at der er rigtig mange billeder jeg tager, der aldrig kommer ud nogen steder. Og det er også helt ok. Men jeg tænker af og til, at det er ret synd alligevel. Jeg bruger nemlig selv mit billedarkiv som en slags æstetisk notesbog. Det vil sige, at jeg tager billeder af ting, der inspirerer mig, ting jeg skal huske og meget andet (inkl. ømme selfies). Det giver en ret sjov blanding, når man bladrer igennem billedmappen på mobilen.

For at give jer et lidt mere personligt billede af, hvad jeg egentlig går og kigger på i løbet af dagen, hvad der inspirerer mig, og hvad der mere eller mindre tilfældet ender foran min linse, vil jeg dele nogle af disse ”random snaps” med jer på bloggen i ny og næ. Faktisk kan I også følge med på min Snapchat @Danskmode, hvor jeg gør lidt af det samme. Anyways, det her var første omgang rystede selfies og mærkelige huske-billeder.
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Usually all the pictures that end up on my blog or Instagram are rather carefully selected and part of the general aesthetic that I aim for with DanskMode. That means that literally a ton of snaps I take randomly every day never end up anywhere. Which is cool. I mean I use them to remember stuff, inspiration and so on. But still, I think that these weird snaps give kind of a fun insight into what my life looks like, and the sort of random, everyday, not very pretty stuff I do… Kind of what you find on my Snapchat as well. Check it out, @DanskMode.

Rudolph Tegners Museum

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Siden jeg for et stykke tid siden spottede et billede af Rudolph Tegners Museum på Instagram, har jeg gerne ville slå et smut forbi den lille museumsperle, der gemmer sig lidt afsides i det øverste Nordsjælland. I lørdags blev der så endelig lejet en bil, og turen gik lands Strandvejen til museet, der i den grad levede op til forventningerne. Det er absolut et af de mest indtrykssættende steder jeg har været i noget tid. Bygningen er designet og opført af kunstneren selv, og fyldt med et udpluk af hans statuer, der rummer alt fra fine byster til mastodontiske figurer med svulstige proportioner. Virkelig sejt. Og det siger sig selv, at museets skulpturpark i solskin kun er en bonus. Find museets hjemmeside HER.

This weekend I finally got the opportunity to visit the Rudolph Tegner Museum in the most northern part of the Danish island of Sjælland. The place is truly magical with its simplistic building designed and raised by the artist himself in the 1930s, it is filled with his impressive sculptures ranging from classic figurines to massive sculptures of roman tales and Picasso-esque women. More information HERE.

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You may know artist Peter Schlesinger for his sculptures or maybe his colourful collaboration with Acne Studios released earlier this year, but now you are shown another side of the New York-based multi talent: photography. Schlesinger has just released ‘A Photographic Memory 1968-1989′. A coffeetable book that gives a mesmerizing inside into the artist’s globetrotter friendships with the likes of Manolo Blahnik, Anna Wintour, Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, Grace Coddington and more. Must have. Find it HERE.

Three Copenhagen Fall Activities

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1. A bike trip through the city
Very soon it will get too cold to enjoy biking in Copenhagen, but right now it is perfect for a fall ride through the city. I live close to the Copenhagen lakes and love the trip from one end to the other, as the bike lane is filled with the most wonderful fall coloured trees. Oh, and have you seen my grey and orange Batavus bike? Yes, it matches the season.

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2. Museums and gardens
Really you should visit Copenhagen museums all year round, but I think that a museum day is perfect for a rainy fall day (?cause obviously you won’t be biking in the rain). I like Glyptoteket for its exotic indoor garden with palm trees that make you forget all about the grey outside. Also, check out the indoor botanical garden. Perfect for a quick fix of green.

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3. New local restaurants
In the summer Copenhagen is made for outdoor life with all the parks and festivals every other weekend. But I the fall, I prefer staying close to home and trying some of the new bars, restaurants and cafés that have opened up near by. Just around the corner from my place there is two or three new restaurants located on the right side of ‘Dronning Louises Bro’ that I have to try as soon as possible. I think the names are: Bar Next Door, Hanzo, Alabama Social.

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