onsdag den 27. november 2013

miCoach Smart run adidas

I'm stoked to start a new collab with adidas about their new miCoach Smart Run watch, which was handed to me today by Danish adidas group.
The watch is insane! It has a built-in heart rate monitor, GPS, mp3, touch screen and a activity tracker, all-in-one.

Much love to Ulrich Scheibelein Marketing Manager  &  Thanh Ngoc Head of fashion adidas! 

Click on link to find more info about this Smart watch

Guess I have to do some activities now huh?

tirsdag den 26. november 2013

Don't be an asshole!

Don't ask for it, if you are full of bull shit!

Just-eat.dk x Vice mag

There is nothing better than free food, so when Vice mag asked me if I wanted to do a review on Just-Eat app, I said "Hell yeah, food for free... Why the f*ck not"?

All I had to do was to order food, do a review of it and post it on Vice and on my own blog. For that I would get a gift certificat with a value of 2000 kr, thats about 400 dollars or something. A bit too much when I only had to write three reviews, so I decided that I wanted to share it with my friends and invite them to dinner!

Part 1. Sushi overload
Most of us connects Just-eat with greasy fast food, but you can actually order almost whatever you want!

So when I had to move last week, I used my "Hey guys, help me move and I give you a treat" card. The boys wanted sushi, so sushi they got! We ordered 70 pieces of sushi for the small amount of 888 kr, including delivery. The sushi was from Wabiwabi and it was great, we ordered it around 9 pm, so it was pretty late, but only after 40 minutes they knocked on my door! The boys got what they wanted and I got my shit moved!

Instagram that shit!

Part 2. Indian heaven
I really love asian food, so for my 2nd part I stayed in the same continent and ordered me some more asian food, this time some Indian.
I owed one of my DPNxCph brothers a dinner with his wife, so again thank you Just-eat for helping me return a favour:-)

We ordered some classic curry/butter dishes, three different naan bread and of course three huge Mango lassi. Again we ordered pretty late and the food came on time and smooth. I was stuffed to the max and all I could do was to unzip my pants, lean back on the couch and finish watching the really bad movie R.I.P.D!

Design furnitures and 10k dollar watch is the only way to eat takeaway with style;-) (Not really, but still a very damn cool watch)

Part 3. Nasty sunday
For most people, sundays are for chillin and illin. Hangovers, couch and movies is a big part of our sundays, so for that I wanted something greasy!

I had around 300 kr left, so I thought I'd go through the list a bit longer, before I decided what to order.

Still couldn't get enough of the asian food, so this time I ended up in Vietnam, my parents home country! I ordered spring rolls, some chicken on a stick and some duck in mushroom sauce from Ngoc Linh. The Just-eat app told me that it was gonna be delivered within 40min, but after 2 minutes I got a phone call from Just-eat phone service, telling me taht they couldn't deliver on time, because the restaurant was busy. I didn't mind at all and I was surprised with the good and fast response the restaurant had with Just-eat phone service!

Looks nasty and greasy but it tasted awesome, though the meat was a bit too tough to chew on!

tirsdag den 19. november 2013

5pointz, a very colorful landmark!

Tuesday, November 19, 2013


Sad news hit me yesterday, when the news of 5Pointz graffiti has been painted over by the owners of the building, read more about here: ny.curbed.com


Photo via Stephen Nessen/Twitter


From may 13

Today I visited what I think, is one of the world's most colorful landmark, The 5Pointz Aerosol Art Center, Inc. An outdoor art exhibit space in Long Island City, New York. A graffiti Mecca,” where aerosol artists from around the globe paint colorful pieces on the walls of a 200,000-square-foot factory building. 

I was sitting in the train the other day and on my way to midtown to photograph all my locations for my client momondo.dk, I looked out of the window and spottet this huge yellow building. It knocked me out, all I could see was graffiti. The building was bombed with colorful throw-ups and beatiful pieces of art. I had my eyes on it to I couldn't see it anymore. 

So today I decided I'd deserved a day off from work and just go see what the hell I want.
5pointz was a obvious choice!

I was amazed when I could see the building from the subway train. Already from a big distance I could see Biggie's big face on the roof/side of the building. So big, it looked he was staring at  you all the way to the Court Square station.

If you've been to NYC, you know about the food stands there. They are alll over the city and 80% of them must be standing in the heart of Manhattan! There was several garages for them in the 5pointz factory building.



I don't know this dude, but read the sign:-)

Adam Yauch, Beastie boys R.I.P

The gallery curator is graffiti veteran Jonathan Cohen, best known by his signature tag, “Meres One.” His goal is to convert the five-story, block-long industrial complex at Jackson Avenue and Davis Street, formerly the Phun Phactory, into a graffiti art museum.  

I was standing there admiring this graffiti artist, when he turned his head at me, stopped and walked over to his van picking something up.  I thought to myself, "Oh fuck another artist who is shy".

He came over to me and in his hand, there was a piece of paper. He asked if I wanted to sign it? 
It had big letters saying Landmark presservation Commission NYC, Request for evaluation! 

Meres told me that maybe already next year or the one after, The city of New York wants to bulldoze 5pointz and  replace it with two office buildings. I Can't believe that they even are considering it!? A place like this like this needs to stay. I had to sign, no question asked.

I hope in years when I come back to New York, 5pointz will still be there to admire!

 The best wishes and luck to Meres and his crew!

søndag den 10. november 2013

Going pheasant hunting

I'm far from being a vegetarian and have always been this way. When I was little, it was a struggle for my mom to get me to eat veggies. I still don't eat them, though I do try to sometimes, but I just can't get it down:-)

Yesterday I went pheasant hunting with my DPN brother Kasper. Most of us just go to the supermarket and buy what we need, pretty simple, easy and civilized. I wanted to experience the killing first hand - the slaughter, the prepping and the preparing of the dinner. It was a good experience for me to put 'a face on the meat that I eat'. 

I had the the worst discussion, with properly the most narrow minded vegetarian in the world about hunting. If you don't have any constructive to say or willing to take a proper debate on this subject, then please don't waste my time by being a complete asshole!