London, United Kingdom
Sep
19
to Sep 26

London, United Kingdom

Even though corporate culture has snowballed in London, with dizzying rent prices and astronomical cost of living as a result, it’s still one of the most creative places I know. I’m always inspired after a visit and I’m looking forward to present many creative people from here. One person I hope I’ll be able to present is mural painter Camille Walala, who’s taking over London one building at a time.

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And then?
Sep
27
to Jul 31

And then?

That’s my travel plans so far. Where do you think I should go next? I’m looking for the most creative people & places of today. For logistical reasons I will start by focusing on Europe (but who knows what happens?). Feel free to contact me with any ideas!

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Berlin, Germany
Sep
3
to Sep 10

Berlin, Germany

Berlin has been a creative hub for a long time, dating back to a legacy after WW2 when it was a city full of ruined buildings that no one cared about, which made it affordable to live in even for artists with no income. More than two decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the creative life of the city has exploded. If this will continue or if the city’s creative spirit already have been eaten by gentrification is up for everyone to decide.

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Billund, Denmark
Sep
1
to Sep 2

Billund, Denmark

The same architect (Bjarke Ingels/BIG) that came up with the idea of the ski slope/power plant (see above) has also designed the LEGO house, called “Home of the brick”. I’m looking forward to explore the relationship between play and creativity here.

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Malmö, Sweden & Copenhagen, Denmark
Aug
24
to Aug 31

Malmö, Sweden & Copenhagen, Denmark

Two alluring cities, one in each country, connected by a bridge, forming a very creative region. I hope to be able to present a number of highly creative places & people here. One thing I know for sure is that I’m going to test the ski slope built on top of a power plant(!) in central Copenhagen. This idea ranks high in the category of bizarre mashups that shouldn't work, but somehow still does.

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Stockholm, Sweden
Aug
16
to Aug 23

Stockholm, Sweden

Sometimes Stockholm is called the creative capital of the world. It’s the capital of Sweden for sure, but I’m not so certain about the first one though. However, the city has undoubtedly been the birthplace to a lot of innovation, especially in tech (after Silicon Valley, Stockholm produces more billion-dollar companies per capita than any other region in the world).

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Umeå, Sweden
Jul
26
to Aug 7

Umeå, Sweden

Before the actual journey takes off, I’ll spend a few weeks with the tiny house in Umeå, Sweden (my hometown) to warm up. During this time I plan to prototype the first videos for my YouTube channel.

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