|The stories of the three wanderers||
On my point of view, (as Roxy) I agree, and I'd add that also fair products are best, 1st rule it should not be coming from animal explotation, such as skin (leather) or für. Nor human explotation, and in this case, is better to consume directly from a local, or the designer (as yourself) as long as the materials are also fair. This fair label is still hard to have, but it is growing, in Berlin I see it emerging, but unfortunately not everywhere in the world is. Now vegan is easy. The wanderer has experienced a very fun afternoon, having delicious vegan cappuccino, and vegan wet chocolate cake in Berlin. And has decided his existence can still be fun and even more guilt free, while not consuming any animal products.
This picture of him finishing all the foodies
I tried to make him grab the fork hahaha. And grab the cup
Amazing vegan chocolate cake, filed with cranberries 🤗 + oats milk cappuccino. With @mimapejoska's Wanderer!
So we were going out to watch the German game. But I got a cold. Feeling off so we are staying home laying low.
Time is not linear.
There are certain time sequences and time frames that offer the experience of mini lifetimes. Within my journeys of wanderness I have often felt so, living many different lifetimes on different levels. Every time I came back to the memory of this poetic endeavors I felt that a wearable object was part of the story, of the scene. Very similar to how Anton Chekhov prescribes storytelling- " If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off. If it's not going to be fired, it shouldn't be hanging there." ( Chekhov, letter to Aleksandr Semenovich Lazarev) So glad to be part of this initiative and project. As for this Wanderer, it will share a bit of this fantastic period of our lives 😊
Mima Pejoska is a jewelry designer and an artist. After years of creating/crafting jewelry works, now her interests shift more from jewelry creation to the conceptual side of craft and also from individual practise to group (social) works of art.