Category Archives: Tunisia

Me as an etcher

I joined Sabrina at her class in etching/engravure. I had never tried etching before so It was certainly tricky, but fun. I made a reproduktion of a  Zorn eching. It was interesting to visit their school. Most part of the … Continue reading

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Art Nouveau Theatre

We saw a traditional Tunisian folkmusic show in their fabulous Art Nouveau theater from the 1920’s. Le grand theatre. Lace jacket VILA, Shoes Don Donna

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Cookie cock

So if you ever feel like a tired and fat Drew Barrymore from ET: Make cock -cookies out of traditional Tunisian cookie dough. And for gods sake, wear this American Apparel t-shirt too. Tunisia 2010

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What a regular day in Tunisia looked like

We’re starting the day with driving across town to pick up Sied, Maurizios employee. This is the Tunisian copy of Starbucks that we drove by every day. Sied starts his day by dropping his cellphone in a waterpool. Common sign. … Continue reading

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Roadtrippin’ in Tunisia – Buying gasoline

When you run out of gasoline and all you’re driving trough is tiny villages in the middle of nowhere, you’ll have to buy gas from these cool guys. It’s cheaper since they buy it across the boarder to Algeria.

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Chillin on the balcony

Flower, H&M, Scarf, handmade by my mother in the early 70’s, Dress Betsey Johnson

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Roadtrippin’ in Tunisia – Dead sea of salt

“Confort”, great toilet you know. We came across this little eager baby camel with it’s mom. Then we drove by a major dead sea. Only the salt remained like crystals you could walk on. Amazing!

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They look stoned. They spit. They walk peacefully. I (L) Camels.

Riding a camel is cool. Enough said. Burgundy minidress from the souk in Bizerte, fur vest Topshop, boots vintage. My boyfriends hat is from Urban Outiftters and his bag is from the souk in Tunis.

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Desert nights

If you leave your hotel room in the middle of the night and take the car out in the sand dunes, you can do following things: 1. Watch the starry night sky. It’s freaking unbelievable and you will desperately try to … Continue reading

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The Souk Shopping

Traditional wedding upper piece from the 1940’s. In Tunisia you can shop a lot of fun stuff at the souk (market). Spices, furniture, clothes. I love the hooded mens coats and the Jasmine princess shoes with cutouts. They only had … Continue reading

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