Café Cyganeria

Cześć! Ten post kieruje między innymi do osób, które chcą odwiedzić interesujące modernistyczne miasto w Polsce jakim jest Gdynia! a… przy okazji znaleźć się w mega przytulnym miejscu w samym sercu miasta. Miałam okazję spędzić tam bardzo miły czas i spojrzeć na miasto z zupełnie innej perspektywy 🙂 Mam na myśli Cafe Cyganeria, najstarszą kawiarnię w Gdyni gdzie przed laty pełniła funkcję kawiarnii artystycznej gdzie spotykała się bohema, wielu artystów, dziennikarzy, piosenkarzy na kawę czy papierosa. Wnętrze to zdecydowanie ciepłe drewno połączone z surowością a do tego solidny i nowoczesny design mebli. Wpadnijcie na ich instagram, który zdecydowanie robi wrażenie! www.instagram.com/cafecyga

Tuż przy kawiarni można odwiedzić Mini Muzeum Bankowiec – click here

W moim stroju postawiłam na mix czerni z kremem, buty i płaszcz pochodzą z www.tigerofsweden.com Jestem ogromną fanką tej szwedzkiej marki! Z pewnością ubrania tej firmy posłużą Wam na lata. A poniżej… Kilka inspiracji artystycznych z tego miesiąca, miłego czytania!


Hi readers! This post is dedicated for people who want to visit very cozy place in really interesting town in Poland! I mean Gdynia, nice city with modernist architecture and with acces to se Baltic sea 🙂 I’ve spent nice time with my friend at Cafe Cyganeria in the city centre with a good view for modernisms tenements. If you want to visit this city (Opener Music Festival is organise every year in this city) you should visit this homely place with good coffee! Cyganeria is the oldest cafe in Gdynia, many artists, journalists, singers used to come there for coffee and cigarettes years ago. They have impressive instagram account, look at this one! www.instagram.com/cafecyga

Near cafe you can find little private museum Mini Muzeum Bankowiec – click here

For my outfit I chose mix of black and creme color, boots and coat are from www.tigerofsweden.com I’m a big fan of this swedish label! and… below my November inspirations! Nice reading! 🙂

 

meworking


paintingNATASA BEZIC

Frida, oil on canvas

natasabezic.com


gideonrubinartistGIDEON RUBIN

oil on linen, 2015

gideonrubin.com


PAINTING

GLENN BROWN

Discotheque, oil on canvas, 1917

glenn-brown.co.uk


painting

DAREK GRABUS

In-between seasons, acrylic on canvas, 2017

darekgrabus.pl


sculpture

ZBIGNIEW BLAJERSKI

Torso, Ceramics, 2017

www.zbigniewblajerski.com


portrait


womaninterior


interior


blondewoman


details


cyganera


plants


me


detailsjewellery


friend


portrait


woman


outfit


woman


womanhat


cyga11


woman

SANSSOUCI „without worries”

The summer palace of  Frederick the Great in Potsdam, near Berlin. Sanssouci was designed by Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff between 1745 and 1747. It was a private residence where Frederick could relax from the hubbub of Berlin court. The name ,,Sanssouci” is really intersting because comes from French phrase : ‚sans souci’ which means ,,no worries” or ,,without concerns”. If you will be in Potsdam, you should see this magical place! Below you will find my shoots’ from this historical place.

I hope that will inspire you! Enjoy my post!

blondegirl


palace


details


column


sancoucci


potsdam


decoration,molding


sculpture


goldframe


sculpture


clock


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decoration


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moulding


sculptures


chandelier


sculptures


sculpturebust


interior


mirror


floor


vases


paintings


clock


furniture


vase


chandelier


interior

Instax

collageinstax

Instax inspiration/competition

Berlin Victory Column and my pencil skirt

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Time for very impressive place in Berlin namely The Victory Column or Siegessäule. The Vitory Column is located in scenic place Großer Tiergarten Park, designed by Heinrich Strach (german architect wich designed construction of the Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin or Flatow Tower in Babelsberg Park) for commemorate the Prussian victory in the Danish-Prussian War, exposed on 2 September 1873. The Victory Column also commemorate Prussia had defeated Austria in Austro-Prussian War (1866) and France in 1870-71 Franco-Prussian War. Later victories inspired the addidtion impressive bronze sculpture with effigy of Victoria. (8,3 metres high and 35 tonnes weight) Sculpture designed by Friedrich Drake. Total hight is 67 m. Project on a vase of polished red granite. We can see the columns which sits on a hall of pillars. Very interesting is a project of glass mosaics, designed by Anton von Werner. Inside of this project we can find stair leading up to the observation platform. Four bronze reliefs decorated the  foundation. Reliefs showing the three wars and the victorious marching to Berlin. Artists: Alexander Calandrelli, Albert Wolf, Karl Keil, Moritz Schulz. It’s worth mentioning about details like golden cannon barrels and golden garlands around the column.

With reference to my fashion inspiration I chose pencil skirt 🙂 I love pencil skirts and in my opinion it’s very good way for showing feminine figure, womens shapes. Also I’m a big fan of this pattern-similar to tartan. Interesting is a detail in the form of ,,bonding” two bonds on the hips. Next I chose sweater with  my lovely wide sleeves in beige tones from NOA NOA shop. As for accessories, I’ve got massive earring with circles in different sizes. Burgundy colour with tinged with gold.

www.noanoa.com

woman


portrait


earrings


architecture


columns


pencilskirt


Skirtdetails


sleeves


me


columnvictory


details


blonde


winterjacket


woman

relief


 

column

 

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