Bindidesigns Promo – How to wear Thai Fisherman pants

The new promo video for Bindi Designs is online!! How to wear Thai Fisherman Pants

Many thanks to our  friend Marty Miller of Pixels of Mass Construction for putting this together.

Models: Antonio Acevedo Garrido, Frida Martinsson and Johanna Rebecka Rognefjord

Visit; BindiDesigns webshop

Number 1

That´s right!

Only one day left for my birthday and although I am not really looking forward I am turning the same age as JESUS.

I do not care because for me is just a number, and for most of the people that is a meaning of getting older. In my perspective I believe I am getting wiser and full of energy to continue growing.

To be continued. . .


Billboard Painting for Short Film # 21

On July 14th 2010, graffiti artists Gabriel Edvardsson and Max Sjunnesson interpreted the project Short Film #21, by Csaba Bene Perlenberg, and created a huge billboard at the legal graffiti wall by Folkets Park/Möllevångstorget in Malmö. This is the short documentary about the event.

This film has been made by Martin Wikener, and assisted by Emelie Lindberg. This is my first marketing idea and it has truly come alive with this billboard project. Hope you enjoy it and go and visit it.

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Le Weekend

The past week has been a very busy and crazy weekend. It started on Saturday 10 of July. My first road trip in a car to Amsterdam.

The occasion: mainly because of the 11 of July a friend of mine turned 25  and he (Zei)  wanted to do something special; watch the Final of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa between Spain & Holland.

We truly believed that Holland was going to be the champions of the World Cup 2010, and since Amsterdam is closer to us it became a clear destination choice to celebrate Zei’s birthday and for more new adventures. At the same time  it was the second trip with my girlfriend and although we hardly had time to spend together I believe that it was an extremely inspiring adventure for both of us.

I have to admit that Amsterdam impressed me a lot. I have been in many cities around the World but I have never been in such inspiring place with so much craziness at the same time. Wherever you go, you can find a coffee shop near by, at the same time you can wander endlessly  admiring the interiors and the alleys of the street.

To be honest I could have spent a lot of time by myself  just walking and taking pictures of every little detail of the city, although I deeply know that I will be back to Amsterdam again.  From a marketing perspective its a  perfect city to open a business selling clothing, art and crafts, paintingss, and much more. I believe that I could also develop my music there (re mixes) and at the same time  reach  a broader  audience for SweMex.