Aug 29, 2010

Time to Relax

pisc. from my sketchbook

painting by Cay: more HERE

The best Time to Relax -
is when you don´t have the Time...

Aug 27, 2010


If you ever come to Copenhagen don´t forget to visit Cafe GRANOLA -

if you live here drop by and say hi.

It´s actually a while ago GRANOLA opened, but I just found these great pictures.

pics. by Bruun Vejby

I had the privilege to paint all the signs for GRANOLA,
the Old Style way - of cause!

Mirrored on glass plates, oil paint and brushes.

All hand made.

GRANOLA. where? - HERE

Aug 26, 2010

Color of the Day

Some random web pisc.

And half a painting of mine.

More Paintings @ HERE

Aug 25, 2010


This is my daily ride - now Aerospoke equipped!

The bike was created for 2 reasons:

First: Assemble a basic city bike that would take me fast
from A. to B.

Second: Make it look good.

Now: Mounting an Aerospoke isn´t the way if you like hi speed,
some cyclist will say! I agree, in some way.
Aeros ain´t ultra lightweigth spokes - But!!!

Even if it weight 16 Tons - It´s the most beautiful and well designed spoke.

And don´t underestimate the cool factor....

Half the time, my bike is standing against the wall.
And every time i look at the bike - now Aero equipped...

I feel like goin´for a ride - in the FAST LAINE..... Fast Fast
FASTER, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!

Made a little spoke sticker

Maybe some of you readers will recognise where that inspiration came from....


Aerospoke site HERE

Aug 14, 2010


"The ultimate of being successful is the Luxury
of giving yourself the time
to do what you want to do.."

Quote: Leontyne Price

On any Sunday

Awesome new version of the old Triumph Scrambler.

May all days be Sundays...

Aug 11, 2010


Flower Painting by:
Erik A. Frandsen
FlowerPot (Lamp) by: Verner Panton

PotPlane by: The Beastie Boys


Random Reblogged.

Aug 10, 2010

PH 5 Custom Lamp

A good friend of mine asked me if I had the Time,
to help him create a special present for his wife.

Well of cause - special personal presente are no. 1

He told me, she noticed the Granate Lamp I made once,
so we decided to continue that way and customize a classic PH lamp for her.

And who can ask for a better "canvas" than the famous PH 5 lamp
by the Danish architect Poul Henningsen.

First of all!
Try to imagien how you want the look/layers/colors on the lamp -
and then remember that image...This part is very Important...

Cause when you bring all the pieces apart you have absoutely no clue what it would look like untill you bring it together again.

You could also make a drawing first - but then again..... no! just gooo

Disasampling all part - rattle rattle spray paint.

Carefully moving the painted parts

bringing the parts together again.

The plywood board I painted the parts on! and some blue masking tape.

The result!

The new Lamp.

Here together with one of my paintings