Recently I started to practice linocut. Since then it became a new passion. It combines planification, work and reward in a different way than drawing.
On of my projects with linocut is to represent different feelings and sentiments with castles. I won’t tell you more about it but you are welcome to guess.
To go to Prague has been a dream of mine for quite some time. Fortunately the dream has now turned into memories.
Two of my favourite authors are born in Czechia : Kafka and Kundera. And Kafka, the one I have been obsessed about for years, lived in Prague and still haunts the city today, but I might do a little post about him since he was my travel buddy during the trip. I promise I haven’t gone insane 😉
Anyway, Prague is one of the most beautiful cities I’ve ever seen but it is also one of the most densely populated with tourists, a piece of advice : wake up early to see the bridge and the castle when there isn’t to much crowd.
The castle is incredible, it is supposed to be where Kafka found his inspiration for the novel “the castle”. Walking in his footsteps, remembering the book, I can see how.
During my succession of travel this summer I went to Pau, a city in the south west of France.
There I’ve spent some time with one of my best friends who owns a page about how she discovers the city day by day since she moved there.
You really should take a look : The city is beautiful and the blog is both interesting and very educational. Actually she wrote an article about the castle you see in my drawing
It is called Pau 365 and you can visit it right HERE
Be sure to give her a like!
I really loved the visit of this castle. What about you ? Do you know Pau ? Ever visited this place ? Anyway thanks for visiting our page, you can always like our facebook page to be notified when we publish something new!