A Photo gallery from The Berlin’s Second Edition of Flitzer Club Tour
During the weekend after a long quarantine, we Berliners were finally able to return little by little to our favorite activities. One of them was the Flitzer Club Tour, organized by Dirk and Leo, which was a two-day drive through East Germany, approximately 350km in total. We went to different interesting places like castles, an abandoned hospital, and a gallery. My favorite was the Institute of Hygiene not far from the center of Berlin, where the most prominent material is concrete, something that predominates always in my photos. During the tour, I had the opportunity to have a photographer and journalist from Classic Driver accompany Blazej Zulawski. We drove a Porsche 928 from Classic Depot who kindly provided us as a media car. About 22 cars were part of the tour, with a group of nice people always open for a good conversation about cars, life and so on. Here is a gallery with some of the best moments from my perspective.
On Sunday, June 19th, we celebrated the first Carphiles event of this year. In a typical Berlin industrial backyard in the Xberg area where our friends from @conciergecoffee are located! I selected 19 iconic cars to stage and appreciate them in different ways. Here we were both car lovers and non-car lovers which in a different way is my way to draw the attention of those who don’t have an interest in cars, especially these design icons.read more
I think that in almost all my photos I can show my great love, passion, and respect for architecture and cars. That’s why I could say that this shooting is one of the best I’ve ever done in the almost 7 years I’ve been specializing in cars. This time I was in one of the most prominent buildings of Swiss Brutalist architecture, combined with one of the great icons of the 80s, the Testarossa.read more
Everything comes to an end in some way, such as air-cooled engines or more recently the end of one of Europe’s most emblematic and modern airports of the 1970s: Berlin Tegel TXL.read more