A map of the Rynek in Wroclaw in Streetlines.
Edinburgh’ Architecture and street blocks captured in linear panoramas. This includes streetviews from the UNESCO world heritage areas in the Old Town and New Town.
Istanbul, Cologne, Amsterdam and more… In august last year we started a new side project which our regular readers surely have stumbled upon already. To cover more cities in our archive we set out to feature 101 different european cities in a streetline perspective in about as many weeks. While we have photographed about 200 […]
In 2016 one of our main projects will be the twin town project we initiated together with the Institut Francais. At the end of last year we had a crowd funding campaign running, which we finnished successfully, thanks to our supporters. In the next two years we will realize a comparing presentation of german-french twin […]
A summary of our cityscape photography (linear panoramas) and mexico trip 5 years ago
In 2016 we released a small table calendar instead of another wall calendar – the subject being the Leipziger Ring. With 12 images we wandr along the Leipziger Ring, not only in images from our prject (leipzigerring.de) but also views of the main station, the outer side of the Ring or the Brühl visible from […]
Some months ago we entered a project idea for the crowd funding contest of the Institut Francais Germany and here it is: We’re ready to go with the funding phase starting on sunday and running through till december 14th: German-French twin towns in streetline cityscapes What is the plan? We want to portrait french twin […]
Currently our complete panorama of the 3.5 km long Leipziger Ring (the Leipzig city circle) is not on exhibition any more, still it can be seen again in Leipzig now. Inside the Eye Centre on Johannisplatz, not far from the city centre, a 12 metre wide gallery print in 5 parts is presented along two […]
We’re giving away two copies of this (unframed) fine art print of the Wienzeilenhäuser in Vienna, Austria. These are high quality prints on 250 g/m2 paper in a format of 100 x 31 cm. Find more details about this Vienna print in our Amazon shop. Here is the original panorama in our archive. WIN this […]
Our most ambitious project so far, prepared over the last two years, presents a continuous street view of the complete 3.5 km long Leipziger Ring (Leipzig’s central street circle around the old town). The idea was brought up to us by the publishing house Lehmstedt Verlag, who confronted us with a complete view of the […]
In 2015 Leipzig will celebrate its 1000 years anniversary and we will also release our first Leipzig calendar available in shops through a publishing house. The calendar “Leipziger Fassaden” (Leipzig facades) is published by the Lehmstedt Verlag and includes 12 street front views of saxonys largest city. We have included some of our known cityscapes […]
Berlin is a major focal point in our archive, even before any other european capital. So it is not surprising we now added a calendar dedicated to Berlin facades to our calvendo portfolio. We have chosen some street fronts that are well worth seeing from the archive and added newer images for this calendar. Calendars […]
A calendar of typical Osnabrück Facades from our archive. Osnabrück is a city from Lower Saxony in Germany.
Here we present examples of Little Planets created from our linear street panoramas, including Berlin, Madrid, Amsterdam, London, Leipzig and Hamburg.
Crimmitschau is a former industry city in west saxony in the Zwickau district. Developing from the former castle Crimmitschau by the late 12th century, the city gained a city charter in 1414. It took until the 19th century that the city grew in importance, becoming a significant location of the german textile production – which […]
A cityscape walk in Leipzig, Germany Content map | about | walk | alternatives | blogs | books | eat Map We have created an interactive map for this walk which you see at the top. The blue line marks our tour, the red markers show places we explain, the light green markers show places […]
Usually we get questioned what the difference is between our linear streetline panoramas and a classic panorama. When people are not aware how exactly a place or street we photographed looks like, they might assume we did a classic panorama photography from one viewpoint and that there was enough space in place for us to […]
Berlin is its capital, germany’s largest city, has been divided for 40 years, lived a permanent architectural change and grew from 0.2 Mio people to 4.5 Mio people between 1820 and 1940 (incl. annexation of smaller authorities). Which means the street structure of Berlin also developed in these rapid times. Todays architecture only partly stems […]
A challenge with creating street panoramas from Frankfurt is to combine classic street fronts with Frankfurts skyscrapers. Hence we photographed several street blocks that include high rises and also started with the work on one of these, the Kaiserstrasse together with the Silver Tower and the Gallileo Tower. Beside these street views from the train […]
This years exhibition by the Kulturfabrik (culture factory) Leipzig was titled “Karli – Lebensspuren einer Straße” and accordingly centred around the Karl-Liebknecht-Straße, Leipzig’s popular culture street going south from the centre through the Südvorstadt and Connewitz. Jörg Rom attended a photographic workshop guided by Leipzig based photographer Christiane Eisler and the association Frauenkultur Leipzig. During […]