Ah, another week has passed and there is so much to show you guys. Apart from lots of photography features, I came across some interesting new designs, a coffee place to check out and lots and lots of other exciting things. Go have a look and see for yourself!

Kingston university graduate Anna Czaniecka has come up with a genius water-saving kettle - and it isn't only economic, it's also really damn good-looking! Dezeen has all the information for you.

German content - Jeder meiner Freunde weiß, dass ich ein absoluter Kaffee-Fanatiker bin. Momentan versuche ich am Wochenende mindestens ein neues Café auszuprobieren. Dieser Artikel im Tagesspiegel über das kleine Pförtnercafé Concierge in Kreuzberg hat mir großen Durst auf ein Tässchen am Paul-Lincke-Ufer gemacht. 

Are you in Berlin over the summer and unsure what you should spend your time on? Mit Vergnügen has written up a list of 21 things to do.

Ignant have published a beautiful project by photographer Josef Hoflehner and his son Jakob; instead of the fast-paced photographs we usually see these days, they worked on beautiful and carefully planned-out motifs (often waiting for days or even weeks). I am in awe of the results!

Photographer Finn Beales was commissioned by Cereal Magazine to take these stunning images of the Brecon Beacons. I went on a weekend trip there two years ago and Finn's images really capture the beauty of the place.

And while we are in photography mode, let's not forget Diana of Miss Moss went on a roadtrip. Her snaps are (as usual) beautiful and make me REALLY want to go to South Africa.

Not so much a roadtrip, but a much bigger project is the Out Of Eden project - Paul Salopek is retracing the journey of our species. Check out his campaign on Kickstarter and help him reach his final destination in seven years.

German content - die liebe Jessie von Journelles hat letzten Monat geheiratet. Frisch aus den Flitterwochen schreibt sie in diesem herzerwärmenden Artikel über ihre standesamtliche Trauung und teilt die wunderschönen Bilder mit uns. Hach, von so einer schönen Hochzeit träumen viele!

One of my favourite makers, Hazel Stark, has finally stocked up her shop with a new addition: a reversible oversized tote bag made from the backing cloth she used for all her past prints. Each bag is unique and has various snippets of her prints on them. I have already ordered mine!

I'm a big fan of the CeeCee newsletter. This quick write-up of lunch at the Nordic Embassies (one of my favourite buildings in Berlin) has got me wanting to hop there on a lunchtime soon!

That's it from me guys, happy weekend!

Lilly Wolf