It's time to share my week's favourite internet finds with you - and what a week it's been! This time I've come across lots of beautiful photography, a film about techno between the Berlin wall and some very inspiring interviews. Have a look for yourself:

One of my favourite photographers, Marlen Mueller, has just had her Baltic Sea series featured in Adult Mag. Have a look and get an urge to go to the seaside! 

The lovely Cate of Cate St Hill has interviewed the two girls behind The Pressery, Natali and Chi-San. I've been eagerly following The Pressery's progress and it was great to get more insights into the brand.

It's Nice That have featured photographer Jody Rogac - and boy, her portrait photography is stunning!

This conversation between Elizabeth Day and Christina Hendricks on The Guardian is so insightful and interesting, I think everyone should read it!

(German content) Der Film "Party auf dem Todesstreifen" wurde neulich bei Arte ausgestrahlt - Das Filter hat Felix Denk und Sven von Thülen getroffen und sie interviewt

Having shared a link to Ana Kras's new exhibition in New York last week, my love for the artist doesn't stop yet... One of my favourite photographers (I know I throw that word out a lot, but trust me, he's amazing) Brian W Ferry has snapped some shots of Ana's apartment. The images are accompanied by a text by Kari Molvar. Find the article at Time Magazine.

Another great article on Time Magazine is this little feature about Sofia Coppola's lookbook for Calder - the images are so beautiful and deliver the typical Sofia flair we all love.

(German content) Das Festival Stadt, Land, Food findet zum Erntedankfest im Oktober in der Markthalle IX statt. Tip Berlin hat jetzt bereits über das interessante Konzept des alternativen Berliner Essensmarktes berichtet. Hier geht's zum Artikel.

Cassidy Stay lost her whole family in a shooting and narrowly escaped with her life. She read out a Harry Potter quote during the funeral and has now received a letter from Dumbledore (aka J K Rowling) accepting her to Hogwarts. I couldn't hold tears back whilst reading this article on The Telegraph

(German content) Claire des Blogs C'est Clairette hat unglaublich humorvoll über die Kunst des Kofferpackens geschrieben - ich fühle mit, denn auch ich packe oft viel zu viel aus Angst zu wenig mitzunehmen. Hier geht's zu ihrem Post.

Freunde von Freunden's latest portrait of the photographer and designer Paloma Lanna is a joy to behold - thanks to photographer Silvia Conde's stunning images! Here's the interview. Also, make sure to follow her Tumblr.

That's it from me boys and girls. This weekend holds a surprise in store for you - In A Pavilion is turning 6 months old and I have a little giveaway and some exciting new content planned for you. Happy Friday!

Lilly Wolf