...more paracord stuff. Yep, that's about it. Oh and I made a watch strap for a watch. The theme of this weekend was red-black-silver... as with pretty much any other time.
Here's a project I have been working on for a few days now. This is a house built from easy-to-assemble polystyrene blocks and wood panels. The idea came from a French company who also make these Pop-Up houses.
My client contacted these guys but it seemed they were busy so he then turned to me instead.
This was a rather fun project to work on. Now let's see whether it actually makes it into real life or not.
Also, here's a picture of a candle:
Last Tuesday we went to Norway to try out some tricycles. There were tricycles with electromotors and regular recumbent bikes. We tried out all sorts but the red one in the photos was my favorite.
Well I'm back in school...
After seven(?!) years of being a lone-wolf I'm once again part of a herd.
Earlier this summer I decided, randomly as I do, to apply for a course in Graphic Design at a university (yrkeshögskola) nearby. I didn't really hear back for quite some time but about week and a half ago I got an SMS that I was now being considered as a possible reserve candidate. I was asked to send in some practical and written material as a test and the very next day I was told I had been accepted.
There went all my plans to move, travel and possibly retire from human society altogether. ..and believe me, those were all genuine plans I had. Regardless, this is a two-year commitment I have made to remain in Sweden, we'll see how it turns out.
- Scratch that. Didn't work out very well.
In other news; bikes. Went to see the classic bike races in Karlskoga with my dad. Got a nasty sunburn because he had assured me that there would be no sun and just large amounts of wind from all directions. That wasn't really the case.
Here are some photo's of the event below:
Been sick for the past few days, yuck. Feeling somewhat better today so this evening I took a trip to a dam somewhere in the middle of nowhere.
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