This Los Palmos Tropicanos daybook turned out to be about multi tasking, sun lit vibes and a smelly VW convertible. Here’s why.
The smelly VW convertible speaks for itself. The car was fine, but add four guys, lots of gas station beer, and some skateboards to the mix and let that marinade for a couple of hours on a scorching summers’ day. Do ya math!
Then there’s the multi tasking part. Apart from being an astonishing photographer, George Nebieridze was kind enough to be our tour guide on the road trip through Berlin. It is George’s eye for spontaneous and snappy photography that drew us to Berlin in the first place. Being the humblest person and well rounded tour guide he is, George notified us that the German capital is home to one of the gnarliest botanical gardens in Europe, so he suggested we payed a visit to see that stuff for ourselves, while handling multiple cameras at the same time. It turned out to be a smashing backdrop for the new tropical apparel.
Furthermore, there’s Immanuel de Jong, who can be credited for the slick designs on the latest addition to the Do Ya Feng collections. He also was the living mannequin, and modelled the living shit out of the Los Palmos Tropicanos line, which is now finally here, and available with every Los Palmos Purchase you do online. As if that wasn’t enough, he also mixed the accompanying soundtrack, available right here.
Luckily we visited The Botanischer Garten on a sunny day, so we could top it off with some swimming in the Teufelssee, one of smallest lakes surrounding the Grey City. Sun lit vibes all the way, and more than desired break from the cosy but sweaty VW convertible. Check out the full book below.
We’d like to thank George for his time and his amazing pictures and don’t forget to checkout his website.