Porsche 912. (© All rights reserved - Florian Afflerbach)
I am surrounded by technology each moment of the day. Everything I stumble onto is modern, hi-tech, and complicated. I love it. But just as ginger cleanses your pallet when eating sushi, finding an organic treat is one of the most refreshing moments I treasure today.
Seeing the raw sketches from Florian Afflerbach of the two things I like the most, cars and architecture, was a real treat. Here are just some cars, but you can also see all his amazing renderings on his Flickr page.
"I drew ever since I can imagine, but through my studies in architecture I learned to construct and engineer a drawing. A six months stay in Paris during my studies was a drastic moment in my development as a drawer, because i had the time to do whatever I wanted. I found two congenial friends and we explored the city together. I learned something very important there: always have a look at what other people do.
I have studied architecture in Siegen, Germany and Paris, France. In March of 2007, I moved to Stuttgart in order to take my first job as an architect. Last winter, I was an assistant teacher at the University of Stuttgart. I helped the students how to keep a sketchbook.
Drawing has become something fundamental to me — it carries satisfaction and happiness to me in my daily routine but also the loads of information behind an object or a building."
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