In this edition: Britain's cutting-edge light design practice Cinimod Studio, French singer Patricia Kaas, works by Peter Paul Rubens on display in Wuppertal, wearable street art from Berlin, and a couple transforms a delapidated Jugendstil villa into their ideal home.
London's interactive art and lighting design practice Cinimod Studio creates visually stunning projects. Its latest recently loomed large over the Thames, in the shape of a giant red flying saucer.
A new exhibition at Wuppertal's Von-Der-Heydt-Museum examines the work of the great Baroque master, as well as his lesser-known role in the field of international politics and diplomacy. The show runs through the end of February 2012.
Urberlin creates T-shirts for urban hipsters. Fatih Alasalvaroglu founded the label a year ago. He commissions graffiti sprayers and street artists in the German capital to design the motifs.