London – Visual Poetry

Although it seems like longer, it was only two weeks ago that we announced the Flattr roadshow. After a whirlwind fortnight, we wanted to give you a run down on what’s been happening!

London was our first port of call.  We sponsored the short film showcase “Visual Poetry,”, featuring works of the MA Documentary Film programme from London College of Communication. Partnering with Bermondsey Project Space, we gave 11 young artists the chance to exhibit their works in a public gallery, many of them for the first time. The event was documented by world-famous photographer Daffyd Jones.

What else can we say? It was amazing! Despite the #snowmaggedon raging across the British Isles, the show went on, with a lot of people braving the snow to  support the creativity of young artists.. We again experienced how important it is to bridge the gap between the offline and online world. We will continue to be this bridge and  support amazing creators! See how it went (and what you missed) on Instagram and check out the tweets from Bermondsey Project Space..



24 hours later and around 600 km to the east, Flattr was at an evening of art exhibitions, live music and partying hosted at Bumann & Sohn, showing our support for local creators from Cologne and nearby cities. Local art students kicked off the event, utilizing the party space to showcase prints, paintings, video and sound installations. By the time the live performances began, we were at capacity with the crowd showing their love for Keshavara by Flattring the band on location. Woman, another Cologne-based band were revealed to be the secret act, wrapping up the live performance part of the event.

Party goers continued into the early morning, accompanied by Dublab Germany’s djs, who played experimental, electro-pop & down-beat funk sets. Sad that you missed it?? No problem, here are the artists of the evening: