Author Archives: Mark Hodgson

About Mark Hodgson

Designer and creative professional based in Jutland, Denmark

Google Street View – Paris

Love this couple I spotted in Paris, on google street view. The look on her face says it all, while the poor guy tries to decide if he should or he shouldn’t. Gallerie L’Echaude, Paris Advertisements

Google Street View – Paris

Love this couple I spotted in Paris, on google street view. The look on her face says it all, while the poor guy tries to decide if he should or he shouldn’t. Gallerie L’Echaude, Paris

Rue Jacob, Paris

Though I’ve not been for a while, I love the Left Bank area of Paris, (or Rive Gauche), so named because for the artists, writers and philosophers that lived and worked in the area in early centuries. Now it’s just a

Rue Jacob, Paris

Though I’ve not been for a while, I love the Left Bank area of Paris, (or Rive Gauche), so named because for the artists, writers and philosophers that lived and worked in the area in early centuries. Now it’s just a

Print & Pattern making

I’ve been having over fun over Christmas sketching ideas for prints and patterns inspired somewhat by the work of Finnish Design Company, Marimekko. I’m not sure why but I seem drawn to this type of imagery at the moment; collage, cutouts,

Print & Pattern making

I’ve been having over fun over Christmas sketching ideas for prints and patterns inspired somewhat by the work of Finnish Design Company, Marimekko. I’m not sure why but I seem drawn to this type of imagery at the moment; collage, cutouts,

Google Street View – Shepherds Bush Green, London

Google Street View – Shepherds Bush Green, London Waiting for a bus in Shepherds Bush

Google Street View – Shepherds Bush Green, London

Google Street View – Shepherds Bush Green, London Waiting for a bus in Shepherds Bush

Google Street View – Bohemia, Czech Republic

Bela pod, Bezdezem, Central Bohemia I love these two old ladies caught gossiping in their slippers, somewhere in the countryside of Bohemia.

Google Street View – Bohemia, Czech Republic

Bela pod, Bezdezem, Central Bohemia I love these two old ladies caught gossiping in their slippers, somewhere in the countryside of Bohemia.

Google Street View – Moravske Budejovice, Czech Republic

Nam Miru, Moravske Budejovice, Czech Republic I’ve never been to the Czech Republic which is probably a good job as their names are are unpronounceable to me. Just looking at the place, especially architecturally, this could very well be Frankonia,

Google Street View – Moravske Budejovice, Czech Republic

Nam Miru, Moravske Budejovice, Czech Republic I’ve never been to the Czech Republic which is probably a good job as their names are are unpronounceable to me. Just looking at the place, especially architecturally, this could very well be Frankonia,

Google Street View Tribeca, New York

FDNY – Ladder 8 – 14 N Moore Street, NYC Trying a larger version of the same location, FDNY – Ladder 8 – 14 N Moore Street, New York City. This is the fire station that was featured in The

Google Street View Tribeca, New York

FDNY – Ladder 8 – 14 N Moore Street, NYC Trying a larger version of the same location, FDNY – Ladder 8 – 14 N Moore Street, New York City. This is the fire station that was featured in The

Google Street View – Tribeca, New York

FDNY – Ladder 8 – 14 N Moore Street, NYC Prizes for anyone who can tell me which well known ‘spooky’ film this New York Fire Department building has featured in? If you don’t get it it will surely haunt

Google Street View – Tribeca, New York

FDNY – Ladder 8 – 14 N Moore Street, NYC Prizes for anyone who can tell me which well known ‘spooky’ film this New York Fire Department building has featured in? If you don’t get it it will surely haunt

Google Street View – Is that you? Tribeca, New York

Varick Street, Tribeca, New York Characters on the streets of New York, in and around Tribeca, which is in downtown Manhattan. I like to wonder what is going through the minds of all these people, the moment they were photographed

Google Street View – Is that you? Tribeca, New York

Varick Street, Tribeca, New York Characters on the streets of New York, in and around Tribeca, which is in downtown Manhattan. I like to wonder what is going through the minds of all these people, the moment they were photographed

Google Street View – NYFD Engine Company 44

– New York Fire Dept. – Engine Company 44 For me the most iconic of architectural landmarks in New York are the New York Fire Departments buildings. This is the building of Engine Company 44 which sits at 221 E

Google Street View – NYFD Engine Company 44

– New York Fire Dept. – Engine Company 44 For me the most iconic of architectural landmarks in New York are the New York Fire Departments buildings. This is the building of Engine Company 44 which sits at 221 E

Google Street View – Is that you? – Harlem, New York

Clearly this guy is just popping out for some milk and cookies on, 175 Malcolm Blvd. Harlem, NYC.

Google Street View – Is that you? – Harlem, New York

Clearly this guy is just popping out for some milk and cookies on, 175 Malcolm Blvd. Harlem, NYC.

Google Street View – West Village, New York

New York’s Narrowest Building 75 1/2 Bedford Street, otherwise known as New York’s narrowest house, built in 1873 has been home to Cary Grant and John Barrymore, among others. It stands 9 feet 6 inches (2.9 meters) narrow, and is

Google Street View – West Village, New York

New York’s Narrowest Building 75 1/2 Bedford Street, otherwise known as New York’s narrowest house, built in 1873 has been home to Cary Grant and John Barrymore, among others. It stands 9 feet 6 inches (2.9 meters) narrow, and is

Google Street View – Manhattan, New York

Narrowest buildings in New York City – 134 E 62nd Street Same time, same place as the last post, I found this jaunty old Lady in her acid yellow top and navy slacks, on 134 E 62nd Street, New York.

Google Street View – Manhattan, New York

Narrowest buildings in New York City – 134 E 62nd Street Same time, same place as the last post, I found this jaunty old Lady in her acid yellow top and navy slacks, on 134 E 62nd Street, New York.

Google Street View – Manhattan, New York

Narrowest buildings in New York City – 134 E 62nd Street I love the architecture in New York, especially the Dutch influenced, narrow, old brick townhouses. This one on 134 E 62nd Street was built in 1910 and is 12.6

Google Street View – Manhattan, New York

Narrowest buildings in New York City – 134 E 62nd Street I love the architecture in New York, especially the Dutch influenced, narrow, old brick townhouses. This one on 134 E 62nd Street was built in 1910 and is 12.6

Google street view – Manhattan Bridge, NY, USA

From Wisconsin to New York I love this trendy old lady, taking a photo of the google street view van. A drawing of someone, taking a photo of google, taking a photo of herself on Manhattan Bridge, New York City.

Google street view – Manhattan Bridge, NY, USA

From Wisconsin to New York I love this trendy old lady, taking a photo of the google street view van. A drawing of someone, taking a photo of google, taking a photo of herself on Manhattan Bridge, New York City.

Google Street View – Mineral Point, Wisconsin, USA

Travelling without moving – Pendarvis, Mineral Point, Wisconsin, USA Love the clapperboad style architecture of some traditional houses in the U.S. They have an elegant utilitarian aspect to them which I really like.

Google Street View – Mineral Point, Wisconsin, USA

Travelling without moving – Pendarvis, Mineral Point, Wisconsin, USA Love the clapperboad style architecture of some traditional houses in the U.S. They have an elegant utilitarian aspect to them which I really like.

Google Street View – Mineral Point, Wisconsin, USA

A Cornish town in the USA In the 1830’s many of the mines in Cornwall, England closed, following this many of the local Cornish miners emigrated to the USA, some finding themselves in the area of Wisconsin. They began mining

Google Street View – Mineral Point, Wisconsin, USA

A Cornish town in the USA In the 1830’s many of the mines in Cornwall, England closed, following this many of the local Cornish miners emigrated to the USA, some finding themselves in the area of Wisconsin. They began mining