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  • Here’s our weekly round-up of users from Tumblr’s international community we recently had the pleasure of chatting with, take a look!

    Suzanne Séjournant is an associate professor of geography from France who shares her travel photography on her blog. She talked with us about her passion for photography and geography, which ultimately led her to pioneer the field of audiovisual education in the 1950’s and 60’s.

    Dutch singer-songwriter Chagall spoke about her love for playing small shows, her musical influences, and how she uses social media to stay close to her fans.

    Japanese Musician Shinji Kasai told us of his struggles to become a musician when he was younger, why he chose to play R’n’B with his current formation Brown Sugar, and his favorite moment as a musician so far…

    Brazilian visual artist Ricardo Franco discussed the advantages of having approached the art business through advertising, talked about his workflow and choice of mediums, and about reception internationally and at home.

    For more amazing users and their blogs, head over to New & Notable!

  • Here’s a peak at some of the amazing Tumblr users recently featured on our international staff blog. Check them out!

    The author of the Japanese travel blog Would you like to eat with me? discussed documenting travel by describing the food and eating habits in the places she visits. 

    Dutch author Henk Rijks talked about non-linear life plans, starting a story from scratch,  and the advantages and disadvantages of being an author who uses social networks.

    Italian chef Riccardo Carnivals chatted about the origins of his passion for cooking, the job itself, and the cultural change cooking as a pastime has undergone.

    Portuguese architect and photographer Filipe Bonito introduced his photographic project, a collection of negatives he has found in old analogue cameras over the years. 

    Happy reading and don’t forget to check out New & Notable to discover more fresh Tumblr blogs!

  • Check out these great blogs from Tumblr users around the world!

    Hazul Luzah is a Portuguese street artist who decorates the doors, walls and floors of his hometown Porto with elaborately painted animals, plants and abstract shapes, bringing colour to the streets.

    Solecker is a new photography blog from Spain with images that make you want to take a break and go find some sunshine.

    Japan3 is an eclectic collection of Gundam-related content, from illustrations to filmstills, costumes, models and masks. This is a great place to indulge your Gundam yearnings, or to find out more about the franchise’s visual aesthetic.

    Happy browsing and don’t forget to check out New and Notable for more fresh Tumblr blogs!

  • Tumblr at the Palace of Versailles
Spring is here! As part of the Année Le Nôtre and Salon Lire au jardin 2013, the Palace of Versailles has just launched a new Tumblr blog and is hosting an exclusive meetup for a few lucky bloggers this Saturday to celebrate. Nicolas Jacquet, author of Secrets et curiosités des jardins de Versailles, will be our guide and reveal fascinating stories about the gardens.
We still have a few spaces left on the guest list. If you’d like to join us at 2pm on 27 April in the Versailles gardens, simply RSVP redaction@tumblr.com.
In the meantime, Versailles invites you to post a picture of yourself reading in a garden. Just tag it with #unjardinunlivre. The best photos will be featured on the official unjardin-unlivre.tumblr.com blog, and the Versailles website and Facebook page.

    Tumblr at the Palace of Versailles

    Spring is here! As part of the Année Le Nôtre and Salon Lire au jardin 2013, the Palace of Versailles has just launched a new Tumblr blog and is hosting an exclusive meetup for a few lucky bloggers this Saturday to celebrate. Nicolas Jacquet, author of Secrets et curiosités des jardins de Versailles, will be our guide and reveal fascinating stories about the gardens.

    We still have a few spaces left on the guest list. If you’d like to join us at 2pm on 27 April in the Versailles gardens, simply RSVP redaction@tumblr.com.

    In the meantime, Versailles invites you to post a picture of yourself reading in a garden. Just tag it with #unjardinunlivre. The best photos will be featured on the official unjardin-unlivre.tumblr.com blog, and the Versailles website and Facebook page.

  • Have you come across the latest craze in the international community? We’re talking about the “When You Live In…” blogs that have recently been cropping up all over. It all started with Berlin-based writer Josie Thaddeus-Johns’ hilarious take on life as an expat in Berlin. Take a look at these other examples, and let us know if we’ve missed any other good specimens!
Amsterdam
Lisbon
Barcelona
Munich
London
Happy browsing! For more fresh Tumblr blogs, head over to New & Notable!

    Have you come across the latest craze in the international community? We’re talking about the “When You Live In…” blogs that have recently been cropping up all over. It all started with Berlin-based writer Josie Thaddeus-Johns’ hilarious take on life as an expat in BerlinTake a look at these other examples, and let us know if we’ve missed any other good specimens!

    Amsterdam

    Lisbon

    Barcelona

    Munich

    London

    Happy browsing! For more fresh Tumblr blogs, head over to New & Notable!

  • Introducing another round of amazing artists from our international community we recently caught up with:

    Brazillian photographer Giselli M. explained her approach to creating the photographic self-portraits on her blog De Dentro (“from the inside”), and reflected on the fine line of sensuality in nude photography, the difficulties of shooting “selfies,” and finding inspiration in different things.

    Dutch illustrator and animator Lois van Baarle talked about starting out in the industry fresh out of university, how to get around creative blocks, and the importance of being represented online.

    French architect Fabrice Clapiès discussed the act of painting imaginary urban landscapes, her love of watercolours, and historic sources of inspiration.

    Happy reading and don’t miss our official New & Notable blog for more fresh Tumblr blogs!

  • This week we want to share some of the amazing stuff being done by international illustrators on Tumblr:

    Frau Isa is from Switzerland. Her work is filled with a sense of nostalgia and earthy colors, mixed with strange and sometimes mythical motifs.

    JulesJulien is based in Paris and is a freelance illustrator whose work questions reality. He’s been published worldwide.

    Behind Door Lize is Lize Pietske Klaartje Korpershoek, a freelancer from Amsterdam specialised in illustration, animation and video. If you read Dutch, check out the interview with her on our Dutch staff blog.

    I’m not 12 is run by Irena Freitas, a prodigious illustrator from Brazil. Just twenty years old, she has already illustrated various books, magazines and websites. Você fala português? Here’s an interview on Tumblr’s Brazilian staff blog.

    Something to show is what Tatyana Kartasheva has. She’s an artist, freelance Illustrator and pattern designer currently living and working in Kiev, Ukraine. She also does amazing watercolors and has been featured on Tumblr’s Russian staff blog here.

    Finally, Hole is the Tumblr blog of Italian illustrator Daniela Tieni. Her drawings are both romantic and mysterious. Parli italianoWe had a chat with her on our Italian staff blog.

    Happy browsing and don’t forget to check out New and Notable for more fresh Tumblr blogs!

  • Introducing some more great blogs from our international communities:

    Mitsui Illustration features airy watercolours and fashion illustration from Japan.

    The Brazillian blog Desedu examines the relationship between design and education.

    Все свои Is a new blog from Russia showcasing creative people in their working environments.

    I Gettoni is an Italian radio station blog which combines poetry with great vintage photography and tips for upcoming broadcasts.

    And finally, a textual blog: kaliumsorbat is a German cynic’s attempt to find beauty in everyday life.

    Happy reading and don’t forget to check out New & Notable for more fresh Tumblr blogs!

  • It’s Friday! Here are a few of the spectacular users recently featured on Tumblr’s international staff blogs:

    Russian composer Andrey Klimkovsky chatted with us about his music, his love of outer space, and the old days when forums were the only social networks around.

    Naples-based author Gianni Solla shared his sources of inspiration, talked about his passion for music, and the influence sharing content online has had on today’s writers.

    The three Spanish translators from La Pera (“the pear”) discussed how they collaboratively blog, the impact of social media on their work, and overcoming challenges as a translator.

    Happy browsing and don’t miss our official New & Notable blog for more fresh Tumblr blogs from all over!