Oberbilk’s heart beats along the Kölner Straße. Starting at Pempelforter Straße, crossing Worringer Platz, past Oberbilker Markt and all the way to Oberbilker Allee — there it is: a road, 2.6 km long, the centre of this vibrant area, which constantly supplies Düsseldorf with new ideas, open minded people and – last but not least – a rich array of products.
Inspiration is a fickle thing. It always comes when least expected. This
is also the case with Düsseldorf’s inspirational locations and their secrets — some of them require serious treasure hunting, all of them demand a keen eye. Whether you’re looking for vintage furniture, nostalgic stationery or Scandinavian interior decoration — the city covers all your basic and not-so-basic needs.
For our photographer Sabrina Weniger, tiny Wallstraße in the heart of the old town perfectly reflects the native and true Düsseldorf: a bit rough and eccentric, a bit chic and elegant, a bit old and dirty and most of all: with its heart in the right place. Even though it’s located directly in the city centre, it is easily overlooked.
I love writing and everything that has to do with it: letters, words, shapes.“ This is how Tobias Saul describes himself. The 26 year old lettering artist Tobias Saul has turned his passion into his job. More than 65.000 subscribers follow his account on Instagram where the young artist frequently presents his works.