teachmewhatever x musketon

In this episode Belgian illustrator Musketon (Bert Dries) teaches me how to make an original & personal business card. “Why not make a sticker?” he said. And the rest is history. Bert and Toon, thank you so much for supporting me! Keep an eye on Musketon’s Instagram for more awesome illustrations. A true perfectionist, incredibly kind person  and  a wise…

Teach me how to skateboard.

While wandering around the streets of Shoreditch, I discovered a pop-up gallery that supports young artists. By retweeting the artwork you liked using #100aires, you could become the owner of it. Thanks to the retweets of my lovely followers, yeah you, I won a “Samuel Eyles” that I was crazy about. When I decided to pick it up at the pop-up gallery… Thanks…

A shitload of luck.

To everyone who has supported me so far: thank you so much! No words can describe my feelings. It would be way easier to express myself in my native language, but I’ve met so many travelers from other countries that need to read this as well. It won’t be perfect, it won’t cover everything, but…

Teach me some basketball tricks

Interacting with your followers is crucial to build up an engaged community. That’s why I always try to respond to comments. On Saturday morning I woke up and saw that one of my followers (Liesbeth) recommended me to go to #BelgiumGotGame, a big basketball event close to my house. Why not? I jumped into my car, drove to…

Teach me how to make “rock candy”

“Sweet dreams are made of this!” “We will, we will… ROCK YOU!” “Sweet sugar candy man…” In this episode the “Viva Praha rock candy” team teaches me how to properly cut these sweets in the middle of their store in Prague. At first I wasn’t sure if they would have time since they’re always very…

Teach me something about Pinocchio

Geppetto, a poor old wood carver, was making a puppet from a tree branch. “You shall be my little boy,” he said to the puppet, “and I shall call you ‘Pinocchio’.” He worked for hours, carefully carving each detail. When he reached the mouth, the puppet started making faces at Geppetto. “Stop that, you naughty…

Teach me how to make a chocolate truffle

Forget about Charlie and the chocolate factory. It’s all about me and the chocolate kitchen now. On my last day in Barcelona the smell of chocolate led me towards Chök Barcelona where I met Michele. He taught me how to make a tasty chocolate truffle with passion fruit. Nom nom nom.

Teach me a bulgarian circle dance

What’s the last thing you would expect me to learn in Barcelona? Exactly, a bulgarian circle dance in the middle of a Belgian ‘crêperie’. Randomness: pro level.

Teach me how to slice ham

La Boqueria, the main reason why I would like to move to Barcelona. It was quite a challenge to find someone to teach me something, since it’s always crowded. Luckily, a butcher was so kind to show me how to slice serrano ham thinly by using a knive. Quite impressive!  Because of safety reasons he told…

Teach me some aussie slang

Being in the coolest city, sleeping in the coolest hostel, surrounded by the coolest people. Thank you Thomas & Brooke for teaching me some aussie slang during my stay in Barcelona. If you enjoy watching my videos, please let me know 🙂

Teach me how to make a flipbook animation

While visiting “La Boqueria” (the famous market in Barcelona) I met Julio. When I asked him to teach me whatever, he had lots of ideas. We walked to Plaça Reial, sat down and he showed me the basics of making a flipbook animation. Note to self: start from the last page, not the first! 😉…

Teach me how to play a ukulele

During my stay in ‚Bonmoustache” hostel in Barcelona, I had the pleasure to meet a very talented girl named Sara Dee. With musical roots in the Los Angeles South Bay, she brings a new spin to a timeless sound. Her penchant for unorthodox sounds has given rise to her trademark genre known as ‘Feisty Folk.’…