The Selby Photographs Olaf Hajek at home in Berlin
The Selby visits the Berlin apartment of fellow B&A artist Olaf Hajek. The illustrator currently divides his time between the apartment in the Mitte borough of Berlin and London and New York. The Selby photographed details in the apartment including a wall covered in chalkboard paint, statues and artifacts from Hajek's travels, and framed artwork including a collection of twenty-three frames with sayings that include the word "Run" in them. Hajek also answered one of The Selby's famous hand-written Q&As. He drew a map of his favorite spots in Mitte, illustrated his own version of the German flag, and offered up his favorite things about South Africa, Berlin, and New York City. Hajek comments he has long been a fan of The Selby's blog and was thrilled to be included on it. He adds, "I love the way how he shows people in their homes and the way he portraits them."
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