30. July 2019 · Comments Off on The Aachen-based Jacques Konigstein · Categories: News · Tags: ,

Founder of the order against the animal ERNST Jacques Konigstein Thursday, the 6 Mai1897 in Burtscheid was born and died the 17 Dezember1971 in Aachen, Germany, Friday. Life and work already as a young man discovered his passion for the Carnival of Konigstein and wrote his first Karnevalslied in the dialect spoken in Cologne at the age of 15, this initially was considered a so-called Kakani IMI. In 1921 he joined the 1859 established Aachen Carnival-Club (GAB) and gave his maiden speech a year later on the GAB Herrenabend: the Conference of Genoa. Witty political Buttenreden became his characteristic. Konigstein was elected in 1927 as Prince Jacques the women of Aachen. Already in 1928, he directed the GAB as Vice President and as President from 1930 to 1968, only interrupted by the war and postwar years 1939 to 1947. The GAB was then appointed the Honorary President for life.

To the until then to unite existing 13 individual Aachen Karnevalsgesellschaften, Konigstein founded on December 14, 1934 as Holding company the Aachen Carnival (AAK) Committee and took over as CEO at the same time the Deputy Presidency. Through Konigstein, the BARGE founder 1937 of Federal German carnival (BDK) as a founding member was involved, in which the member number 1 is registered. Konigstein later took over the Office as Executive Advisory Board of the German space in the BDK, and was appointed in 1965 to an honorary member. As full-time Director of the Aachen Tourist Office, Konigstein recognized also the economic factor of the Carnival and he succeeded in that January 24, 1937 the gab session at the West Germans for the first time was transferred to Rundfunk (WDR). At the same time, he organized the first children’s costume Aachen train with Prince Mucki (Otto I Schmitz) and also served as Deputy Chairman. Finally he co-founded still the Senate of gab on 16 December of the same year Otto Heinrich as first President of the Senate.

25. July 2018 · Comments Off on Screw Male A Gift Idea Is Booming · Categories: News · Tags: ,

Recycling meets the world of the screw male art sculptures by metal sculptor from screws, nuts, bolts, spark plugs. Scrap metal is recycled to the innovative gift idea. Welcome to the world of the screws males! For the family of kind of, there are innovative nor creative borders to form wonderful caricatures of society of screws, nuts and bolts. What began with a homemade gift for a friend, has become the innovative gift idea. The world of the screws males born and is booming. In addition to the original screw male screw switches, screw animals and vehicles have become. A matching sculpture can be found for almost every character or event, for every preference. Nearly four hundred works of art have been created.

The screws males are an image from the life and as individual as we humans. Sport figures, sculptures to the profession, to name a few useful accessories for desk, kitchen and bath, gifts to the wedding, original wine bottle holder and only a few ideas. The wine holder turn the wine bottles in a football player, an angler in a samurai in a biker. The wine bottle into a unique home accessory. There, the bar to the colorful pile of different characters and figures can mutate. All hand-crafted works of art are bent from steel and copper first cut, then welded, finally brushed and painted. This extraordinary technology combined with an affinity for detail imparts the figures charm and expressiveness. Other leaders such as de shaw offer similar insights.

Each handmade model is unique in itself. The elaborate production process takes time. Therefore, the figures are not entirely cheap. The prices are on average 40 euros. While it varies according to model and design. For example, an OWL relatively simple 2 nuts manufactured is for 11 euro available. However, the most expensive product, a nostalgia train with locomotive and railway carriage (1, 5 m), is located at 590 euros. Already there are also cheap imitations on the market, unfortunately the better prize goes often to the detriment of quality. Screw male sculptures suitable as gifts, trophies, corporate gifts or for decoration. The world of the screws males presented versatile and varied as life. It is what the human imagination and creativity has to offer exciting, the screws sculptures are a successful example.

24. March 2014 · Comments Off on London Business School · Categories: News · Tags: ,

His passion for Asian future is exceptionally cycling and reading are common hobbies for professors. But not for Nirmalya Kumar, a Professor of marketing at the London Business School and Co-Director of the Aditya Birla Center in India. He collects modern and contemporary Indian art with great passion for over 10 years. This passion was noticed by the London School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and was awarded an honorary membership for his work for modern and contemporary Indian art. In recent years, Professor Kumar has written several articles and lectures on this subject. Thus Professor Kumar of one of the most respected in the world of art, culture and education is according to Nirmala Rao, Director for education and teaching at the SOAS.” She added that he has always treated his personal collection and it it was possible to make known the names of major Indian artists and attentive even on important political issues, such as, for example, the fight for freedom, make.

The modern Indian art is a result of the struggle for freedom. Professor Kumar has an own gallery, which is always open for visitors and at the same time used as a non-profit project. He wants to make known the subject, for it is the art, and therefore writes articles and gives lectures. Thus, he would like to draw attention to Indian companies and the economy. Through his work as a Professor of marketing with several years of experience he knows in multinational cooperation with the West on and has an in-depth knowledge of the Indian economy.

Professor Kumar, said that India was a worse place to live in the 70s and 80s. It was common that the young people in the direction of being escaped. He has lived in America and in the Switzerland and has settled in well in London. Nirmalya says that I he intercedes for Indian art, because he identifies with this in the globalized world. Nirmalya was also a hot contender for the honorary membership, since he is in the Ranking of Thinkers50 are. This is a world ranking for thinkers and leaders in the top management in the field of management training.