Bastei in German translates as bastion and you can easily see why this name was chosen for this towering rock formation, situated on the River Elbe near Dresden in the German Free State of Saxony. Towering almost 200 meters over the river below, Bastei was formed by water erosion over a million years ago. In recent times it has become such an object of fascination that a bridge linking a number of the rocks was constructed, and is itself something of a marvel of Victorian age engineering.
A sample from my training with Kris today! Seen here are long-reaches, bumps with pull-ups, and ladders on the small rungs. We also did pull-throughs on the board, light weights in the weight room, along with TRX and box-jumping. Fun fun fun :)
"A selection of posters to promote this years Dimensions Festival and their partners. Each poster has a slightly different take on the central graphic."
Ross Gunter is an independent British graphic designer living in London, working across print and screen. He studied multimedia production and typography, and over the past 7 years has worked in a range of agencies for a variety of clients, from start-ups to corporate multi-nationals. Passionate about detail and craft, Ross’s approach combines conceptual thinking with strong type and image, drawing beauty from simplicity.