Who is your favorite stand-up comedian? Why?
Felix Lobrecht. He's german, and started with Poetry Slams around 2010. On stage, he usually tells absurd everyday stories, which he adorns with intentionally bad puns and all breaks. He got a price for the best comedy newcomer in 2018.
If you could start a collection of one kind of item, what would it be?
Cameras, because I already do collect cameras. As a creative director, I always was interested in old and new camcorders, for different purposes. I have some up-to-date cameras, worth more than a car, but also old ones. For example the Nishika N8000, which uses four lenses to make four images from slightly different viewing angles. With that it can produce 3D pictures, that can be viewed without glasses. That process is called 'Lenticular printing'.
If you could be on the cover of any magazine which one would you choose?
The Vogue. It's my favorite magazine, for topics like fashion, beauty, culture, living and runway. The story behind the creation of Vogue in 1892 is great, while the covers usually are particularly noteworthy. The first cover with a color photograph, bisexuality in the early 1930's, celebrities like Lady Gaga, Kim Kardashian, Hillary Clinton, Beyonce, and many more.
What do you think phones will be like in 10 years?
Smartphones are already an important part of our lives and will be trending in future as well. We have been coming across various vital technologies that are proven as a boon for us, but smartphone technology is not limited to this only. They will be coming up with some unbelievable features embedded in the phones that will change the perspective of people regarding smartphones and take it to a whole new level.
Extremely flexible displays, artificial intelligence at its best, 3D screens and/or projectors, and many big new features.
How many slices of pizza are you capable of eating in one sitting?
I always tell myself I'll only eat two or three. Then everything gets kinda fuzzy and next thing I know the pizza is gone. It's a mystery.
Without joking though, theoretically, I could probably fit my whole stomach up to my mouth with pizza, and then keep stuffing it until my stomach bursts. Afterwards I would rush to cram my insides with pizza until I cannot physically fit any more or until death occurs. All the while it would be very uncomfortable and I would have to resist the urge to vomit. Skin is pretty stretchable but I don't know to what extent. My best guess is that it's "a lot."
What are two things you would do if you woke up to find yourself completely invisible?
I’d likely panic a bit, and I would have no idea I was invisible to other people. That’s because I would be blind. In order to be invisible, you must either be completely transparent, or bend light completely around you. This means that none of it gets stopped by any part of you. Vision is a chemical process that relies on little blobs of pigment absorbing photons and converting from one chemical state to another (thereby triggering a nerve impulse from each pigment-carrying cell. If your eyes could do that, they would be visible.
Then, I would spend the rest of my miserable existence being poked and prodded in medical or government labs, blind and dependent.