[Online Course] MOSS // Season #1

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MOSS (short for Moment of Stillness) invites you to slow down and observe the world around you. It is a 5-week gentle guidance by Frido that will help you to learn ways to capture various moments of your day using a variety of drawing mediums. You can use this online course to learn how to draw objects, environments, or scenes around you or follow along to be inspired to add personal elements to your journal or planner pages. 

We hope you enjoy the intimate and relaxing atmosphere of MOSS and feel more comfortable adding personal imprints to your analogue journey. 

How this course works // 

Each week for five weeks, a new episode will be shared on the platform. Each episode will offer different ideas to capture your everyday life in a unique way. Once they are released, you will have access to all of the contents, so you can always come back to the lesson as you would like. There will be two Live Demo sessions scheduled during this season. During Live Demo, Frido will share his drawing process and hold space to answer any questions you might have encountered while watching previous MOSS episodes. Join us to explore the world with your pen and paper.


Course Details // 

  • [Episode 1] Appreciating a special gift // ink bottle (launch on 2/9)
  • [Episode 2] Cozying up // tea and candle (launch on 2/16)
  • [Live Demo] Draw along and ask questions with Frido (2/17 @3pm PST)
  • [Episode 3] Fascination with Japanese packaging // paper bag  (launch on 2/23)
  • [Episode 4] Beach adventure // lifeguard tower (launch on 3/1)
  • [Episode 5] Vitality from the market // farmer's market tomato  (launch on 3/8)
  • [Live Demo] Draw along and wrap up the season with Frido (3/9 @3pm PST)

About Frido // 

Frido is the German Bauhaus half of the partnership at Baum-kuchen, taking a lead role in the creative and visual direction of Baum-kuchen. He has 20+ years of experience teaching design, creativity, and visual communication at ArtCenter College of Design.

When he is not teaching, homeschooling, or working with BK, he enjoys getting in the flow of creativity by opening his notebook and drawing, whether it is the next idea for BK or an artifact around him. Through these moments of stillness and observation, he feels a sense of connection to the world around him.