MO & PIMON #10 | “How to find out a cave is not inhabited?”

JECKYBENG is part of an urban outdoor movement – a movement of inspired urbanites who see the world from a different perspective and are not afraid to question their everyday life. They try to figure out the elemental question as to why our modern society always seems to have to compete with nature instead of striving to achieve harmony. With our interviews, stories, pictures and products, we at JECKYBEN are addressing all of you who are searching for deceleration, sustainability and balance – those who want to rediscover nature. PAPRIKO Ink. joins the JECKYBENG family with an own column where 'MO & PIMON' take you on sarcastic and ironic outdoor adventures. 'PIMON', the chilli super hero from downtown Tokyo and a newbie to outdoor activities is honored to hang out with outdoor celebrity 'MO' and learns first hand what it takes to enjoy and survive in the rough bavarian woods and beyond. How to find out a cave is not inhabited. Grizzly. Bear.New outdoor skills with Mo&Pimon: “How to find out a cave is not inhabited?”

Bears use shelters, such as caves and burrows, as their dens; most species occupy their dens during the winter for a long period (up to 100 days) of sleep similar to hibernation.

 

Swiss designer mr.Papriko of creative studio PAPRIKO Ink., illustrates, designs characters, creates graphics and typographical stuff. Besides he also draws, paints and takes care of the Papriko family, a bunch of whimsical characters, such as for example “Pimon”, the guy featured in this column. Mr.Papriko is currently living in Japan with his wife and two kids.

Have a look at his website to see more awesome stuff of him: mr. Papriko
 
PAPRIKO Ink. joins the JECKYBENG family with an own column where ‘MO & PIMON’ take you on sarcastic and ironic outdoor adventures. ‘PIMON’, the chilli super hero from downtown Tokyo and a newbie to outdoor activities is honored to hang out with outdoor celebrity ‘MO’ and learns first hand what it takes to enjoy and survive in the rough bavarian woods and beyond.