Monthly Archives: July 2011

FERTILIZER BANALIZER

FERTILIZER BANALIZER

The 1930’s are back.  Music, design, food, fashion and lifestyle are discovering the golden decade which, between two wars, was able to produce the very best in everything. Since we are approaching a new Depression, let’s get ready for a crisis-driven creativity. The best books have been wrtitten during the war, as well as the ... Read More »

WHAT HAPPENS TO VEGETARIANS

WHAT HAPPENS TO VEGETARIANS

I will never eat grass (okay, if you insist, I’ll try to smoke it). Too much evolution took me ’till where I am today. I am omnivorous. I can’t ignore the wisdom of my ancestors. If I eat meat, there must be a reason. I’m sorry for the cow. Really. I even talk to the ... Read More »

PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTOGRAPHED 3

PHOTOGRAPHY, PHOTOGRAPHED 3

You can still navigate on paper. The web is a surface where you skid like a pebble. Paper lets you go in depth, choosing your own pace and ruminate what you read. And if you live outdoor, paper can be handy too. Read More »

UTOPYA

UTOPYA

Utoya, a heart-shaped island 50 kms from Oslo, has been theatre for a massacre where 92 young people have been killed by a madman dressed as a cop. Paradise turned into hell in a matter of seconds. For Norwegians, the end of an utopia. There are no words to describe such horror and, most of ... Read More »

FUCKUSHIMA

FUCKUSHIMA

Nuclear Power, like Tyron Power, Winnie Poower, Power Rangers, Power to the People, Powerpoint and Power Shoes can have unforseeable consequences. Fukushima’s disaster shifted public opinion towards clean alternatives like sun and wind. Pretty poetic, really. But if you really want to have a serious idea about energy resources, a look at the map on ... Read More »

HITLER FLOWER POWER

HITLER FLOWER POWER

Who draw this? You ‘d be surprised to know that a drop out from Art College, a wannabe painter with a passion for architecture and industrial design, made this out, sketching the car on a napkin inside a German restaurant. His name was Adolf Hitler. This drawing was handed personally by him to Jacob Werlin, ... Read More »

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