Thursday, December 31, 2009

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Monday, December 14, 2009

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Thea Akelic

-I had a lengthy discussion about the power of myth with a postmodern author who didn't exist. In this fictious world, our reality twists. I was a hopeless romantic, now I'm just turning tricks. I share with complete strangers my most personal of pleasures. I scribble tidbits of useless mind info-trash, treasure. Spend hours, at my leisure, like sharpened precise tweezers.-
-We keep ourselves a mystery, but we provide, provide the clues. So the rest is up to you, and don't forget to check the obvious. We are so serious, so I guess it all comes down to how curious you can be.It's funny when you find yourself looking from the outside. I'm standing here but all I want is to be over there. How did I let myself believe miracles could happen? Because now I have to pretend that I don't really care.-

-You're desperate in finding something else to please you. You're searching your whole life, something to mute, change, or just distract you. Something to put inside you to give you the illusion of life. Cause you've always been barely alive.I say to myself, "Self, why are you awake again?" It's one A.M., standing with the fridge wide open, staring. Such a sight, florescent light. The stars are bright, might make a wish if I believed in that shit, but as it is. I might watch TV, cause its nice to see people more messed up than me.-

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Friday, December 11, 2009

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

_Fallen Art_

The Art Must Fall

“Fallen Art” is Tomek BagiƱski’s second animated short for theatrical release, but it’s actually the third film in his filmography. Before working on “Fallen Art” and “The Cathedral”, Tomek made a student short film titled “Rain” (1997, created using an earlier version of 3D Studio) that was not distributed as widely as his later films.

Ena Dapo

Monday, December 7, 2009

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Adisa Vatres


This little strip was made by my friend Sabina Mrgan (text) and me (drawing) a couple of years ago. I found it today accidentally. I really don't if I should laugh my ass off or be concerned. :)

And this music goes with it, 'cause we grew up listening to his tracks:

In short

Friday, December 4, 2009

_Hey you, hey you, this won't hurt a bit_

In my head...for a long time. :)


This song reminds me of Masha: