Tag Archives: Spain

Madiba the Great

I know Poland does not seem likely a place to be influenced by and – now – struck with the loss of the great Nelson Mandela. And yet, here too we are touched deeply with his passing. I know there … Continue reading

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All the fish of Gehry

Frank Gehry is dubbed the most important architect of our age (Vanity Fair labelled him so) and his incredible works such as the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao or Dancing House in Prague are know to any art/architecture admirers, with his style … Continue reading

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Creeping ivy

I really like this piece by a Spanish artist Pejac – who paints “normal” paintings on canvasses, but also does some street art interventions – which was done this year in Madrid, Spain. I like the delicate theme in itself, but there … Continue reading

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Holiday in Spain

….is where I am going for a week. Vacation, finally! Please excuse me while I am away for not posting anything. And what can be better, more exciting and inspiring than this city… As this guy used to say – … Continue reading

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Dress the monuments!

Yarnbombing is fun – that’s a fact. Sculptures in the cities – are not always fun, and this is also a fact which I pointed out some time. And they are grey, and sad. Well, not all of them, but … Continue reading

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Gowns on the walls

Here’s a little, tiny set from my collection – how the beauty and elegance of women can be pictured with a painting of incredible figures clad in gowns of colour and imagination. Artist: Vexta, Location: Melbourne, Australia   Location: Valencia, Spain.  … Continue reading

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Architectural Tower of Babel

This might be one of the most wicked and outstanding hotels in the world in any category you might think of. An architectural Tower of Babel or a 13-floor living textbook for future-willingto-be architects. A building for anyone passionate about … Continue reading

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