Sunday, March 23, 2014

South Park The Stick Of Truth The Game

How exciting is that? South Park role-playing video game. No secret that I love South Park and always dreamed about playing a video game with an actual plot. You actually play as "The New Kid" who just moved in town.

"t. Sent out to make friends, the New Kid quickly allies with Butters, Princess Kenny and their leader Cartman, who are role-playing as humans in a fantasy war with the drow elves, led by Kyle and Stan. The New Kid, dubbed "Douchebag", is introduced to the Stick of Truth, a coveted item of unlimited power. The elves attack Cartman's backyard castle of Kupa Keep and take the Stick. Cartman banishes Clyde from the group for failing to defend the stick. With the help of Cartman's best warriors, Douchebag recovers the Stick from Jimmy. That night, Douchebag and several town residents are abducted by aliens. Douchebag escapes his confinement with the help of Stan's dad Randy, and crashes the alien ship into the town's mall."







Friday, March 21, 2014

Artists I Like: Oleg Dou

Oleg Dou is a really cool artist from Moscow. He manipulates photographs in Photoshop and other software.
  “I want to attain the feeling of presence one can get when walking by a plastic mannequin…” he has said.  “I am looking for something bordering between the beautiful and the repulsive, living and dead.”
No wonder, as he is inspired by 19th century child funeral portraits.













Tuesday, March 18, 2014

The Pale Horse

"Set in the France 1835. The pretty Rose Dupre is bullied and called the witch's daughter. People say her mother is a witch who kills and eats humans. However, Marie and Peter don't believe all those rumors and decide to protect Rose... But what if the rumors are true?"


Read HERE

I don't need to review it. This is a truly masterpiece everyone should know about.








Monday, March 17, 2014

Museum of Broken Relationships

Oh, I really want to go to Zagreb, Croatia now. The idea of this museum sounds so cool. I would probably stare at the exhibits forever.
The Museum of Broken Relationships is an ongoing exhibition in which anyone can contribute, it consists of objects submitted by different people from around the world, 
each object telling a story of a failed relationship. Such as a wedding dress, an old garden gnome and a 
cast from a broken leg, are on display with stories telling of long gone passion, 
romance and heartbreak. 
I think it's not all about bitter love stories but more about history and culture as well, which makes it even more interesting.
Divorce Day Mad Dwarf
20 years 
Ljubljana, Slovenia
The divorce day garden dwarf. He arrived in a new car. Arrogant, shallow and heartless. The dwarf was closing the gate that he had destroyed himself some time ago. At that moment it flew over to the windscreen of the new car, rebounded and landed on the asphalt surface. It was a long loop, drawing an arc of time – and this short long arc defined the end of love.


An Ex Axe
1995 
Berlin, Germany
She was the first woman that I let move in with me. All my friends thought I needed to learn to let people in more. A few months after she moved in, I was offered to travel to the US. She could not come along. At the airport we said goodbye in tears, and she was assuring me she could not survive three weeks without me. I returned after three weeks, and she said: “I fell in love with someone else. I have known her for just 4 days, but I know that she can give me everything that you cannot.”

I was banal and asked about her plans regarding our life together. The next day she still had no answer, so I kicked her out. She immediately went on holiday with her new girlfriend while her furniture stayed with me. Not knowing what to do with my anger, I finally bought this axe at Karstadt to blow off steam and to give her at least a small feeling of loss – which she obviously did not have after our break-up.

In the 14 days of her holiday, every day I axed one piece of her furniture. I kept the remains there, as an expression of my inner condition. The more her room filled with chopped furniture acquiring the look of my soul, the better I felt. Two weeks after she left, she came back for the furniture. It was neatly arranged into small heaps and fragments of wood. She took that trash and left my apartment for good. The axe was promoted to a therapy instrument.


A Cell Phone
July 12, 2003 - April 14, 2004 
Zagreb, Croatia
It was 300 days too long. He gave me his cell phone so I couldn't call him any more.



A "MIRA FURLAN" Bowl
Almost 3 years, January 2003 – September 2005 
Ljubljana, Slovenia
You wanted me to bake bread. Because a woman kneading dough is so erotic, isn't she? You probably thought I’d work up such a sweat that it would drip from my breasts directly into the bowl. One summer day I dressed up only in an apron, just for you and the bowl. In three years I made bread five times in this bowl. It never was any good, always hard as a rock. I don’t know why. Maybe it is because the bowl is too small for kneading, or because I sometimes forgot to put in the yeast. Do you put an egg in bread? You were always eyeing me suspiciously when I was “getting to work”. You wanted me to be like Mira Furlan in the film “Lepota poroka”. But I’m not Mira Furlan. Now I know that the bread was bad because I was afraid that you would – like it happened in the film – smash it on my head with a hammer, if I happened to look at another boy for a tad too long. After that I only ate salad from the bowl for a while. I lost 21 kilograms. And the Furlan woman is not such a babe anymore.


Tumblr page with more stories HERE




Saturday, March 15, 2014

Friday, March 14, 2014

Wolfy (Volchok). Film Review.

Watched it a while ago. It had a really weird effect on me. The most horrible thing to happen on screen in terms of make me really heart broken is animal cruelty and abandoned little children. I can't stand a parent leaving a child behind even though she cries and begs and promises to be good like in Wolfy. In English translation Volchok is a wolf cub, in Russian there is a double meaning for that word (funny thing so many people asked me to teach them Russian language this week) and another one is an old school rotating toy.
dying or leaving a child in films, especially if the child is running and crying after leaving parent promising to be good... well. It's too hard. Haha. Anyway I knew what i'm going for but watched the

Story is about a little girl, who never seen her mother for six years, because she was in jail. As she came out she didn't really cared about the girl, trying to sort out her own life, while dumping the girl on her mother. No matter that the girl loved he mother really deeply. So once while visiting her at the grandmothers, she gave her a toy Volchok, a really suitable name for a lonely little girl as well.

Film has a lot of cruelty like a mother throwing a beer bottle into a girls head, never the less you still see it as some twisted fairy tale. For example my favorite scene is girl befriending a dead boy on the graveyard, talking and even arguing with his grave portrait and visiting him every day, getting in trouble for that later on. Another powerful scene is mother telling a story to the girl how she found a bag at the graveyard and inside of it was her, she was a wolf cub at first but the mother brought her home and made her into a little girl.


I think it's a really good film anyone should see. It's a dirty reality, from the innocent childs point of view. Left me really emotional, that's why I'm trying to avoid those kind of films (Bury Me Behind the Baseboard (2009) is another good example I loved)













Monday, March 10, 2014

Andrés Sardá Fall 2014

Andrés Sardá new collection is incredibly cool, it has everything I love in lingerie lace and bondage elements, as well as wearing it as outerwear from time to time.