Saturday, 29 October 2011


Definately worth watching, you'll learn a lot.

For a while now I've been trying to switch to products which are natural, ecological and not tested on animals. If you've tried this you'll also know how difficult it is...
There are few products to choose from and many of them are contradicting on their claims to be "green". For example Body Shop which is supposed to be such a good choice for the concious shopper. Turns out they are owned by L'Oreal which is one of the worst companies in the business!
Anyway, we do our best, right?


Dante - Runners by baselinemusic

Dante - Next To You by baselinemusic

Dante Kinnunen from The Concretes.
A new favourite.

Wednesday, 26 October 2011



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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

VICE issue launch

One for Thursday.
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Thursday 27 October

Purity Ring Live
Theme Park Live

Friday, 21 October 2011

Myths @ Annroy Gallery

From last night at Annroy Gallery where Rankin & Damien Hirst had their opening night of their collaboration show Myths.
Gorgeous art! Both artists are geniouses.

Monday, 17 October 2011

The Minotaur @ Old Vic Tunnels

I went to Lazarides’ latest show The Minotaur at the Old Vic Tunnels last Friday and as I expected I was totally blown away! It’s the best gallery space with the best host, it can only be good. With the theme “Minotaurs”, different graffiti and street artists have created installations, videos, paintings and sculptures all around the tunnels and it’s a maze of amazement…

Only negative thing about the night was the michelin restaurant which a section of the tunnels had been pardoned off for – the mix of high society people and graffiti culture doesn’t mix very well. But if you can ignore those champagne sipping peeps in suits and diamonds, then it’s certainly a great night out!

Show’s open until the 25th of October so don’t miss out!

Sunday, 16 October 2011

Stay creative

We are the 99%

Julian Assange speaking to the crowd

12h spent at the Occupy London Stock Exchange yesterday outside St Paul's Cathedral.
Beautiful day sitting on the church steps in the sun, watching the masses and listening to different speakers, amongst them Julian Assange.

It was all very peaceful with very little action. Kind of disappointing if you ask me, especially after reading about the riots in Rome. There was only 1 bigger "incident" which happened when the police decided to take over the top of the church steps and used force to get people to move and pushing them down the stairs. Very unnecessary.

About 3000 people came out in London, with about 500 staying in tents over night.