Monday, January 31, 2011


And it's not just what you wear,
You look good today
But you looked good yesterday as well.
I like you 'cause you're mine.
My pretty lady of all times.
Pretty in the morning, all day and in night time.

Karen Millen dress, Georgina Goodman shoes.

Saturday, January 29, 2011


Some things make you feel angry.
Some people make you cry.
Some times are happy times.
Some days feel just right.
Some Saturdays bring all things beautiful and romantic to your eyes.

Kim Ashbridge at Paddington markets

Corner of William and Oxford Street

Photo by Deborah Paauwe, exhibiting at ACP on Oxford Street

Windows above the shops at Oxford Street

Tuesday, January 25, 2011


Now, you are being judged.
Your  being observed.
Your every step is watched.
Your every move captured.

They'll catch you sooner or later
Looking less than superb.
or doing something you shouldn't do,
or feeling a little odd or blue.
They have their eyes on you.

They have their eyes on you
When you sleep and when awake.
They watch you how you seat,
They watch how you comb your hair.
They watch you how you eat and shit
And how you make your bad.

Oh, you'll break one day,for sure
And they'll be there to celebrate that.
Will take a lot of pictures, of course,
Why not?
And they'll take ugly one of you.
And they'll frame you on the wall,
For everyone to see,
You are not so perfect after all.
You see! Ahaa! I told you so!

Drawing by Natalija Rushidi

Wednesday, January 19, 2011


-Darling,you look just amazing. How do you manage to look so thin?
-Oh,I eat! I eat so much lately. I gotta stop eating.
-Myself, I hardly eat to stay this slim. I don't know what to do!
- I have a fast metabolism. I can eat as much as I want to. 
-My metabolism slowed down with all this diets.
-I exercise,I just went for a run,it was amazing.

...And they ate, oh how much they ate... By 2 o'clock the whole leaf was gone.

Photo by Zelko Nedic

Saturday, January 15, 2011


"What does this (artwork) signify?"
"It doesn't have to signify anything. It's a visual thing!" Dorothy Vogel 

I watched "Herb and Dorothy"last night. A documentary film by Megumi Sasaki. It's about Herbert and Dorothy Vogel, two extraordinary people, not so average middle-class New Yorkers, who managed to built an amazing contemporary art collection of 4,782 works of art,on their low income, and kept it all in their one bedroom apartment. When they donated their collection to The National Gallery Of Art, it took 5 huge tracks to take it all out of their little apartment.

The story about two passionate collectors, who dedicate their life to art, made me turn around and look at my own life to see what a great collection of Treasures have me and my partner collected so far. I must say we have some Treasures to show! They may not have any (future) real value,but we could almost start a Circus here and now.

And the passion one feels when you just have to have it,before it's yours and when it is yours!
The need! The desire! The love!