"Due to my strong personal convictions, I wish to stress that this film in no way endorses a belief in the occult."
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We all love watermelons, specially this part of the year, but most of us don't know somethings about these wonderful creatures.
The watermelon is a being. Some people see it green, other see it red. It is a person, has soul and has emotional ups and downs. Just like everybody else.
So here's the happy watermelon:) :
And here's the sad watermelon :( :
And here's the horny watermelon:
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Absurditatea pedepsirii penale a celor care, chipurile, ar aduce ofensa insemnelor nationale are mai multe laturi. Mai intai, conform unei astfel de decizii, ce ar trebui sa faci tu ca stat daca ti se arde steagul in afara teritoriului? Pornesti un razboi impotriva statului al carui cetatean e ofensatorul? Pentru ca, daca iti pedepsesti proprii cetateni, de ce i-ai ierta pe straini?
Apoi, acele „insemne nationale” Sunt niste textile lipsite de viata, artificial investite cu simbolistica religioasa in care noi suntem obligati sa credem. Vorbim aici despre un adevarat act de colonialism intrateritorial: nu crezi in propria mea religie, atunci te extermin. Nu. Nu va arde si nu va muri nimeni din cauza faptului ca un om da foc unui steag tricolor, romanesc, de exemplu. Stima pe care mafiotii statali vor s-o instituie cu forta mai mult produce furie si dispret. Stima nu se creeaza cu forta, ci se construieste in urma respectului fata de valorile umaniste pe care statul de obicei doar le mimeaza. Acest tip de gandire este unul antic, identic cu cei care l-au condamnat pe Socrate la moarte pentru acuzatia ca nu crede in zei.
Si, nu in ultimul rand, insemnele nationale nu reprezinta poporul. Statul nu reprezinta poporul. Statul e o banda de mafioti care terorizeaza poporul. El este dusmanul poporului. A-l dispretui este un act de rezistenta al poporului impotriva opresiunii statale.
Scored decisive goals in 2 of last 3 European finals that Real Madrid played in 2 years, at 90 +3 (additional time) minute. The guy is Mr. 93 minute
I don’t play video games, as they destroyed my life. Thanks God I have another life left…
So I don’t play "Pokemon go" but, as you can see, it touched me too, as became viral in several weeks. So, as long as there is a light at the other end of the tunnel, there is a hope. The hope dies the last. I hope it won’t die in terrible pains…
Tonight there it is the Euro 2016 final. Ronaldo could become the best football player ever.
Einstein + Rammstein = REnstein
This work is a kind of selfportret. Here one can find my passion for science, for painting and for music. Einstein is maybe the most popular nowadays scientific figure. And he played violin. There are two very important painters that used to play violin. The first one is Dominique Ingres, one of the main figurers of Neoclassicism. He played second violin in the “Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse”. I painted his head flipped form his well-known “Self portrait at age 24” at the left bottom side of my work. The second one is Paul Klee, one of my favorite painters from art history and one of the most important abstract artists. And he also played violin. When he was 11 years old, he received an invitation to play as an extraordinary member of the Bern Music Association. He was also a theoretician. I painted him at 90 degrees counter clock rotation at the Einstein’s right hand. I also drew the Leonardo’s famous self-portrait on the Einstein’s right hand, as he also was a very important theoretician. At the Einstein’s right side I painted Brian May, the famous Queen guitarist. He is also an astrophysicist. I intentionally painted Einstein’s body like “Le violoniste” that Marc Chagall painted in 1913. So, you see, this painting is about my mind’s associations between history of science, art and music. I’ve got Rammstein connected with the whole thing because of similar sonority with Einstein. Here’s why their “Du hast mich” became “Du haste = mic²h” on my canvas. I don’t know why I also painted Grumpy cat in this work but I felt like it had to be there.
I don’t know why I also painted Grumpy cat in this work but I felt like it had to be there.
The text for this artwork can be found at the 119 page of this book:
This work is a part of my latest exhibition „ Modern heroes”
Pe principiul facerii de Copy si mancarii de Paste
Respect insa pentru acei romani anonimi suficient de „prosti”, care si-au luat doctoratele pe merit, muncind o viata intreaga sa aduca contributii domeniilor lor.
O lucrare veche de 6 ani pe care am facut-o fara sa ma gandesc ca e arta . Dar nu poate fi altceva. Asa ca pacat sa n-o postez pe arte, in acord cu implinirea duminica a 4 ani de alergare la competitii.
O lucrare cu puternica tenta autobiografica, dupa cum se poate vedea aici. Desigur, nu e singura intalnire cu coruptia.
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