simone de beauvoir, jean-paul sartre and che guevara

according to my sources, sartre declared guevara the “era’s most perfect man” in addition to proclaiming that “he lived his words, spoke his own actions and his story and the story of the world ran parallel.”  it would appear as if sartre was also fascinated by the lines and curves of guevara’s hand.  either way,  i would give a limb to be in the same room as these beautiful intellectuals.  nostalgia at its best. by sv

berndnaut smilde

artist berndnaut smilde focuses his pieces on the physical presence of transitional spaces, in other words, that which we tend to neglect and exists IN BETWEEN.  a brilliant idea, reading between the lines so to speak, in the linear concept of reality and otherwise.  this exhibits smilde’s cloud formations.  imagine your own cumulonimbus right in the comfort of your own living room.  i’ll take two.  more seen hereby sv

bk bbq’s

all those american’s around me are gearing up for the 4th. i personally get in step for july 1st… but anyways. regardless of your national day, nothing beats a rooftop barbeeque in the kingdom of brooklyn. care to join?  by kl

of all places, not australia but ecuador?

let’s not confuse the facts here, ecuador is not exactly a place we’d consider ideal and surely they have their issues and internal agendas for considering taking on julian assange under asylum. but non-the-less i have come to appreciate ecuador’s stance not to mention their balls. the world, or better put the citizens of this world, should be ashamed of themselves when the peace prize is given to war mongers and terrorist and the one person who reveals the truth is being hunted down by our various governments. the very governments we consider to be the best of the best in terms of fairness, in terms of freedom of the press. you think the US is great? how about UK? what about sweden? well think again, an independent international body, “reporters without borders” press freedom index  rates sweden today to be ranked as the 12th, the united states justice system to be the 47th in the world, and the UK to be the 28th. that means there are 47 other countries that rate higher in press freedom than the US and 28 country’s above the UK.  its mind boggling? imagine that… were would water gate be with out assange and his like? shame indeed. watch the pathetic cnn anchor “do his job”… i wonder what amount of money warrants selling your soul? by xy

plastic wishes

after a day like today a plastic sundress is a brilliant idea and i’m SO anti-plastic. it’s the death of the the world, but i guess you could argue the same of supermodels.  by kl