Friday, August 28, 2009

"Je est un autre"

"The native lives in a 'magic space' where the directions front, back, left, and right are not valid and consequently all orientation is impossible." umberto eco

"Je est un autre"

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The only time I feel alive is when I'm with you or making art.

The artist makes himself a seer by a long, immense, and calculated derailment of all the senses. All the forms of love and suffering and madness; he seeks himself and exhausts in himself all the poisons, keeping only the quitessences. Unspeakable torture, in which he needs all the faith, all the superhuman strength, by which be becomes the great invalid, the great criminal, the great pariah, above all others - and the supreme Savant! - For he attains the unknown! Since he has cultivated his soul, which was rich to start with, more than anyone else! He reaches the unknown, and if, finally overwhelmed, he turns out to lose the meaning of his visions, at least he has seen them! Let him die in his surge through things unheard of and beyond naming: other horrible workers will come after him and begin at the horizons where he sank succumbed!
Poetry will no longer just set action to rhythms; it will, itself, take the lead.
Arthur Rimbaud

box long
yeah i know
hay there
amilia nicole

Monday, August 24, 2009

here and there

As if you could kill time without injuring eternity,
the day after
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Friday, August 14, 2009

At the office

For those of you that wanted to know what i did, here
are some samples of the things i produce. Ejoy.
And a pleasure it was to have met you all. Click on image to enlarge.
1)
the theme
2)
polyTRICKS
3)
lazer
4)
poster
5)
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6)
piggies
7)
train
8)
yem jeans
9)
show dvd
10)
outro

1)Mask girl logo
2)The polyTRICKS are Dancing
3)LAZER technology
4)Liberty
5)The yem jean.
6)The "Too big to fail" shirt with the yem jean
7)The green eagle.
8)The jean
9)The film is ready for the show.
10)The outro still from the short film.



“All great deeds and all great thoughts have a ridiculous beginning.” — Albert Camus