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Isaac Cordal : Sculpture to the People

October 11, 2014

Isaac Cordal is a Spanish born artist, in 1975, currently living in London. I recently found out about his work and I love it!

His main trade is sculpture and he found a way to create his own exhibitions, staging his sculptures on the street, creating surprising urban scenarios, dramatic narratives, existential metaphors and amazing cinematic-like pictures. Below, a few random examples of recent works!…




Here is a video showing several of Cordal‘s works “live”!

Isaac Cordal‘s personal webpage with all his works and a vimeo channel showing his process.

OK Kid: Were you waiting for a post on a cool German band?

October 5, 2014

OK Kid started out in mid 2012, and  they sound really well, even if you don’t understand a word!

If you do… nice lyrics!

(above) From the album OK Kid (2013, Four Music Productions)

(above) From the EP: Grundlos (2013, Four Music)

Joan Rivers: a fragile brave woman and a strong comedian

September 20, 2014

Dawn French interviews Joan Rivers for the Girls Who Do Comedy series (2006).

An excellent, honest, documentary on the business Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work (2010) by Ricki Stern and Anne Sundberg.


CADILLAC: Feel free to throw up! Sad little man…

September 13, 2014

Truth said, I have to thank Cadillac for so eloquently summing up the principles that make me throw up!

From now on, whenever I want to remember the shitty trap I don’t want to fall in — but that keeps being sold everywhere around us: I can watch this!

We live in a globalized Middle Ages era and this ad is a good explanation of ‘why?’.  If we have to fall for this shit, it is a price too high to pay for globalization.

People’s Climate March: September 21, 2014 — GO GO GO

September 9, 2014

GO. Don’t think too much about it, just GO.

An emergency meeting set for September 23, that will take place in New York, organised by Ban Ki-moon, reuniting world leaders. — The Guardian 

YES: emergency meeting because “they” finally got it: it’s getting really really bad!

Two days before, September 21, in order to push the agenda forward: UNITE: 

1) It is possible — 99 Per Cent Of Sweden’s Garbage Is Now Recycled

 2) We really should… as this documentary, once again, explains to you WHY

Full movie here.


Up until now, more than 1,500 cities, world.wide will host one! 

Find out an event near YOU:

Slomo: The Man Who Skated Right Off the Grid

September 6, 2014


This is almost as far as you can go when it comes to being brave, NOWADAYS.

Recognize the opportunity, do what you want to AND don’t judge yourself. 

— Dr. John Kitchin quit a medical career to pursue his passion: skating along the boardwalk of San Diego’s Pacific Beach. He calls himself “Slomo.” —

September is on: Happy “New Year”!

September 1, 2014


It’s still Summer but August is gone. Half the world will be back on its routine, very very soon. 

I hope you find the courage to take action in Lennon‘s words – instead of just reading it and find it ‘nice’.

Be brave, and act on it. Yes, it will be hard if you choose to, but you can choose the soundtrack… 



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