Sunday, December 5, 2010

Walk on guilded splinters

dr john:


I love my work but I'm consumed by it.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

coffee break?

Jan Hammer, forever and ever and ever



Maestro and Principles of Geometry

Last night I witnessed one of the most impressive performances I've seen lately. It was at Tigersushi's 10th anniversary party ar Rex.

The highlight of that evening for me was surely Maestro's act, very dense, intense and sexy, much darker than their studio recordings I think.



And Principles of Geometry were terrific too.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Karolina in Palestine

Karolina Kapustaite, a fragile beauty, that was modeling for the look book of my latest collection 'rhythm and blues' (and walked for Viktor and Rolf and many more), takes breathtakingly beautiful pictures, this one was taken in Palestine.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Elisee Monmarte tonight

was on fire.
Last week I googled if Krikor is doing any shows in Paris, and I found he will be doing an opening act for Jamie Lidell. I like living in Paris.
So tonight he did a deep and beautiful slow groove live set for a crowd that probably wanted something up tempo.
Then after a while Lidell and his incredible live band took over and boy it didn't let go for those two hours. I wanted to write so much about it, but it is late and it's useless putting that in words, everybody should experience this performance themselves - as rich, professional, but yet somewhat effortless, stylish, full of love, jokes, sweat and drum sets.

I brought my camera with an empty battery to the concert and while I was trying to make something of the remains of its power I thought to myself "ką, aš durnė? Reikia mėgautis pasirodymu, o ne dėl kadro vargti" and I came up only with these very few shots.


Krikor

Jamie Lidell with band


The very last song of Lidell's band turned out to a little jam session with lots of beatboxing and Jamie wraped "I wanna dance with somebody" into his "Multiply" quite like in this gig in Warsaw:

Monday, November 15, 2010

Sunday, November 14, 2010

cogito


















Louise Bourgeois and bones and flesh

First knew about her work when I was 15 or 16, fascinated ever since. 


My scalp / forehead / ears / the base of the skull / back of the neck / the back between the shoulder blades / the bae of the ribs / Solar Plexus / the stomach / the esophagus / the throat / the intestines / the rectum / the legs / thighs / ankles / toes / the pelvis bones / the joints / the arms / forearms / hands / fingers / the pains and cramps / the breathing / the palpitations / the hot flushes / the perspiration / extreme extreme tention / the smell of the hunter animal.



















It reminds me this gospel: