Lives of the Artists

     Just cycled back from the movie premiere "Lives of the Artists" at Shoreditch Town Hall. I don't know why and what drove me to search twitter for events in Shoreditch tonight but I did and came across this, which was invitational and it was no possible way I could get any ticket. I called people around that might have known someone but no luck so I decided to borrow a bicycle with a basket from my flatmate Josie and cycle down there to see if I could get in. Luckily I met a guy Alan and he was so kind to get me in right for the start of the movie. Needless to say that there was a huge bar with free booze and girls that served popcorn and drinks with red shiny hearts covering their nipples. The film was full of beautiful shots of nature - Teahupoo waves and Greenland, which served as an escape from the streets of London which I've been exploring for three months now. Xavier De Le Rue's part was incredible. The scene when he stops by the water is mind blowing and leaves you with a feeling as if you saw a sky flower.

Eventually it turned out that Alan knew Stevie Gee who I actually got an email from right when I arrived home. The content consisted of the header you see above and this beautiful Tour De Friends poster. I dreamt of lemurs the other night and here you go:

Tour De Friends is still being shaped conceptually. Anyway,  we have animals involved now, who are the guardians of the whole thing. You don't want to mess with crazy apes or lions, do you? Basically the trick is that they reflect your intentions, so be careful!

Bare Love TShirts were printed a week ago in order to raise some cash for the tour. To be honest, they are so good, that leave people speechless and they cannot do anything (incl. buying) else as just to stand and admire them.

Don't loose your head and limbs from wearing these tees like this poor couple did.  Needless to say that Stevie Gee is a visual interpreter of Bare Love to Bare Soul. Why? Cause he's the wildest soul I know.

Time for coffee. Sorry guys, off to Italica, a place owned by italian guy Andrea. It is located on Turnpike lane on the way to Archway. Go say hi to him sometime, he's really friendly and has the best coffee around!

1 komentārs:

  1. Everything you write is inspiring and good luck with Everything!
    somebodī'z sister