Archive for April, 2012

26 beloved Street Art Photos – March 2012

April 30th, 2012

link to see the photos of art-work



Google art project

April 29th, 2012

What is Google Art Project?

Some famous artworks here


Elvis and Anabelle (2007)

April 28th, 2012

Sweet, sweet story of Elvis and Anabelle

Groomed by her overly ambitious mother, Anabelle is on the road to winning the Miss Texas Rose tiara when she dies tragically during a pageant. Her death lands her on the embalming table of Elvis, an embittered young man whose sense of family duty and love for his ailing father keep him from following his dreams. When Anabelle is miraculously resurrected on Elvis’ embalming table, the two unexpectedly connect and sparks fly. With the help of each other and Elvis’ father, they discover love, freedom and happiness …

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Sonalle’s Amazing Phtograpy

April 27th, 2012

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Soles 4 Soules

April 26th, 2012

Charity single brings together 19 Top Country Music Artists for international shoe charity Soles4Souls. Billy Gilman spearheads historic project to sponsor 500,000 pairs of shoes.

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Nashville, TN ‚ Multi-platinum selling artist and Grammy nominee Billy Gilman, will make his much anticipated return to music with the April 16th release of ‘The Choice,’ a charity single that will benefit Soles4Souls. In addition to Gilman, the song features 18 of country music’s top artists, including Alan Jackson, Reba McEntire, Josh Turner, and Keith Urban (see entire list of artists above). Through the strong support of CMT and Regal Entertainment Group, the music video associated with the song will get great national exposure with its premier on April 16th.

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Adam (Szabolcs) Somlai-Fischer, architect

April 25th, 2012

Adam (Szabolcs) Somlai-Fischer born 1976 in Budapest is an architect and interaction designer interested in the cultural qualities of new technologies. He creates installations and experiments that blend spaces, technologies and interactivity. A team worker, Adam collaborates with designers, artists and engineers, where motivations are shared to create projects from conglomerates of thinking cultures.

In 2007 Adam co-founded “Kitchen Budapest medialab” where he worked as the program director until 2009, since then he remained a key advisor of the lab. He is founder and currently Head of design at Prezi.

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omlai-Fischer Ádám –építész és interakció tervező, aki munkáiban, melyeket leggyakrabban designerekkel, művészekkel és mérnökökkel együttműködésben végez, a legújabb technológiák kulturális lehetőségeit kutatja, installációkon, szoftver- és hardverfejlesztéseken keresztül. Stockholmban az Architecture and Urban Research Laboratory-ban diplomázott, meghívott kutató volt a Smart Studioban, jelenleg a MOKK Média Oktató és Kutató Központ vendégkutatója. Számos európai egyetemen tanít, és az aether architecture színeiben interaktív installációkat állít ki szerte a világon. A Prezi és a KiBu alapító tagja.

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Mark McCormack – father of setting goals

April 24th, 2012

McCormack wrote numerous books, including the best-selling What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School, which spent 21 consecutive weeks at #1 on the New York Times best-seller list, and The Terrible Truth About Lawyers. His annual publication The World of Professional Golf, first published in 1967, became an equivalent to Wisden for golf fans, and included in its pages the first (unofficial) world ranking system. In his book What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School, McCormack tells of a Harvard study conducted between 1979 and 1989 in which the 3 percent of graduates who had clear, written goals earned ten times as much as the 97 percent who didn’t have clear, written goals. Numerous motivational speakers, including Brian Tracy, Mark McCormack, Anthony Robbins, have used various versions of this story.

Street art Utopia

April 23rd, 2012


more pictures here


Janos Mattis-Teutsch (1884 – 1960)

April 22nd, 2012

My next inspiration amongst Hungarian artists from the turn of the last century is János Mattis-Teutsch. His art amazingly went throguh all the following styles -

  • Post-impressionism
  • Fauvism
  • Expressionism
  • Abstract art
  • Baia Mare School
  • Surrealism
  • Socialist realism

His art work (painting, sculpture, linocut) was mostly influenced by the abstract art of Wassily Kandinsky and Kazimir Malevich, and moving towards a non-figurative outlook. Later on, he returned to figurative art, an interest which he fused with his socialist beliefs in an attempt to create a socially-aware art (as defined by his Kunstideologie, “Ideology of Painting”, a magazine he edited in Braşov).

I am mostly in love with his colours and forms … as you can see below.


Biography in Hungarian

Kunsthofpassage Dresden

April 21st, 2012

House that makes music when it rains

I am not sure I would call it music, it sounds rather like rain-fall, nevertheless it is Fabulously creative!

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