Thursday, 2 October 2008


Here, please.
A cat + humorous comment + broken english (kitteh eenglish) = world wide success.

Somewhere over the rainbow

Wooden orthodox churches which can be found in the forgotten small villages at the east borders of Poland. Style is russian, for catholic churches are not usually designed with a dome roof.

Clive Barker's Salome

Very weird short film, based on biblical story, made by horror writer Clive Barker. The film was made in 1973 and extremely rare until someone posted it on youtube (I salute him!)
Imaginary and the atmosphere are most important in that piece (7 mins long) - its, dusty, heavy, distorted and atmospheric like hell.

St.Conan's Kirk

St. Conan's Kirk (what a name.. wonder if he came from Cymmeria :P) in Scotland. It was built in the late 19th century, is a mixture of neo-gothic and neo-god-knows-what by an architect Walter Campbell. Webportal 'Undiscovered Scotland describes it this way: "He did not design the church to conform to any particular style. Rather he took ideas and designs from different places and periods and produced something that serves as a collection of the best or most interesting features drawn from many other churches."
Ps. It have drainpipes looking like rabbits!

Skansen in Kielce

A museum of village architecture , everyday life and interior design, from 17th -to early 20th century.

Actors in traditional clothes.

Old Pharmacy

Pharmaceutician's workshop

Something like living-room ;-)
Something like living-room ;-)

One even can't imagine how many surprisingly modern furniture and solutions have already been invented in the past.

Laced Fairy Tale

Yes I know. I completely neglected architecture so I'm posting in the last minute. :)

Spanish balconies

I've been in Malaga last year, so it's not quite a recent photo, but those large windows and small balconies added to each window are such a pretty contrast to English small and square ones.
Moreover, on these streets at night one can feel like being among friends - everything is so clean , warm and pretty.


Fred & Friends is an American company making funny gadgets and employing a bunch of crazy designers. Best table lamp I've ever seen.