Drill of Reaction

In Uncategorized on July 26, 2013 at 5:33 am

As dawns at trials we have thwarted and faced.

Judgments continued but my doubts were unfazed

A lesson I’ve held since I held either a pair batons or sticks

Survival was the key as those gatherer-hunters from smashing bricks

I won’t fear the weapon, as parries land with the live hand slide

Parry and strike then move to the side

Feast upon the flurry of punches and the taste of my blade

Sweep the floor then watch the weapon fade

False Pretenses serve their turn, moments are clicking ever since moments are being sacrificed for new pieces.

Now the talk is about the new.

These colors depleted, as blinding lights appeared at the skies.

Everything I needed was when you held on to my hand,

As opaque base black scattered my eyes

You were there when I needed to stand

The colors conflicted though they were there I saw them whole

You’ve shown me a million colors

Like shooting those movies, with a hundred takes

Let’s be honest, let’s be frank; it’s so easy to commit mistakes,

Yet so deep, though so difficult to forgive these things


Bring Your Own Cushions

In Uncategorized on August 7, 2012 at 10:13 am

one way to be creative

Global Urban Art

Check out this homage to Le Corbusier’s LC 2 by architect Stefan Zwicky, with one rather striking exception. It’s made from concrete. Ouch…

Via: Swiss Miss

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Legal Graffiti Writer Arrested In London

In Uncategorized on July 28, 2012 at 2:15 am

Global Urban Art

The whole Olympics crackdown on street art is getting out of control. Darren Cullen is a legal graffiti artist, part of Graffiti Kings, a company commissioned by Team GB to create some enticing street art for the event.

illegal arrests, missile launchers mounted on apartment blocks without even asking the permission of the people who live there, suppression of  news, removal of anything or anyone, that the unelected powers that be, decide on a whim. All this for a bit of running and jumping. Is it really worth it?

If it’s a trade off between The Olympics and human rights, I’ll take the latter thanks.

Read the interview with Darren Cullen at VICE.

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