Tuesday, 24 March 2009

televised obama

"democracy is compatible with islam"
all eyes on the geithner plan, or if the government will be the master of its own downfall.
supply and demand sunshine, supply and demand. While they hope $1 trillion dollars will create confidence and reduce unemployment. The gambles of gamble with political capital.
trash for trash

Friday, 20 March 2009


the fastest bestest, spaceship across earthship, black across holes while white along stars, from australia to the moon in 10 seconds flat, no windows on board, just black, black, cos skylon is above and beyond, $kylon cruises, skylon is agamendon with an ultrasonic-gravity-interfering-jet-propelled-wingship-spanning clouds on static mossfloat......

Thursday, 19 March 2009

The face of evil stupidity - to its side the cameroonian prime minister and his DIVA post-destiny's-child-every-woman wife

Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Omar al-Bashir

"Holy fighters are ready to fight
No ICC or Security Council or any other party will change our path or touch an eyelash in our eye
The president of Sudan is not elected by Britain or America. Sudan is an independent country.
The West seeks to create chaos in Sudan similar to Iraq, where the U.S. forces kill women and children, and loot the country planting sedition" ---- Al-Bashir

Friday, 13 March 2009


- Bendayan

Not to be confused with the urban jungle - this neon aesthetic movement has flourished from the cities in the jungles of Peru. Celebrating tropicalism and chaos, contemporary artists have begun to elaborate on an already rich popular aesthetic.

Within the images you are thrown into a world of luxurious fruits, of opulent naked women, of myths and legends, where wild animals appear to feast on the riches of the jungle. Some of the artists say they use Ayahuasca –a Hallucinogenic vine– to provide them with galactic visions.

Painters such as José Asunción Araújo and Christian Bendayan, prior to becoming established artists both decorated discothèques and brothels in the Jungle capital of Iquitos. Initially frowned upon as vulgar the established galleries of Lima and abroad are beginning to take notice.

Currently at the Spanish Cultural Centre in Lima.

- Bendayan

Wednesday, 11 March 2009