A Paris run. Hurry!

Landing safely. Butte-aux-cailles, Paris 2018. (Now you can walk at leisure) Vodka Lab. 11e Arrondissement. On my way back from the Klimt Exhibition. Opening hours did not fit my schedule. How unfortunate. The adventures of Panama Joe. In front of the Louvre. Orangina is a unique French orange drink. The flea market at Saint-Ouen. See…

Pot-cinquante-pourri-seven

Spock and Scotty just came back from their fishing trip in 19th century Scotland. Spock is delighted and now rolls his R’s as a true Scot. All set and ready to explore the time-space continuum. Fasten seat belts. Scotty? Engines running? Spock? Ready to hop? (Above: the day of the Dead, Tlalpan, Mexico, 2017.) JUMP!…

A Paris walk. (Not again?!)

Thoughtful. Up the towers of Notre-Dame. Don’t do it, it’s cramped, and the security mesh they’ve put impedes any decent view or photography. The above is a victory of Photoshop. See the original further down below. Vintage. My brother’s lair, Paris, around the corner from Impasse Satan. My brother is getting vintager and vintager every…

La street (art) c’est chic.

Broussaille and Catherine by Frank Pé. Brussels. c. 2015. I don’t only break hearts. La street c’est chic. “Quail-hill”, Paris, 2018. Raffles Hotel, Singapore. 2018. The Raffles is a symbol of Singapore. Much to our dismay, it was closed for remodeling. Have to go back. 🙂 Stamped. Paris. 2018. How many stamps (real stamps, mind…

Klimt’s lights. Cont’d

Previously on Equinoxio: L’Atelier des lumières (The Lights workshop) in Paris has put together a revolutionary presentation of Klimt’s (and Schiele’) art using light and technology. Above: “Kuntsschau Wien, 1908”. Kunst means Art. I suppose Schau means Show? (Help us out, our German or German-speaking friends). Fasten your seat belts. We are going back 110…

Another day in Paris…

“Don’t make my blue eyes brown…” Or is it the other way round? Latin Quarter. 2018. A Dino Fiat at the flea market in Saint-Ouen. (See Midnight in Paris). This little red thang was built in 1969. A thousand units. It really is a Ferrari disguised as a Fiat. Engine by Dino Ferrari, son of…