I love this song so much


searching for equality


There is something that has been bugging me about love. To me love is something that is in every one of us, it is universal, you can find it in so many ways and in so many things.
It is about taking the time to understand and accept someone or something. It means a beautiful connection to me.

What makes me sad from time to time is when I experience inequality. In a lot of situations I see that people think about love in a hierarchical manner: committed monogamous heterosexual relationships come first, everything else after that.

I think any type of connection can be worthy and appreciated, regardless of how many people are involved, how long does it last, is it committed or not, genders, sexualities, age, race, anything.

I really wish that more people would recognise the beauties and values in relationships other than committed monogamous heterosexual ones.
How amazing and valuable is the love that you can feel for yourself? Which will accompany you for your whole life. Or how amazing can be a few weeks long relationship which maybe opened your eye in a lot of ways?

what I saw from Italy so far

art, travel


This is a drawing I received as a surprise, an artist sent it to me, called Yassin. I like this style very much, it is simple but captures well a characteristics of someone.



drawings and color collection


I had the most awesome idea today, I want to make a freelance space out of my apartment. When I’m here at home, it would be an open space for other freelancers and when I’m away it would be rentable.
I’m experiementing with more abstract styles, I really like now the type of drawing where you mix up different elements that you see around you, this is what I tried today at Massolit.
I started collecting colors, whenever I see something that has a great color I put in my collection, so far I collected parts of plants.

art update


I’ve been drawing a lot lately and I started to use A3 papers, experiment with more mediums, techniques and styles. To me art is always a search. It’s an expression of whatever I’m feeling and experiencing at the moment and a search of how to express that. The more I think of this the more I get the feeling that nothing I do is an end result, but an inevitable side effect of my attempts. Sometimes it can look as an end result, but really it is more like an incomplete state of something filled with imperfections. In an interesting way because of this I see beauty in everything that has been created with a good spirit and motivation regardless of technical skills or actual characteristics of the creation.
I am turning 25 next month and I totally did not expect it to make any impact on me, because nothing is really changing in any aspect of my life. I plan to continue the same things I am doing right now, maybe dig a little more into them. But it just got me, I felt this change in my perception and self-image. Nothing changed in my way of thinking, but my focus shifted from self discovery to actualization.
I don’t know how but Lena Dunham is always telling exactly the story I need at the moment. I love how she is showing everything that is wrong with ourselves and our lives but at the same time she is making me so excited about living.