Monthly Archives: February 2011

Slaughterhouse, Escher style

Built in the 1930s, now it´s a modernized place with lots of fancy galleries and cafés. I took these photos when Carole took me and a bunch of French guys on a little guided tour during the Chinese New Year. … Continue reading

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Season´s Greetings

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Seur Photograffeur – JR in Shanghai

One more recommendation for the day quickly, before Timi, the blonde-girled hair, comes and we go visit Weihai 696. (More on this art space later.) And more on JR here (Shanghai). And here and now (Los Angeles from February, 2011).

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And Matt is found

Where? Where? Sorry, I´ll stop now, promise. Anyhoo, do you guys remember the ¨Where the Hell is Matt¨ video? Here´s the sequel, in front of Shanghai Science and Technology Museum. The old man (see link to video below) on the … Continue reading

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Happiest Barrack revisited

Massive protests in China? Following the examples of Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco and the others? Nah. Not gonna happen. The undergrass movement of the ever so buzzing and flower-power microbloggers did try to unite, though (the proletariat of the world? Hell, … Continue reading

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Adult Health Comedy of the Day – Red Light Revolution

I walk to and fro school every day and diligently pass by two PG toy shops on the way. One is a run-down shack (on Maoming Lu/Weihai Lu), the other is an already healthier looking corner convenience catered by a … Continue reading

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Invisible Man of the Day

                                                   Viva optical density! Liu Bolin (na li, na li would be too cheap of a joke here but see how universal?) makes Griffin shake in his boots.  Hats off! Now. Close your eyes (now, pliz) and imagine this guy challenged against … Continue reading

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