Monday, August 31, 2009


This is my friend, Timus. She attended her cousin's wedding yesterday in this beautiful dress [watch the shoes as well]. I liked the mood of these pics so much that I asked her to let me post them and she agreed. Nice, isn't it? hehe:)

Btw, thanks, and Sztrapacska forever!

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Egy kis világzene

Mai zenei ajánlatom a Napra, egy budapesti zenekar, aki a népzenei stíluselemeket elektronikus, akusztikus hangzással vegyíti. Igen, igen, elég sokan alkalmazzák ezt a stílust mostanság (Folk Error, Folkfree, Kerekes Band, Goulash Exotica, Yava, Anselmo Crew és még biztosan vannak néhányan), ami nem gond, sőt, nekem kifejezetten tetszik. Szóval heejj, itt egy kis Pici ház.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Upcoming concert

On the 11th (or 10th?*I saw both dates for Cluj) of September I hopefully attend a Dub FX concert in Cluj. He's an aussie guy, a real street performer with an original concept of beatbox/trip hop/a'capella, I think it's worth seeing him doing his art :)

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Not the latest, not the newest

Today was the day of my latest photosession with some of my latest findings and not only. The postproduction process has started, the new photos will be posted this week, until then here are a few snapshots from another photosession and something to listen to. Enjoy.

[Photos by Peti]

Sunday, August 23, 2009

This week's favourite album> Bonobo: Days to Come

Did you know that Bonobo is an endangered ape found only in the Democratic Republic of the Congo? Interesting choice of name for British musician Simon Green. The other day I came across (again) upon this album from 2006 and I just couldn't help myself but listening to it whenever I felt a bit gloomier than usual. And I must admit that my favourite songs from the album are those in which Bajka's beautiful voice appears (Days to Come, Nightlife, Walk in the Sky). Her voice is as soft and tender as a tasty as a bunch of purple grapes, you can even feel the warmth of sunshine in it. Well, I googled Bajka for some infos and I found out that she's a poet as well. She was born in India, grew up in Portugal and South Africa. I think her voice also stands for this mixture of cultural background. I'd really love to read her poems, too.

By the way, a new photosession begins next week, I'm looking forward to it, I hope I can share the most beautiful photos of late summer impressions with you.

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Thursday, August 13, 2009

I love your shoes, Felix!

Lajkó Félix (on the left) is a talented hungarian violinist and zither player from Serbia, playing some crazy, often improvised melodies, creating a unique musical experience by merging classical music with jazz, rock and folk rhythm. Not only Félix composed music for Mundruczó Kornél's movie- Delta (won a FIPRESCI prize in Cannes in 2008) but he played the role of Mihail in it. Great, great movie with beautiful images and the tragic presentation of ties between people and nature and people.
This is a picture taken at the 61. Annual Cannes Film Festival that I like so much for Félix's red shoes and Tóth Orsi's (on the right) black Balenciaga composition (not so much her shoes, though...).
I'm not sure yet who I'm supposed to add a video here, until I find out, I just copy-paste the link, some swell music: Félix accompanied by a zither and Rúzsa Magdi on the stage.