I met Robert Doerfler on Instagram a few days ago when I posted a photo of my old typewriter.He “liked” it and, as I didn’t know him, I checked out his account only to find out that he is a typewriter artist, based in Germany. To be honest, I had never heard of this art before, but I spent a good amount of time meticulously looking at his pictures. Then, I decided to interview him.
For creative people with Mon-Fri day jobs, weekends are their only opportunity to unlock their mind and let inspiration in. In this weekend’s quest to find something exciting to drag my creativity away from the norms, I came across Garip Ay’s ebru art.
Bukowski is probably one the most abused poets on the internet. His verses are taken out of context and are quoted by people who can barely understand his capability to decompose the world. You should read Bukowski only after you have dropped your judgemental ignorance and embraced the beauty of raw talent.
After Lisa Roberts approached Greek author Stefanos Livos with the idea of interviewing him, he had no choice but to agree to her reinvention of the usual interview format, which she called a ‘duoview’, where both participants interview each other, in a relaxed and very real ‘chatting-over-coffee’ conversation.
Με το Μιχάλη γνωριστήκαμε μέσα στα χαρακώματα της Πράσινης Γραμμής (λέμε τώρα..) λόγω της κοινής μας θητείας στην ΕΛΔΥΚ. Εκτός από εξαιρετικό παιδί, είναι δάσκαλος σε ένα σχολείο της Φωκίδας, όπου είχε την όμορφη σκέψη να προβάλει στους μαθητές του το φιλμάκι μου “anonimo”*, με σκοπό να δει πώς θα αντιδράσουν βλέποντάς το. Γι’ αυτό Read more