All the things I do.
Life, Thoughts and Crafts.
Utopist. Artist. Thinker. Vegan.
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Drawing churches is a neat thing to do.
This happened today: sitting on roofs.
Embroidery made today.

This blog has accumulated some history.

thehappiestyeti:

I started this blog on January 31st 2011. Since then I made 17.756 posts of which most show art, illustration, graffiti, streetart, sculpture, tattoo art, photography, performance and typography. During hundreds of hours that I’ve wasted on the internet in the last 3,5 years I’ve found and got to know thousands of astonishing artists whose work really impressed me.

Looking for and sharing these works definitely changed my sense for aesthetics as much as it changed my taste. I’ve also grown on this as a person and I think that I can say that my momentary artistic skills as prospective art student result from and rely on these past 3,5 years.

I really hope that my little project here gave something to you all, who are following this blog - partly since the very beginning. Sadly, I’m only in touch with a part of you, but everyone who tells me that he or she appreciates my work, raises a smile on my face. Some of the artists I really look up to and that I was lucky to meet, told me that they know and like my blog which somehow a weird feeling.

But why do I write this? I feel like that most of the artists that I have shown on this blog need some more appreciation and attention which is why I’m going to reblog my favorite works from my past blogging years. I hope you are all down with that.

Feel free to through my archive, there’s a lot to see there:
thehappiestyeti.tumblr.com/archive/

Also check out my personal blog if you want to know who I am and what I’m doing all day:
http://ich-bin-luca.tumblr.com/

Thank you for everything,
Luca

Things are happening on my art blog. If you don’t know it yet, you should have a look.

"My life’s time on this earth is my only penny." -The Streets

I found out that risography is a thing. Seems like I’ve got a new printing technique crush.

miralleserlauben:

He was the music in Breslau.
We had such a bad night in Breslau on our way to Krakau. And on the way back we had 3 beautiful coffeehours of relaxing. Hui.

I am music. I am wisdom. 

Here’s to remember the old Lady in the supermarket, that had hundreds liters of alcohol in her shopping cart and asked me “Monsieur! Vous voulez passez moi?”, which was nice of her but even more fascinating was the fact that she refused to speak a german word but spoke French like we were in the middle of Paris. And surprisingly it worked. I hope she is not trying to find the Eiffel Tower right now.

And then there are days, when you get a text by a prof that you barely know yet from the uni you are going to study at, asking to meet her and some guys from the TV. And some hours later you realize that you might be acting in an upcoming shortfilm series about young students. Life’s magical.

The Bonobo show yesterday really impressed me. When going to concerts becomes a common thing, I tend to take it for granted. But yesterday made me realize how magic it is to see artists creating music to get lost in live in front of you. I should keep this experience somewhere back in my mind.
miralleserlauben:

Krakow.
This was today. Underground Hiphop Jam with a writer contest, Bboys and Freestyles cypher. It feels good to see Hip-Hop as a non commercial culture again.
Interrail 2014.Amsterdam, Netherlands.I think this was the last evening. Walking towards our holiday apartment which was a bit outside of central Amsterdam. 
Interrail 2014.Amsterdam, Netherlands.Vondelpark is full of sculptures and art installations. I found this one.
Interrail 2014.Amsterdam, Netherlands.I found this amazing James Kalinka Piece on the NDSM Werf.