Lost in Translation

The words in this book may be answers to questions you didn’t know to ask, and perhaps some you did. They might pinpoint emotions and experiences that seemed elusive or indescribable, or they may cause you to remember a person you’d forgotten. If you take something away from this book … let it be the realization or affirmation that you are human, that you are fundamentally, intrinsically bound to every single person on the planet with language and feelings.



“We’ll call her Tango … because it takes two to make a Tango.”

Mind the gap

A Pictorial History of the London Tube and Its Graphic Legacy

Educate Yourself

1000+ links - courses
Philosophy courses
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So many books so little time

11 Books You Should Read If You’re A Woman In Your 20s

What the foucault?

Michel Foucault documents

Gimme Shelter

Gimme Shelter: Watch the Classic Documentary of the Rolling Stones’ Disastrous Concert at Altamont

Qualities of Cultured People

Anton Chekhov by David Levine

'Cultured people must, in my opinion, satisfy the following conditions.'


A friendly visual match
between two cities told by

a lover of Paris wandering
through NewYork.
Details, clich├ęs,
contradictions :
This way, please.



Artist Bryan Lewis Saunders takes every drug known to man, draws self-portrait after each use. 

Drawing Mental Illness: Artist Bobby Baker’s Visual Diary

Crime & Punishment Animated

Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky Told in a Beautifully Animated Film by Piotr Dumala

Scary words

10 Novels That Are Scarier Than Most Horror Movies


I don’t have a style

Ok so the question about style is finally over in my life: I don’t have one. I have finally got rid of the pressure it represents to find, define, create and maintain a style: I simply don’t have one, that’s it. I have plenty, that is. I wake up and feel like something, and I base my choices for the day on that. I think of myself yesterday and I can’t even recognize that woman in skyscraper heels, a you-can-only-find-this-in-Rome skirt, and make up on. I haven’t even combed my hair today.

Variety – or inconsistency - is a constant in my life, in all aspects. Music for example: I love The Rolling Stones. I ALWAYS love them. But then, I sometimes LOVE reaggeton. Yes, reaggeton. Especially on Fridays.

Another example: books. Books on my night table at the moment include La Parisienne, Mandela’s autobiography Long Walk to Freedom and Maitena’s Todo Superadas.

I mean maybe this happens to all of us.

Truth is that I feel so free now, like: honey, you don’t need to define your style, just wear whatever you please. Ahhhhhhhhhhh, freedom!!!