Sculptured art on my way one year later – meet Skopje

Last year I traveled to Prague and found quite interesting sculptured art made by David Cerny.  This year I took the trip to Macedonian capital city. Skopje is known by thousands of sculptures and monumental architecture.

Let’s check what sculptured and sacral architecture art I met on my travel to Zagreb – Osijek – Skopje -Belgrade – Linz – Vienna.


Franjo Krežma, statue in Osijek.

Franjo Krežma was compositor and violin virtuous.  Sculptor: Vanja Radauš (1967.)

After the restoration, the sculpture is equipped with the contemporary audio system playing  Krežma’s music.

Among the most famous sculptures in Osijek are August Cesarac, known as “City Walker”,  afterwar installation The Tank and Fićo, People ( known as Group of Citizens), Pablo Picasso statue and Miroslav Krleža.

Every mentioned sculpture is work of Croatian artists glorifying other important historical personalities or moments.  Interesting fact about the sculpture made by Ivan Sabolić says that this is the only sculpture presenting Pablo Picasso standing out of painters native country, Spain.


Contemporary legend says there are more sculptures in Skopje than alive citizens.

Found the buddy on the “Artists bridge” but have to move on…

Soon I am flying to Austria. Tend to add some more photos from Macedonia.

Also, check  Instagram because this is not even nearly all from the city of sculptors. Skoplje. How do you like it?

It`s October; beer time. Meet Daphne Guinness

The honorable Guinness

Due to October premise in Europe – October fest and similar beer festivals around the continent- Guinness heiress and outstanding fashion figure crossed my mind. Guinness?Daphne Guinness!

Daphne Guinness - Wizard
Daphne Guinness – Wizard

Considering her self an artist. She is designers muse. Couture collector. A singer.  A fashion designer. She is Daphne Guinness –  the eccentric heiress of Guinness brewery.  A remarkable figure, an eternal inspiration for fashion.

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Vetements “Post Soviet Fashion” is the biggest trend

Demna Gvasalia – artistic director of Balenciaga and Vetements collective head designer is one of those who shape the world of fashion.

Demna Gvasalia Vetements / Balenciaga
David Sims photo

If you do have any interest, at all, in fashion business you already know everything about Balenciaga. And if your interest is real, you know something about Demna Gvasalia, too.  At least you know that Demna is young Greogian designer shaping the world of fashion in multiple ways. Bringing some new disorder in the fashion world, confronting old/new systems in fashion. Continue reading “Vetements “Post Soviet Fashion” is the biggest trend”

Ferragosto Jam – fotopriča iz Rijeke i sa Rječine

Rijeka photocollage
Rijeka photo collage

Započeti godišnji u Rijeci, hm… iako je, apsolutna preporuka posjetiti trsatsku gradinu. Baš na današnji dan, osim ako Vam je isključiva namjera sudjelovati u  obilježavanju blagdana Vele Gospe, bolje je preskočiti zbog velike gužve…ali samu gradinu ili “Trsatski Kaštel” svakako vrijedi posjetiti. Sa Kaštela, koji je jedna od najstarijih srednjovjekovnih utvrda Primorja, pruža  se kolosalan pogled na cijeli  zaljev i na Stari grad.

Ono što nemojte preskočiti je djir po Korzu, Molo Longo, Stari grad.

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Splash of festival style on Seasplash music festival

I was asked, once, what would I pack if I would have “five” minutes to do it. This time packing for the Seasplash music festival in Fort Punt Christo near Pula was something like that. Besides few essentials like the tent, hammock, gas bottles, head lamp, drinking water, teeth brush, food, beach towel and few other things needed for camping…this is what I packed, beside my survival toolkit:

Festival fashion, seasplash
Summer trends, straw Fedora hat,Seasplash festival fashion, Fashionbourg style

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