Some “Behind the scenes” of my last print “still life with Ikea frame” on ape on the moon.I still have some prints for sale (40 Euro , Free shipment in Europe).. If you want to spoil yourself with some new art for your walls just drop me a line!
sorry about the spam guys , but I can not ignore the fact that my country is about to go on civil war ! I can not shut up to that!
OUR SOLDIERS ARE KILLING US ! THE GOVERNMENT IS SENDING THEIR ARMED GANGS TO SHOOT US DOWN ! THEY HAVE SENSORED ALL MEDIA IN THE COUNTRY! EVEN SHUT DOWN A CABLE CHANNEL FOR BROADCAST THE SITUATION IN THE COUNTRY! WE HAVE NO WEAPONS NOT ANYTHING BUT OUR RIGHT TO PROTEST AGAINST THIS CORRUPT GOVERNMENT! WE ARE JUST STUDENTS FIGHTING FOR OUR FREEDOM! FOR OUR COUNTRY! SOCIAL NETWORKS ARE OUR ONLY COMMUNICATION WAY!
I KNOW I’M NOT A TUMBLR FAMOUS , BUT I REALLY APPRECIATE MY FOLLOWERS , COULD YOU GUYS HELP SPREAD THE WORD? WE NEED ALL THE HELP POSSIBLE!
I’ve been a bit absent due to what’s happening in my country.
young students are fighting for freedom, democracy, security and more…
Some students were protesting peacefully but due to corrupt and dictatorial government some of them have been injured, three of them were killed.
I do hope that these days of war end soon, better sooner than later. I appreciate CNN for being the only channel that has been informing venezuelans, and I also wanted to say thank you to some artists for keeping us in your prayers
*thank you for read this*
VENEZUELAN PROTESTS HAPPENING RIGHT NOW:
Hundreds of Twitter users in Venezuela reporting images are being blocked by their government.
“Twitter Inc. (TWTR) said Venezuela’s government is blocking images on its website, the latest sign of a crackdown after violent protests that killed at least three people in the past week.
Twitter users had been posting their photos of the street demonstrations, providing an alternative to state-run media. It’s unclear if photos are blocked in all Internet providers in Venezuela, said Nu Wexler, Twitter spokesman.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro banned street demonstrations and ordered the arrest of opposition leaders after about 50,000 Venezuelan marched through Caracas to protest shortages of basic goods, creating clashes between protesters and government supporters.”
Guys, I’m Venezuelan. I moved to the U.S. when I was 7, escaping the violence. Our house and my parent’s offices were repeatedly attacked by Chavez’s supporters — my parents joined protests against the government and were targeted.
All of my family is there and they tell me that they haven’t been able to buy milk, sugar, coffee and even toilet paper for WEEKS. This has been happening for over 15 years. The press paints the government in a sympathetic light and is truly sickening. This past decade, the Venezuelan government has made alliances with Iran, China, Cuba and any other socialist/communist governments. My aunt hasn’t been able to find a job and she’s en engineer. Foreign people have taken over and Venezuelans can’t find jobs. It’s not our country anymore, it’s theirs.
Venezuela has more people dying from violence YEARLY than Iraq in the war.
Please spread the word! Everyone must know what’s happening.
'Not everything in Venezuela is expensive, here LIFE is worthless.’
“Every day you may hear about some person you know who has been kidnapped, robbed, pointed with a weapon, hit, stabbed or shot, sometimes to death. Crimes are happening inside shopping malls, schools and universities, houses, parks, and almost any workplace; you can be a target anywhere, any time of the day or the night. To make things worse, most of the crimes goes unpunished, because most of the criminals are being protected by government party.