Keepers of the faith!

It was sick show!!!!

First time I felt alive
I heard her voice and I knew her pain and strife
I roamed alone, death by my side
Nothing seemed right 'til you came into my life
I grabbed a hold to learn and grow
It was destined that you and I collide
My everything, my sacrifice
And I'll defend you 'til the day I die

Keepers of the faith
I will defend your name
Only true believers remain
The blood, the sweat we gave
Through all my joys and pains
You can't deny the keepers of the faith


"Hardcore is meeting a kid from halfway across the world for the first time and feeling like you have known him or her for all your life. Hardcore is driving eight hours when you are flat broke to see a band most people would say that can't play their instruments and that you can't understand their singer. Hardcore is knowing that your phone bill will kill you. Hardcore is road trips, touring and meeting people.
Hardcore is a teacher. Teaching we are all equal, that colours or sexual preferences don't matter. Hardcore teaches that animals are not ours to kill and to open your mind and question everything.
Hardcore is moshing in your bedroom. Hardcore is energy, emotion and anger. Hardcore is that feeling when I see or hear new band that sends chills down my spine." Scott Vogel/ Terror


"...Boogie does not spare the spectator any social taboos, as he documents the daily struggles of the marginalized people whose lives he infiltrates completely, taking us deep into worlds traditionally closed to outsiders. Whether documenting neo-Nazis or gypsies, police or protesters, or the working class people of Belgrade, Boogie’s work reflects his respect for his subjects, defying the glamorized stereotypes of urban life and revealing the phantoms that haunt the modern metropolis..." Powerhouse Arena

Boogie was born in Serbia and emigrated to the United States in 1998. The author of It’s All Good and Boogie (powerHouse Books, 2006 and 2007), his work has appeared in Cube (Sartoria/Modena, 2003), as well as publications including Time, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Playboy, Vibe, The Source, and others. His clients include Nike, Lee Jeans, Element Skateboards, and Shellac. Boogie lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

Becva #2

Becva time. season 01.02

Alex Fakso

Trains, tunnels, subways, writers lifestyle, secret world of european graffiti. Real heavy metal.
Check - HeavyMetal

stay cold

Alpha&Omega, Bane, TUI. 

Becva time #1

It's cool to be in this school. ITF Horni Becva season 01.01
Cool dudes, pretty chicks, good teachers, cheap beer. Love it!

Moderna - exhibition

Prof. Jadwiga Grabowska-Hawrylak, livin legend of polish modern architecture. 
She made a famous  buildings in Wroclaw, in the communist era. Models are made by my sister Kasia. It was her first great exhibition. Congratulations sis - You're the best.

Estevan Oriol

" I can just take my Canon A1, take the 20, 35, and 50 mm lens, ten rolls of color, ten rolls of black & white, and that’s my crew" Estevan Oriol

Estevan Oriol is a Mexican American photographer based in Los AngelesCalifornia. His work has been featured in dozens of magazines worldwide including Mass AppealThe SourceDetailsVibe, and Rolling Stone. He is affiliated with Soul Assassins
He is also the creative force behind his own eponymous brand, Estevan Oriol, under the Upper Playground umbrella. He is also known for directing the music video for Tech N9ne's Like Yeah off of his album Killer.


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