There’s only one place you need to go if you’re looking for amazing vacation photos-The Metéora. Included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, The Metéora is an area in Thessaly, Central Greece, where you’ll see incredible natural sandstone rock pillars towering over the earth. Look closely above and you’ll see that these natural wonders have either been carved into caves (thousands of years ago) or turned into the foundation for monasteries.
One place that beats all possible travel suggestions with its unique morphology is my home island Crete. It combines beautiful sea, beaches of a wide range of colors (from pink to black), African rocky landscapes, sand hills, mountains, you name it. It also holds a good 3K of history on its shoulders as the home to the Minoan Civilization (remember Minotaur?). Dead cheap, too. I would recommend Chania town and Elafonisi Beach as first stops.
Hear it here: Six D.O.G.S is (unofficially) the hottest artistic place in Athens. Not only because of the live gigs, workshops, theatrical acts, cafe and DJ sets best experienced by tasting yummy cocktails. But mostly for the great back garden. It’s a unique relaxing place surrounded and decorated by beach sand, small hills, handmade furniture, […]
My work is surrealistic and it’s dominated by figures often seen in colorless or one color background. These figures live in a world of silence, almost always sunk in an emotional depth with pain and agony being the predominant feelings. These portraits show a fragment of the sentimental world these figures live.
My work is surrealistic and dominated by figures often seen in colourless or one color background. These figures live in a world of silence, almost always sunk in an emotional depth with pain and agony being the predominant feelings.
Twelve Greek comic artists have come together to bring more absurdity to this world. They all use the same 4 four-panel format. Now, all you have to do is read while drinking your morning coffee.
Greek firm A31 just completed this sturdy-looking art warehouse for Alexandros Liapis in Dilesi, Boeotia. From some angles, the concrete structure looks like a fallout-proof bunker, but from the front it looks like an open and airy barn, the exterior looking very much like wood.
Occasionally you hear something that puts everything musically into perspective. This time it’s come to me via an unknown, obscure Greek recording artist who lived between 1890 to 1943. Marika Papagika was the quintessential East European Bohemian, performing as a gypsy at cafes around Greece and recording for Victor Records in 1913. But none of […]