Most of the things you see in here were created by my hands or captured by my lenses on my everyday walks, rides, trips, games and exploring missions. NJOY!

Old vintage buddy

I bought this bike from ebay on October 2009, UK.
After a while I bought a new one and I damped it. The new one got stolen. Now I wanna make this old buddy a fixed gear bike and give it its life back! Most of the components do not have a brand. Still, it has a 1976 Huret Eco derailleur and still working perfect. The brakes are French CLB round the same age, so the brake levers.Well it demands knowledge and time to fix it yourself. I thought bikes were made for making your life more simple .. not making you work to earn money to fix your bike. Here in the UK I see so many damped, rusted or broken bikes that people can fix by themselves and use them for free but attempting to get some of them (when noone else does) seemed really intruiging to the police cunts.
Anyways .. everything demands money to be done. So .. lets wait a while for the little prince to make his show again.


It was an amazing experience with awesome shows and lots and lots and lots of new technology gear and equipment! You could ride some bikes and also experience some indoor bike trainers. There were 70 brands and stands to find whatever you wanted or never imagined before. Sorry for uploading a few photos but I wanted to have fun!! 18£ I think is a bit much .. still worth it!


This period I am making some practice on bike illustrations. I think my father was right .. I got obsessed. There are more to come though.

KALIPTIKAL magazine issue #1

Finally, after some months of the mag's publication, I found a store that had it totally new. I am a stickler for books so i wanted it to be perfect! Here it is finally and it worth its money. Well some graff cunts prefer to give 7euros to buy cans hahaha ... Big up to icos and lets wish we will see issue#2 soon. BARNS RIP BONE RIP

big blues night's highlights

A family friend from the blues band called "No Name Band" invited us on their gig show. No words ... just hearing a few 50 years old men laying down the blues law ...