Almost bedtime for me so let’s see what happened on Friday might when I could stay awake a little longer. I started the evening at Muszi with an art opening by these two fine Slovakian artists, trying out the comfy armchairs, Eva and Ivana. The names are of the artists of course.
The place was still quiet and chairs empty which made up for a good night of testing different ones. For those inclined.
Personally I like to stand.
Since we were in Muszi we went to Bullet’s studio and hung out for a while. Standing.
Budapest’s a great place for those who like to hang around in artsy places. Now there’s one more to add to your list, The Painters Palace on Bródy Sándor. Here are some pictures from the opening last Saturday. Jesse above is one of the founders. If you’re a founder you get flowers.
There were stairs. Only one person fell down. He got up again.
Skirt/Vintage, Sandals/ Skopunkten
Candles. No one was burnt.
A band played
People were dancing
More dancing and holding hands
Pointing fingers. This is Thom the other founder. He had no flowers but looked happy anyway.
A sink if you need a wash
If you like to paint or to look at other people painting, go check out thePainters Palace
One of my favourite signs outside my hair dresser No.33. Now I have less hair on my head but still the same amount on my legs. Meaning the ratio between of body hair vs. hair on my head has changed for the worse.
With my new hair ratio I went to an opening at Puccs
Many people came to look at the heart. See proof below.
Many people who just looked at the heart found my changed hair ratio amusing.
Bullet and the artist Emily and her husband looking at the heart. Some with more hair than others.
The neighbour, Konfeckió kept their doors open for those who wanted to shop for some clothes.
Can you have a heart with no upper body and how does one feel without a head. Makes me happy someone has a worse ratio than me.