This text tries to explain that art and vandalism aren't mutually exclusive and that it all depends on the eyes of the beholder.
This blog post discusses the idea behind my stickers that can be found on the streets of various cities around the world.
When I wrote this letter, I was trying to find the silver lining of the COVID-19 pandemic. Simultaneously, I was (and still am) hoping that we won't go back to business as usual when all is said and done. As I haven't found the bright side of the current crisis, I can't help but wonder whether we will change our social, political, and economic systems for the better?
Is hell other people? Jean-Paul Sartre sure thought so. I honestly don't know. Hence, I wrote this open letter to humanity.
The text questions how social media is ruining our minds infographic through unfeathered censorship.
Is there financial corruption at the top of the world? The lack of transparacy and the growing inequality sure make me wonder. Is there a possible cure for the financial hypocrisy of the 1%?
This blog post is a collection of my thoughts, influenced by the terrorist attack in Paris, of which the offices from Charlie Hebdo were the target, on January 7 (2015) at 11:30 AM.
This post discusses some frequently asked questions about Couchsurfing, based on my personal meandering experience.
This letter depicts how frustrated I am with our elected officials and all those in power. We are amidst a global systemic crisis. Yet, business continues as usual. Is this civilization finished?
This article is about my amazing journey to Cuba. While backpacking, I covered a lot of ground on the island and fell in love with the culture, the people and its natural wealth.