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Lazy-Crazy-Hazy Summer Interview with Diana Barcsi

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-08-24

Diana Barcsi is a Budapest based textile designer we already featured in our Souvenir Window Shopping section. She founded her brand B!MBA in 2011. Her designs are based on her own pattern collections; firstly animals but also typical Hungarian motives in modern style.  She makes the world’s coolest softies and rattles, textile books, pillows, blankets, […]

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Lazy-Crazy-Hazy Interview with Beatrix Bohony

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-08-23

Beatrix Bohony is a graphic designer and the creator of games manufactured in the Marbushka toy manufactory she co-owns with her husband. They have been making games since 2010, and they are becoming more and popular in several European countries and in Australia as well (because everything they do is beautiful – read more on […]

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Lazy-Crazy-Hazy Summer Interview with Ana-Marija Bujić

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-08-21

Ana-Marija Bujić is a girl with many passions (some of them a bit strange, says ) – languages (English and French, mon amour), writing, cooking, taking photographs, food styling, traveling (not to mention sleeping,  reading, swimming, endless chat-sessions with her girlfriends, having fun with her boyfriend, collecting old boards for photo backdrops and – oh […]

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Lazy-Crazy-Hazy Interview with Petra from Lollobrigida

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-08-16

Petra was born in Zagreb, from 2001 till 2011 she lived in ”beautiful and crazy Budapest”. Graduated at ELTE university, partied all over the city, met many wonderful people and made friends for life. But the craziest and busiest part of her life started when she joined the  Lollobrigida family in 2009. She was working […]

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Happy Birthday Mr Meštrović

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-08-15

130 years ago today world-famous Croatian sculptor and architect Ivan Meštrović was born. Even Google decided to celebrate that fact by changing the search engine homepage doodle today. Besides being called ”the greatest since the Renaissance” by the critics, he was also the first living person to have a one man show at the Metropolitan […]

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Happy Left-Handers Day

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-08-14

”I remember that , when I started school, my teacher tried to make me write with my right hand, because back then it was not OK to be in any way different. That mixed up my brain so much that my violin professor, pissed off that I lost coordination between my violin and the bow […]

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Lazy-Crazy-Hazy Summer Interview with Oliver Micevski

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-08-09

The guy we will be chatting to today is a theatre director and a founder of Theatre on the Roof, English language theatre in Budapest. Oliver Micevski was born in Skopje,  he won several prominent theatre awards, moved to Goa, India during the war in Macedonia in 2001 and worked as casting director at one […]

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Sziget – the Island of TRUE Love

By Petra Tkalcec / 2013-08-09

Back in 1997 (I think) I had a Sziget Love affair, with a guy from the Netherlands as a matter of fact. Back then Sziget was dusty and beer was cheap and bad. Our love story did not turn out to be film worthy, but we are still friends. Saskia from Zimbabwe and Remco form […]

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