• Photo cats

    13 July 2007

    text Nikola Shahpazov, photos Ilian Ruzhin

    When during a euphoric Friday night we found the new episode of the photo comics Cats, we found it a good idea to meet the head of Paper Movie project Milen Antiohov. He appeared to be talkative and very enthusiastic about everything connected to his favourite black and white stories. We talked for a long time, here are some selected episodes.
  • Against the Wall

    4 May 2007

    text Anelia Alexandrova, photos Ilian Ruzhin

    Nast, Nassimo, Nastera or Napalm Graffix are the many names of one of the most talented graffiti writers here. He always hides his face as you see on the photo – he does nothing wrong, but just in case. You have certainly seen some of his works at the NDK monument, some subways, construction sites and facades that are a part of the more colourful and beautiful side of our city landscape. The big news these days is that the first Bulgarian graffiti book has already been published. Guess who is responsible for that?
  • Material experiment

    30 March 2007

    text Mariana Hristova, photos Ilian Ruzhin

    Karbovski needs no introduction and his new provocative project deserves attention. The book Trinity Project written together with his true friends, sharing a common drinking tradition Kalin Terziiski and Angel Konstantinov, is a conceptual sequel of a previous poetry volume. He is frank and entertaining as always, no doubt.
  • Comics Studio

    23 March 2007

    text Nikola Shahpazov, photos Ilian Ruzhin

    Art Line Studio has already surprised us with good comics like Spawn, Sin City and the French issue Bleksed. We decided to get in touch with the owner of Art Line Hristo Kotsev and has good chat about Frank Miller, the quality of French comics books and the future of the Bulgarian ones.
  • Charlie and the city

    2 March 2007

    text Anelia Alexandrova, photos Ilian Ruzhin

    There is no way you don’t know who Radoslav Parushev, a.k.a. Charlie, is – unless you are not interested in reading the young and fast Bulgarian literature, lifestyle magazines or… often visiting the Bilkova bar. After the Neverbeunhappy (2004) and the novel entitled Pursuit (2005) the corporate lawyer has recently published his new volume of stories. The book Project Gigamono again includes stories from the meetings and ghosts sneaking in the city heart – so be very careful because “every man is everybody, you know”.