Back in 2015 I was in IFFR (Rotterdam International Film Festival) with my 8-hour movie, Sleep. It was amazing experience. Now after all the years I’m going back. I did the role of cryptomillionaire in Matti Harju’s dabut feature film, Natura. The movie will have it’s world premiere in Rotterdam January 29th and I will be there together with Matti. It’s amazing movie. I wish everyone could join the premiere.
Rotterdam, we meet againUncategorised Posted on Fri, January 13, 2023 23:15:01
20,000,000 Leagues Under the SeaUncategorised Posted on Sun, March 28, 2021 11:30:59
When you go too deep, you’ll find yourself elsethere.
See NFT on OpenSeas.
Atmospheric Diving Suit 2.JPG Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 from Narrissa Spies.
You and me and JupiterUncategorised Posted on Sat, March 27, 2021 23:40:59
My artwork about love – and spinning planet.
When I look in your eyes, I wouldn’t notice if there was Jupiter spinning on the sky.
See it in Openseas.
Saatchi SaatchiUncategorised Posted on Fri, March 05, 2021 20:19:41
Strange thing. I googled myself and found this. Apparently I have created the page in some point, but forgot. It happens.
Youtube hypocrisyUncategorised Posted on Wed, December 11, 2019 07:25:18
It’s a second time when Youtube has removed my videos because of violating community rules. First time it was a video of myself dancing in g-string and the soundtrack was song Fat Ass Fucker by Dragon Speedwagon.
This time it was because of nudity in video “Epic Nude Sax Guy”, which is composed of material from Finnish prime time TV show, “nude date”.
I don’t know what to think. You all know how YouTube is full of sex and drugs and rock’n roll – added with blood, guts, weapons etc. but it was this video of people hanging out nude, that will destroy the souls of American children. Good bless America.
You can see the encored video here.
New Emission Trade ModelUncategorised Posted on Fri, September 27, 2019 11:43:21
This might be a stupid question, but why do we not make it profitable to own and grow forests? The people in Brazil do not burn down the forest for no reason – it is because for them the only way to earn from owning that land is to use it for farming or agriculture.
In Afghanistan etc. for many land owners the way to get their living is to grow poppies for opium production.
When everyone is so concerned about the growing CO2 levels, why do we not make it more profitable to grow, own and maintain forest without the intention to cut it down and sell the wood? Growing opium poppies might be better business than growing trees, but at least we should offer the land owners the opportunity to do the right thing.