Luis Silva: “Saber Tradicional. Desvelando La Alquimia A Través De Sus Imágenes”


Publicado el 16 jul. 2014

Gran Logia Provincial de Madrid – Saber Tradicional. Desvelando La Alquimia A Través De Sus Imágenes – Primera Parte 7-7-2014



Libertad de expresión #combo #StreetArt #Poet



Combo - Femen

Combo – Femen












COMBO, or COMBO Culture Kidnapper, is a French street artist who started by doing graffiti art in 2003 in the South of France. After seven years spent painting from Monaco to Marseille, he moved to Paris in 2010 and became an art director at a major advertising agency. Putting his spray paint cans aside, he then started doing wheat paste.

Combo’s work focuses around culture and visual jamming, as illustrated by his cartoon series[1],[2] in which he manipulates iconic pictures, replacing some elements by others taken from the comics or the video games universe to change these pictures’ meaning according to what he wants to express.

By appealing to generation Y’s pop culture, Combo hits his target at heart and takes it back to the unfairness that makes our world – whether cultural, financial or identity-related.

Combo was “savagely beaten” by “four youths” on 30 January 2015 and suffered a dislocated shoulder after he painted a wall at Porte Dorée near Paris with the word “coexist” where he replaced the “c” with the crescent moon used by Islam, the “x” with the Star of David, and the “t” with the Latin Cross.[3]

Combo Culture

Combo Culture


Work by Combo

Work by Combo




Nach – Leyenda (Audio)

¿Soy Leyenda?  ; ¬*] Los lobos se acercan


Publicado el 3 de feb. de 2015

Music video by Nach performing Leyenda. (C) 2015 Universal Music Spain, S.L.





Grigori Perelman documentary (with English subtitles)



Publicado el 27/3/2014

Grigori Perelman proved the Poincare conjecture and then refused a million dollar prize. He is the only mathematician who has declined the Fields medal.

The subtitles were made by volunteers and are not part of the documentary. If you need them as a separate file:




Posted on September 11, 2012

As New York marks the 11th year since the September 11 attacks on our city, a sort of solemn sadness was evident on the subways and on the streets this morning, or maybe we’re just projecting our own sadness and feelings of loss.  In those days afterward it felt like we had put down our differences and unified in our sorrow and our determination.  We were changed by those events, and are still learning from them.

Now in 2012, news organizations are estimating that 6 billion dollars will be spent during this presidential campaign. “17 angry old white men will wake up and realize they’ve just bought the country,” said Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid this summer. He was referring to our new system that for the first time enables anyone from anywhere to contribute as much as they want to a campaign and do it secretly. Free speech sounds pretty expensive, and we don’t even know who is speaking.





























Gracias a Jaime Rojo


FutureEverything is an award winning annual festival of art, music and ideas, and is the UK’s leading event showcasing and driving emerging trends in new media. Based in Manchester, England, the festival is unique, bringing together world premieres of astonishing artworks, an explosive city-wide music programme, visionary thinkers from around the world, and awards for outstanding art and innovation.

FutureEverything publications include FutureEverything Reports on projects, Festival catalogues, and The FutureEverything Manual.



















Previous editions of the FutureEverything festival (Est. 1995, formerly Futuresonic), archived for your reference. Nb: Flash plug-in required. Some external links from these sites may be broken or out of date.

FutureEverything runs many projects and events year round. A complete archive of past FutureEverything projects will be available here soon.


Graffiti Future Everything Award winner Evan Roth-




PALEIKE [Paleak kalean biltzen ditugu.]

Paleak kalean biltzen ditugu.
Desegin, iltzeak kendu, materiala sailkatu, garbitu, lixatu eta egurra prest uzten dugu lanerako.

Zertarako da altzaria? Norentzat?
Garrantzia handiena erabilerak du, erosoa eta mugierraza izateak, ukimenak… gorputzera ondo egokitzeak.

Gustokoak ditugun egurrak hartu eta kolore eta tamainak nahasten ditugu, forma desberdinak asmatuz.

Diseinua egiterakoan, paletaren itxura kontutan hartzen dugu: orain beste zerbait dira baina iragana beren memorian gordeta dute.

Bukaeran forma guztiak leundu eta borobiltzen ditugu ukitzerakoan atseginak izan daitezen.

Orain zerbait organikoa dira.
Industriatik etxera egin dute bidaia.
Makinatik, gorputzera.








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